Weight Loss Tips & Secrets

Weight Loss Tips & Secrets


Best Vegetables For Dieting

The best vegetables for dieting are the ones that have the least calorie density. The most important thing is to eat them in combinations with lean protein and good dietary fat.

Once your body completely digests and utilzes them, there are no more calories left, and this is why they are sometimes even called “negative calorie foods.”

Here is a complete list of the best:

asparagus, beet root, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, celery, chicory, hot chili, cucumber, garden cress, garlic, green beans, lettuce, onion, radish, spinach, tomato, turnip, zucchini

The best approach to long term weight loss is to create a small daily calorie deficit.

This can be accomplished by consuming your daily maintenance calorie intake, and making sure that your meals consist of food that makes your body burn as many calories during the digestion and utilization process.

If you consume only the best vegetables for dieting by themselves you will be in a large calorie deficit and your metabolism will eventually start to slow down to compensate for this deficit.

Your body can’t function properly when it does not get the fuel it needs. This is one of the major mistakes made when trying to lose weight.

Low calorie dieting will always backfire and should be avoided at all costs.

The reason for this is very simple: as soon as your body senses that it is not getting the daily calories it requires to function properly it will trigger its mechanism and start to burn your muscle to slow down its own calorie burning.

Since muscle is a metabolically active tissue and your organism must expand energy (calories) to maintain it, burning its own muscle is the way your body slows down its daily calorie burning abilities.

This is one of the main reasons why low calorie diets do not work in the long term. Once your metabolism slows down, what was once maintenance now becomes a calorie surplus.

Once you go off the diet and start eating normally you gain all the weight back, plus a few more pounds because your metabolism is not working as efficiently as before you started the low calorie diet.


Updated: January 22, 2014 — 2:55 am

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