Wedding Diet Food | Food for Weight Loss 3
This is Part Three in the Bridal Weight Loss Nutritional Tips Series (Foods for Weight Loss). Please click for Part One and Part Two.
These tips will most helpful to brides-to-be working on losing a few pounds before their wedding day. In fact, continuing to use their bridal weight loss nutrition tips even after your wedding will ensure that you maintain your ideal weight!
11) Using Tomatoes for Bridal Weight Loss
This fruit contains vitamin C and citrimalicoxalic acids, which revs up one's metabolism.
Tomatoes also help the kidneys remove large quantities of fatty deposits.
To top it all off, these fruits only contain 32 calories, and are an excellent source of dietary fiber, which improves digestive health and encourages weight loss.
To incorporate tomatoes into your wedding weight loss diet plan, simply add them to your salad. Or make tomato soup.
12) Using Cayenne Pepper for Bridal Weight Loss
This particular pepper can curb one's appetite and increase one's metabolism by 20 per cent.
Moreover, the main ingredient in cayenne pepper - the capsaicin - helps the inhibition of fat cell growth and reduces hunger.
To incorporate tomatoes into your wedding weight loss diet plan, you can add them into stir-fries, or in creamy potato gratin.
13) Using Horseradish for Bridal Weight Loss
The benefits of this little-used ingredient should not be underestimated. Not only is it very low in the calorie-counter department - just 6 per teaspoon, it also can dissolve the fat inside your cells. Coming from the same family as wasabi, it has a spicy taste, which has been proven to curb appetites.
To incorporate tomatoes into your wedding weight loss diet plan, try smearing it across your steak sandwich, or scooping a bunch of it onto your fish pie.
However, do note that people with stomach disorders should avoid consuming it. Due to its overpowering flavor, it can sometimes upset your stomach.
The above is Part Three in the Bridal Weight Loss Nutritional Tips Series (Foods for Weight Loss). Please click for Part One and Part Two.
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