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This is one of the themes that is always in vogue, knowing what to eat to achieve the goal of losing weight ...

DATE: July 2020
AUTHOR: Rui Madeira | Health

RM Trainer stresses right now, that food, however healthy and correct it should always be accompanied by an active lifestyle with the practice of regular physical exercise.

According to the opinion of several nutritionists in an article from MH there are some foods that can facilitate the weight loss process, namely:

- OATS: contains more protein than any other cereal. It is rich in beta, a soluble fiber that regulates sugar levels.

- AIPO: it is a vegetable garden with diuretic properties and also very rich in water, dietary fiber, B vitamins, vitamin C and mineral salts such as iron, in addition to having a low caloric content.

- LEGUMINOUS: white beans, chickpeas or lentils, when eaten in the right amount can be excellent allied to weight loss. It has great satiating power.

- RED FRUITS: in addition to the low caloric value, they have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that allow to protect the body against external aggressions.

- AVOCADO: it is still a caloric fruit but it is a good ally in weight loss due to its high content of fiber and fat, which promotes satiety, controls appetite, regulates intestinal transit and reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

- THERMOGENIC SPICES: the warm and stimulating properties of ginger are beneficial for fluid retention and swelling in the stomach area. Cinnamon will be a good weapon against cravings.

- FRUIT RICH IN FIBER: pear, apple or plum are good options to help you feel more satiated. In addition, they are a healthy and economical snack. Do not exceed three pieces daily.

- DRIED FRUITS: monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are excellent in preventing cardiovascular pathologies, which are very associated with being overweight. In addition, they improve cholesterol levels.

- WHITE MEAT: turkey is a good example of this type of meat, being rich in protein and low in fats. White meats, if made with low fat, can influence the regulatory centers of appetite in the brain.

RM Trainer constantly faces questions from its customers about what to eat before and after training, what foods to avoid, etc. Obviously, the specialization is in the training area, however it will be essential to educate customers on a food level as it will always be a complement to training and will be preponderant in obtaining results! As such, it is hoped that this article has helped to give some ideas.