You want to get a little bit thinner, but you don’t want to start a drastic diet. There are some foods you can add to your daily menu without a doubt.
Yoghurt: Low fat and fat free yoghurt contain at least 20 % of the daily portion of Calcium the organism needs. The minerals hold up the forming of cortisol, a hormone, which provokes amassing fats in the tummy area.
Kiwi: One big kiwi contains about 85 milligrams of vitamin C. We daily need even less for the normal forming of carnitine, a compound, which transports the fats to the mitochondria, then they help for their dissolving during exercise.
Potatoes: Just like the bean plants, the potatoes also have starch, which stimulates the body to burn more intensively the fats. Starch can also increase the secretion of compounds of peptic hormones, which result in decreasing the appetite.
Avocado: It contains monounsaturated fats, the so called, useful for the body fats, because they don’t absorb and amass. If the metabolism is slow, though, you won’t accomplish big results for the time desired. But you can speed the metabolism up a little with 3 cups of green tea.
Blueberries and raspberries: They are amongst the best antioxidants. They help improving the blood flow and transport of the oxygen to the cells. With more oxygen in the muscles, you can train harder and more often. If you add a glass of milk with 2 spoons of cocoa, making muscles will be more successful and long-term.