Calorie burning foods
- Celery, 75% water, 25% fibre and roughage. Easier for your body to digest as a snack or part of a meal. The fundamental mistake modern society makes is adding cream cheese or normal cheese with the celery which in fact degrades the benefits of the wonderful food. Celery is high in vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin K. Being high in anti-oxidants it has good properties in the health of the cardiovascular system decreasing the chance of hardened artery development. The fibre itself has benefits of promoting regular bowel movements thus boosting the efficiency, flora and fauna of the digestive system.
- Watermelon is a very vibrant popular fruit, with a very low calorie count and is a great addition to any healthy meal or snack. One of the main reasons water melon so good for you is that it a rich source in vitamin B as it impacts on increased energy without the need of eating more food. Another benefit of water melon as nutritionists are finding due the high content of fibre and proteins is that it may have a increased effect on metabolism as compare to other fruits. Recent evidence suggests due the melons high source of lycopene an antioxidant that has the potential of fighting against cancers of the colon, womb, breast and the breathing system.
- Tree of life Broccoli has a very high fibre content thus helping you stay fuller and satisfied longer between meals. Its an effect immune booster aiding in the fight against pathogens and well as a source of selenium, beta-carotene and zinc are all bio-active components. Meaning they are in vitro radical-scavengers attacking pathogens. Helping to keep you healthy
These super calorie burning foods may have a positive effect as part of a virtual gastric band and exercise regime for a weight loss programme delivered by Nick Parmar from www.fusiontherapy.co.uk