20 Fat Burning Foods (That Taste AMAZING!)
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Today I’m giving you guys something new and different that can make your diet more enjoyable and easier to stick to so you can easily burn more fat.
Now, even though I can simply list out 20 healthy fruits and vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, and grapefruit, that won’t really do anyone any good.
And there are already tons of videos out there that are like that. Everyone already knows to eat broccoli and to eat a high protein diet.
Instead, I want to give you guys something that will actually make your diet more effective and more enjoyable for both your body and your tastebuds.
When you’re dieting a lot of times it might feel like you can’t eat anything that you really like or anything that doesn’t have a bland boring taste.
But this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are certain foods, snacks, and condiments that can make a cutting diet way more enjoyable, and more importantly, it can make it sustainable.
The 20 foods that I’m about to go over are by no means magical. So eating them won’t burn off the pie of pizza you ate 3 hours beforehand.
However, they will help satisfy your hunger, and they’ll taste good without driving your daily calories way up.
The first food is a perfect example of this and its pickles. For some reason, most people don’t know that pickles are extremely low in calories.
A whole cup of pickles only has 17 calories and one medium-sized pickle only has about one gram of carbs.
Having a couple of pickles throughout the day can help fill your stomach up and can add a little bit of unique flavor to your diet.
There are even brands that offer bread-and-butter Spears with no sugar added and they have a sweet taste while only costing 5 to 7 calories per spear.
The one thing that you do want to be careful this is salt. Pickles are loaded with sodium which can make you gain weight.
However, whenever I’m cutting I personally don’t care because it’s only going to add water weight that can easily be flushed out later,
but they’re still going to help fill you up and burn fat. There’s also plenty of low sodium varieties available if you’re concerned about water weight.
Next, we have sweet and spicy tuna packets. These are really awesome because not only do they taste delicious but they also have an excellent protein to carb ratio.
One packet contains 16 grams of protein and only 4 grams of carbs. That’s a four-to-one ratio of protein to carbs guys.
This is excellent especially since it’s such a portable source of protein. You can make it very quickly if you’re hungry and you can take it with you on the go.
And like I said it’s actually delicious even if you don’t like tuna I recommend that you try the sweet and spicy variety.
The same company also makes other flavors Like ranch, herb, and garlic, and lemon pepper to name a few.
And most of them are just as great if not better. For example, the ranch version only has one gram of carbs for 15 grams of protein which is even more amazing.
Another high protein snack that you could take with you on the go that actually tastes good is chicken jerky and beef jerky.
Even though both are definitely not as good as fresh chicken or beef when comparing it to other snacks its macronutrient profile is one of the best.
Caveman’s buffalo-style chicken jerky only has 70 calories with 12 grams of protein and only 3 grams of carbs per serving.
Jack Link’s makes its original turkey jerky with very similar macros. And of course, Jack Link’s also makes beef jerky but the original beef jerky only has 11 grams of protein and 6 grams of carbs which is about a 2 to 1 ratio of protein to carbs instead of the 4 to 1 ratio that the chicken and turkey varieties have.
However, they recently released a sugar-free beef jerky which only has one gram of carbs for 15 grams of protein.
That’s a tough high protein snack to beat. Just keep in mind that other flavors like Teriyaki and sweet & hot will contain more sugar.
So, if you could get your hands on the sugar-free one that one is by far the best.
Next, let’s go over some condiments that’ll add flavor while helping with fat loss. Mustard only has 3 calories per packet or per teaspoon with only 0.3 grams of carbs.
Frank’s Red Hot…you can still put that stuff on everything even if you’re dieting because it has virtually zero calories.
Horseradish sauce is another great one it only has 6 calories per tablespoon. Salsa only has four calories per tablespoon.
And there are a lot of things that you could add salsa to …to spice up your meals.
Heinz reduced Sugar ketchup… this only has one gram of sugar and 5 calories per tablespoon.
Soy sauce…. is a staple in my diet because it goes so great on rice and it contains only nine calories and about 1 to 2 grams of protein per tablespoon.
And again if you’re concerned about sodium there are low-sodium varieties.
There’s also Bragg’s Liquid Aminos which tastes very similar to soy sauce but the major difference is that it’s not fermented and it’s gluten-free.
You can also use sriracha and of course vinegar. So those are a couple of condiments that can really spice up your meals for very few calories moving back to food if you love peanut butter you’ll love PB2.
PB2 is a dehydrated form of peanut butter. So, it comes in a powder form and you have to add water and mix it to turn it into peanut butter.
The great thing about PB2 is that it has 85% fewer calories from fat than regular peanut butter does.
So, if you haven’t tried it you’re probably assuming that it tastes gross but I have tried it and I like PB2 even better than regular peanut butter.
And it’s really a great trade-off because 2 tablespoons of natural peanut butter will cost you about 200 calories while 2 tablespoons of PB2 will only be 45 calories.
So, PB2 is something that you can use to add flavor to your protein shake or you can simply eat a few tablespoons right out of the bottle without freaking out about
how many calories you’re having. If you haven’t tried it and you like peanut butter definitely give it a shot.
Guys, I really hope this video has helped you out like I said I could have easily just listed out some fruits and vegetables and said that there zero calorie foods and called it a day but I figured I’d give you guys something that’s new and that you can actually apply and use to make fat loss a little easier.
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