South Amer­i­can soup in­gre­di­ents that slim!

Woman's World - - Natural Health -

Av­o­cado Just 1/3 of an av­o­cado “gives you 11% of your fiber for the day” and a hearty dose of belly-flat­ten­ing pre­bi­otics and mo­noun­sat­u­rated fats, says Vil­la­corta.

Chicken “No nu­tri­ent is more sat­is­fy­ing than pro­tein,” says the pro. Pro­tein also revs calo­rie burn 35% dur­ing di­ges­tion and builds me­tab­o­lism-boost­ing mus­cle. Pur­ple po­tato Stud­ies show an­tiox­i­dant pig­ments in the spuds lower blood sugar. They’re also rich in re­sis­tant starch, a pre­bi­otic

found to boost fat-burn­ing 20%!

Leeks Ex­perts say this cousin of the onion hap­pens to be one of the top sources of pre­bi­otic fiber that Mother Na­ture has ever cre­ated.

Beans An­other amaz­ing source of pre­bi­otics—and stud­ies show beans’ fiber helps them in­crease full­ness more than meat!

Corn Ja­panese re­searchers say an­tiox­i­dants in all yel­low pro­duce help raise lev­els of a belly-flat­ten­ing hor­mone called adiponectin. Cilantro With just one calo­rie, a quar­ter cup of cilantro pro­vides 16% of the RDA for vi­ta­min K—a nu­tri­ent proven to pre­vent weight gain in post­menopausal women.

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