What is one of the healthiest foods to eat?!
Broccoli is, and I happen to love it--it's about 30 calories a cup, chopped. Citrus fruits are good because they contain Vitamin C--oranges have around 70 calories a piece and a grapefruit is around 110 calories.
Here are some superfoods that burn fat:
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Beef. A 3 oz portion of beef round roast contains 180 calories, 9.2 grams of fat, 60 mg cholesterol, 30 mg sodium, 0 carbohydrates, 0 fiber and 23 grams of protein. Chuck roast contains 150 calories, 9 grams of fat, 75 mg cholesterol, 31 mg sodium, 0 carbohydrates and fiber, and 23 grams of protein. Sirloin tip roast contains 181 calories in a 4 oz. serving, plus 7.5 grams of fat, 65.9 mg cholesterol, 35 mg sodium, 0 carbohydrates and fiber, and 26 grams of protein. Rib roast contains 202.3 calories per 3 oz., and 11.4 grams of fat, 0 carbohydrates and fiber, and 23 grams of protein.
Eating roast beef contributes to your daily amount of protein and B vitamins. Eating one portion per day provides almost half of the recommended protein per day. One serving of roast beef contains only about 14 percent of the daily recommendation for fat, leaving room for other fats in your diet.
Roast beef contains several B vitamins, which bring health benefits including better moods, increased alertness and more energy. Eating roast beef puts these vitamins to work in your system. When you do not consume enough B vitamins, you may have to consume a B-vitamin supplement.
Humans do best on a balanced diet: some meat, some veggies, some fruit, cut limit processed grains and sugar.
Oh, and that's not even including the little, tiny minor fact that almost half the fat in beef is monounsaturated fat....just like the fat in olive oil!
Try Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) instead of rice, pastas etc.
It's one of the new super-foods of the moment and is one of the few vegan-safe sources of all 8 essential amino acids. It has numerous vitamins and minerals. A typical serving is 50g (dry), which swells up to about 120g when cooked and provides around 165 calories. It is the highest amino acid containing grain and thus has much less carbs and calories.
Most fruits and vegetables, salmon, tuna chicken