Fat-Burning Foods Shed The Quarantine

Asparagine an amino acid that helps the body store energy in muscle instead of fat, as well as fructooligosaccharides—diuretics that encourage weight loss, according to studies.

Asparagus

One medium avocado has about 15 grams of fat, but don’t let that number deter you. In addition to antioxidants, copper, magnesium, manganese, niacin, and riboflavin

Avocado

Beans—especially white and kidney beans—contain resistant starches, which can potentially increase the amount of fat used for energy and prevent

Beans

A 2009 study suggests blueberries, in particular, may affect genes that regulate fat burning and fat storage, possibly due to their high levels of antioxidants and anthocyanins.

Blueberries

Studies also suggest it can boost metabolism and reduce water retention, and its melatonin content encourages the burning of fat.

Cardamom

Chili peppers contain a chemical compound called capsaicin, which, in addition to relieving chronic pain, may also speed up metabolism, improve digestion, and curb appetite.

Chili Peppers

It can lower blood pressure and cholesterol, as well as increase insulin function and metabolism thanks to its antimicrobial and antiparasitic properties.

Cinnamon

Okay, coffee’s weight loss benefits may only work temporarily but numerous studies have nevertheless concluded that caffeinated coffee can increase your metabolism by 3-11%. Interestingly

Coffee

The yolks contain metabolism-boosting nutrients that may help reduce both body fat and bad cholesterol. Plus, they’re low in calories and high in protein

Eggs

Some of the best sources of vitamin D are fish, including salmon, tuna, cod, herring, and sardines. That’s key because vitamin D intake has been linked to weight loss in recent studies.

Fish

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