Negative Calories Foods: The More You Eat, The More Weight You Lose

Did you think that not eating and avoiding junk food is the only way to lose weight? Well it’s not! You can also lose weight by eating the correct food. This type of food is called the negative calories food.

What is a negative calorie balance?

The type of food that needs more energy to digest then it contains is the negative calories food.

What food is that?

It is the type of food with with low glycemic index, and a high percentage of fiber.

These are fruits, vegetables and healing plants. They speed up the metabolism and the production of enzymes, and it that way they trigger the body to spend the accumulated reserves of fat.

Vegetables that are recommended: asparagus, green beans, beets, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, radishes, cucumbers, peas, Chinese cabbage, leek, lettuce, chicory, spinach, tomato.

Fruits that are recommended: apples, blackberries, cranberries, grapefruit, lemon and lime, raspberry.

Spices and herbs are recommended: cinnamon, cloves, chili, coriander, flaxseed, garlic, ginger, onion, parsley.

[AdSense-A]Eating these foods will have great benefits on the entire body. These are some of them:

  • Improves the metabolism
  • Increase energy levels
  • Stabilize blood sugar levels
  • Improves digestion and cleansing of the colon
  • Clean the liver, making digestion of fat more efficient
  • Prevent inflammation in the body
  • Reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood
  • Improve the concentration
  • Mitigate stress, anxiety and depression
  • Improves sleep
  • Makes the skin younger, renew hairs and strengthens nails

Important: If you want to achieve best results, it is necessary to eat at least 2 pounds of the above mentioned food daily. Always eat it fresh and unprocessed.

Blending it is allowed only if the food is eaten immediately, but only blend the raw form of the food or shortly boiled.

Also, these foods should not be eaten together with oil, high-calorie foods or sweets.


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