Weight loss is, at times, a common topic of conversation. Celebrity chefs, television shows,magazine articles, TV ads, and even your friends or families might talk about it. So how does it work?
Your body uses carbohydrates, proteins, and fats for fuel for energy. If your body eats too many of these, it has the ability to store some fuel to use for later. If it stores up too much, and your body fat storage increases, you may want to learn how to lose excess body fat.
The basic formula is simple: eat a little less, exercise little more, or a combination of both.
But are there combinations of foods that might make it easier for the body to burn fat, or store less fat?
The science points to “not likely.”
The key to managing body fat and health involves finding a viable fitness plan and matching it with an appropriate-for-you eating plan. A diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains