A menu containing monounsaturated fats will help you slim down by reducing abdominal?fat.? Great sources of monounsaturated fats that also contain antioxidants are olive oil, fiber in avocados, and B-vitamins in macadamia nuts.
EpiGalloCatechin Gallate or EGCG is an antioxidant found in green tea (and in most weight-loss supplements today). EGCG increases body heat production by burning extra calories and using stored fat as energy. Research also shows that EGCG can halt the growth of new fat cells. The greatest weight loss comes with the caffeine found in green tea.
Ketones are an antioxidant found in raspberries that?help burn?fat. ?Raspberry ketones can increase the production of adiponectin, which is a fat-burning hormone that energizes muscle as well as burns stored fat.??The best way to get?ketones in your diet?is to take a concentrated raspberry ketone supplement.? This product?is available in most?health food stores.
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is one of the two omega-3 fats found in oily fish like salmon. DHA can stop the?growth of?newly formed?fat cells.? The way to add more DHA?to your diet is to?eat more oily fish or take a fish oil supplement. Vegetarians can?take an algae-based DHA supplement?and reap the same benefits.
Acetic Acid found in vinegar has potent glucose-lowering effects.? About one tablespoon of vinegar to a meal as a salad dressing, can? decrease blood sugar levels.? Chocolate balsamic vinegar?can?be added?to a chocolate smoothie.
Protein Amino Acids??found in lean beef, poultry, fish, dairy, or soy are the ?heavyweights? for achieving ?lightweight? status.
A Specialty Care Services?home care?nursing professional can assist?with?preparing meals?for their patients that can be healthy and delicious .