As well as other peppers like jalapenos, cayenne peppers produce body heat and increase the heart rate, resulting in the burning of fat for energy. Studies have shown that these peppers can also decrease appetite and slows the growth of fat cells.
Adding this spice to your coffee, tea, or snacks adds flavor and has been found to lower blood sugar levels.
Best in its raw form, ginger is known to increase metabolic function, suppress the appetite, and improve digestion by relieving an upset stomach.
Lemons, limes, and citrus fruits add fibre, flavour, and vitamin C to your diet without extra calories. You’ll feel fuller longer and your blood sugar will be better regulated throughout the day.
Berries and Apples
These fruits regulate energy levels. Because they are water based and high in fibre they also help satisfy your appetite.
Fresh wild salmon (not farm raised) contain essential fatty acids, a key nutrient for overall health.
Adding a few cloves of garlic to your meal has been linked to lower blood sugar levels.
Snacking on a handful of raw almonds will help build muscle and keep you full with protein, fibre, vitamin E, and magnesium.
Full of vitamin B12, protein, and animo acids, eggs help build muscle and burn fat.