Updated: Dec 13, 2020
5 Steps for Burning Fat
Drink 100% cranberry juice or cran-water. Cranberries are high in organic acids that act as digestive enzymes. The enzymes work to gobble up little fatty deposits that get stuck in the lymphatics. Mix a day’s supply of crab-water with 8 oz. unsweetened cranberry juice and 56 oz. of water.
Consume your omega-3 fatty acids. These target tummy fat. Fish oil is one great source. Take 6g, which is an overflowing tablespoon, or eat salmon or mackerel twice a week. Also chomp on chia. This ancient super seed is high in protein, is a good source of 8 vitamins, has calcium and is a high source of antioxidants.
Make monounsaturated fats another priority. MUFAs are omega-9 fatty acids that became important components of the American Heart Association. The Association recommends people replace trans and saturated fats with MUFAs. Cook with coconut oil. Eat macadamia nuts, avocados and olives.
Sip lemon or lime juice in hot water daily. You should be doing this already! These both invigorate the liver and help to liquefy fat, which aids in flushing it from your system more quickly. Getting enough water in general is important. Mild dehydration can cause your kidneys to call on your liver for help, reducing the liver’s ability to burn fat. This can lead to fat deposits, often in the belly.
Eat thermogenic spices to rev metabolism including cayenne and ginger. Consume cinnamon as well as cloves, coconut oil, and cardamom to stabilize blood sugar.