Superfoods That Reduce Abdominal Fat

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Yogurt

Not only did yogurt help the study participants lose more weight–the average weight loss was 13 pounds–they were about twice as effective at maintaining lean muscle mass

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Fish

ish is a high-quality protein that can help with weight loss. "Most fish are generally considered a lean source of protein.

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Soybeans

Soy is a nutrient-dense source of protein that can safely be consumed several times a week, and probably more often, and is likely to provide health benefits," says Harvard Health

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Green Tea

Green tea contains no calories and can help burn fat. "Tea itself is great because it has antioxidants," dietitian Teresa Fung, Sc.D., tells TODAY.

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Avocados

Studies show avocados can help with weight loss. "Researchers added half of an avocado to the subjects' lunch meals and found that they felt fuller over a longer period of time and had less of a desire to eat.'

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Eggs

The fat and protein in eggs make them a great snack or meal. "The nutrient profile of eggs also yields itself to provide greater satisfaction at a meal, meaning it can help with satiety, which is great for those trying to lose weight.'

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Berries

Berries are low-sugar and packed full of antioxidants. "No matter the variety of foods you eat, healthy diets should try to incorporate five servings of fruit and vegetables each day.

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Almonds

Almonds are high in protein, fiber, and unsaturated fatty acids, which may contribute to their satiating properties and help explain why fewer kilojoules were consumed.

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Chili Peppers

Chili peppers contain capsaicin, which is shown to help boost metabolism and burn fat. "Capsaicin helps increase your core temperature, increase metabolism, and helps burn calories faster,.'

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Broccoli

Broccoli is a filling, satiating vegetable packed with antioxidants. "Broccoli is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family.'

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Don't Drink Sugar

The fiber in wholegrains helps you feel full, and a 2017 study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggested that switching from refined grains to whole grains could cause a "modest increase" in resting metabolism.

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