fat fighting foods
This is our fifth and final entry in the fat-fighting-food series. So far, we have identified apples, beans, dairy, as well as nuts and seeds as the food items which help rid the body of the excess fats.
We’re on to our third entry in the fat-fighting foods series and the next item on our list is nuts and seeds. Nuts and seeds are a great source of fat-fighting protein and dietary fibers. A two-ounce serving of peanuts, for example, contains 4.5 grams of dietary fiber.
We are onto our fourth day in the fat-fighting foods series wherein foods that help get rid of the excess fat in your diet are featured. Among the many food items that we have identified so far, this one is my favorite: dairy.
For those of you who missed the start of our fat-fighting foods series, this is the second post for my list of foods which help you do that exactly: fight fat.
I recently stumbled upon an ad for an e-book which promises to provide readers with a list of “fat-fighting” foods which you can actually eat, instead of avoid. The result is that the foods that you will consume will be actively fighting the fat on your diet. This is especially helpful for those who are tired of looking for ways to reduce the food on their plate in order to shed off those excess pounds. I decided to have my own list of fat-fighting foods and this is what I have come up with.