Ten Great Foods for Losing Fat
Nothing says summer like having a nice backyard barbecue. Chicken is a great source of protein to have with your veggies when cooking outside. Grilled is one of the healthiest ways to eat chicken too. It is packed with about 20 grams of protein per serving and should absolutely be included in your fat loss diet.
2) Turkey Burgers
Every serving has around 100 calories and is packed with muscle fueling protein. Have it in a whole wheat bun for a nutritious hot summer meal.
3) Corn on the Cob
You can cope with your chip addiction by choosing corn on the cob for a healthier snack. It is a good source of vitamin B1 and foliates as well as low in calories.
This great fruit should be added to your fat loss diet not only because it has some antioxidant power but it also goes great with turkey. It can help fight against stroke, heart disease, and cancer.
It is obviously not a fruit but it is worth having on this list. I need to make sure you get your eight glasses to avoid dehydration especially when it is very hot outside. Water cleans out your body and burns eight calories of fat for every cup you chug.
There is nothing like having a good slice of watermelon on a hot summer day. Did you know that 90% of watermelon is water? It is a very tasty way to stay hydrated on a long summer day. It is also a great source of vitamin A and vitamin C. Lycopene is found in the fruit which helps protect against cancer.
This fruit is also a great source of vitamin A and vitamin C. There is only 56 calories per serving. So you should have no trouble adding this to your fat loss diet.
8) Red Grapes
Once you try these you will not be able to resist. This delicious fruit has about 100% of your daily vitamin C needs. For about 65 calories per cup you get a great source of antioxidants and vitamin A. By incorporating red grapes into your fat loss program you will feel more energetic and satisfied.
9) Sweet Potato Fries
A small sweet potato has about 50 calories and is packed with fiber and vitamins and minerals. Every serving has about two grams of fiber. They are also rich in B vitamins, vitamin C, and Potassium. It is great as side dish with lean steak on a hot summer day.
This is one of the greatest fruits of the bunch. Wild blueberries are one of the richest sources of antioxidants that really help the body protect against cancer. There is about five grams of fiber for every cup of blueberries. Not a bad choice when trying to get something to throw in your pancake batter for breakfast.