Great Ways To Burn Calories

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Introduction

How would you like to burn calories all day long, even when you’re resting? Our bodies burn calories, but there is an art to burning the most calories possible. Therefore, calorie-burning is both an art and a science.

How to burn maximum calories while you move, sit, and even while you sleep! You can burn calories all around the clock by using the tips presented below .Are you ready to find out how can we burn calories.

Substitutes for Butter

Butter and margarine have developed an unhealthy reputation due to their saturated fat and trans fat content. Olive oil is a great savoury substitute. Buy a flavoured olive oil (like roasted garlic or red pepper), pour it into a sealable tub, and refrigerate it overnight. The next day it will have a margarine-like consistency and will spread easily on bread. Vegan spreads like hummus (made from chickpeas) and tahini (sesame seed paste) are delicious substitutes and can be found in most grocery and health food stores.

How to Remove the Fat from Cheese

Cheese is delicious, but many people avoid it because of its relatively high fat and calorie content. Cheese contains saturated fat, which can harm your heart and arteries if you eat too much of it. These cheeses provide all the flavour with a fraction of the fat. If you have full-fat cheese in a recipe, try heating it up in the microwave and then draining off the oil. The oil is liquefied fat, and getting rid of some or all of it will reduce the fat content in the cheese.

How can Water Suppress Your Appetite

Water is the absolute best fluid to hydrate the human body. It helps our organs function better, keeps our joints supple, and can even aid you in your weight-loss efforts. Here’s a good water trick to suppress your appetite: Drink a glass of water before every meal. The fluid will help your stomach feel fuller faster. Water can also take the edge off of your hunger since thirst is often mistaken for hunger. Take a couple of bites of food, and then put your fork down to drink a couple of swallows of the water. You’ll be satisfied more quickly, and the extra fluid will help your body digest the food more efficiently.

Smoking and Drinking Makes You Go Fat

A lot of people smoke because they think it curbs their appetite. While this might be a temporary side effect, nicotine actually acts as a stimulant. Instead of relaxing you, it puts more stress on your body. This triggers the release of the stress hormone cortisol. The presence of cortisol encourages your body to store fat around the midsection, a particularly unhealthy place for extra kgs to accumulate. Likewise, drinking alcoholic beverages can contribute to fat storage. The sugar in alcohol causes your body to release insulin, rapidly dropping your blood glucose level and making you hungrier.

The Vitamins for Burning fat

The B vitamins help your body metabolize the food you eat, turning it into energy rather than storing it as fat. Taking B vitamins will result in a higher level of energy and could speed up your weight loss. Calcium is an important part of weight loss. People who consume more calcium lose more weight. Make sure your multivitamin contains at least 100% of your daily calcium requirement, or drink 3 glasses of low-fat milk each day. Vitamin C has recently been labelled a fat-burner as well.

Green Tea

Many weight-loss supplements contain green tea extract, and green tea has been considered as a healthy drink that can help you burn fat. Green tea can help you burn more calories in different ways. First, because green tea contains caffeine, it acts as an appetite suppressant. The caffeine content can make you more active. And while working out, the caffeine in green tea can keep your heart rate up for longer periods of time. If you substitute calorie-free green tea for sodas and creamy coffee beverages, you can save a lot of calories and still get your caffeine fix.

Ginger

Ginger stands out as a popular fat-burner. It’s true ginger does act as a vasodilator. It opens the veins and promotes better blood circulation. This could increase the body’s metabolic rate by pumping more blood to the liver, which metabolizes fat. Ginger also soothes the stomach and can promote more efficient digestion. If you need to satisfy your sweet tooth, try sucking on a small piece of candied ginger.

The Truth about Negative-Calorie Foods

Are there actually foods that contain negative calories? While all foods contain a positive number of calories, many dieters like to fill up on foods that are high in fiber and low in calories and call them negative-calorie foods. The reasoning is that it takes more calories to digest these foods than the foods actually contain, leading to a net loss of calories. Celery, oranges, tangerines, lettuce, cucumbers, strawberries and carrots are some of the most popular negative calorie foods. These foods will fill you up and leave you with a small calorie deficit.

How to Order when Eating

You don’t need to give up your favourite restaurants just because you’re on a diet. All you have to do is learn how to dine out the smart way. First, skip the bread basket as bread is dense in carbs and calories. Second, look for stuff like grilled fish or chicken and have steamed vegetables on the side. Avoid sauces made from butter or cream, and ignore the deep-fried foods altogether. Such splurges are fine for special occasions, but if you eat them more than once a week, it can lead to weight gain. Finally, be aware that most restaurant portion sizes are out of control.

 

While the above article guides you to eating healthier, there is no substitute for customized professional advice given by a qualified nutritionist. We urge you to speak to your personal dietician or if you need help, contact a nutritionist at Qua Nutrition.

You can contact us at 080 3232 9292 or log on to www.quanutrition.com to Book An Appointment.

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