The Most Weight-Loss-Friendly Foods On The Planet -DesignBump

Whole Eggs

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While eggs were once feared in terms of being healthy due to high levels of cholesterol, it seems the times have changed. Recent studies have shown that eggs don’t negatively impact cholesterol and in terms of weight loss, they are one of the best foods to eat. Thanks to being high in protein and healthy fats, eggs will help make you feel full longer without worrying about calories.

Dark Leafy Greens

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When it comes to weight loss, research has found 80% is dependent on your diet with 20% being relegated to exercise. Dark, delicious leafy greens like kale, spinach, and Swiss chard are perfect if you’re looking to give your weight loss a boost! Loaded with fiber and low in calories and carbohydrates, we suggest using these greens to bulk up your meals so you feel full with less!

The Key to Successful Weight loss 

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One of the keys to successful weight loss is watching your daily sugar intake. With the obesity rate rising in the United States to as high as 37%, people are consuming more sugar than ever. But what if we told you that you could enjoy the sweetness of a candy bar without the negative health benefits?

Introducing…NEOH! A delicious protein-packed alternative to your favorite chocolate treats that provides you with the taste of a candy bar in the form of a protein bar with only 90 calories and 1 gram of sugar! Designed over the course of three years in Vienna, Austria by Manuel this crossbar is perfect for those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth without sacrificing their weight loss progress.

For more information on this delicious and nutritious bar, click here.

Salmon

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While salmon may be a fatty fish, it’s very healthy for you. With its high abundance of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and other crucial nutrients, salmon should be a go-to source for meal ideas. The abundance of iodine is also a great benefit because it helps with thyroid function, which in return regulates the metabolism.

Broccoli 

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Definitely one of the most popular vegetables, broccoli is an easy, cheap way to consume your recommended daily serving of veggies and lose weight. Thanks to being high in fiber and protein, you can feel fuller longer, consume fewer calories and have an easier time shedding those extra pounds.

Lean Meats

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Over the past decade, meat has gotten a bad rap from PETA as more people become vegan. However, meat does have its place as far as weight loss is concerned. While processed meat is quite unhealthy due to nitrates and high levels of sodium, organic lean chicken and turkey is a perfect source of protein for those looking to drop a few pounds. Studies have shown that increasing your daily protein intake can help cut unhealthy cravings by up to 60%!

Um…can someone pass the chicken, please?

Give Your Weight Loss Plan a Flavor Boost 

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Sometimes losing weight and sticking to.a diet can be a real chore, but with Neoh you don’t have to sacrifice flavor when you’re shedding the pounds! Everyone should be able to satisfy their sweet tooth without guilt and this bar is the perfect solution. Taking the benefits of a protein bar and combining them with the flavor of a candy bar, you can lose weight and build lean muscle easily without spiking your blood sugar. Plus, with 8 grams of muscle-building protein, this is the perfect snack for after hitting the gym!

Cottage Cheese

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While you have to be careful when it comes to dairy products, cottage cheese is actually an excellent choice thanks to its high levels of protein. It also contains very little fat and carbohydrates. We suggest slicing up some fresh fruit to enjoy with it. Then you’re getting some fresh alkaline foods in your diet along with your protein.

Avocados 

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Chock full of fiber, potassium and super-healthy fats, avocados are a great addition to any salad or sandwich. One of the more unique fruits in existence due to its high-fat content, this is the perfect solution for turning your body into a fat burning machine.

Apple Cider Vinegar 

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Several studies have discovered that apple cider vinegar is beneficial when it comes to weight loss. According to one long-term study, people consumed on average 300 calories less per day when they took a shot of apple cider vinegar with each meal. While it might not taste the greatest, the results are worth a bit of puckering.

Nuts

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Many people avoid nuts when they are trying to lose weight due to their high-fat content, but in reality, nuts make for a great snack. Thanks to a healthy balance of protein and fiber, nuts are the perfect midday snack to keep you full between meals.

Whole Grains

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You may have heard to stay away from grains, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Whole grains like brown rice and quinoa are incredibly healthy and offer up high doses of fiber and some protein. Oatmeal is also a great grain source thanks to being loaded with beta-glucans which have been known for speeding up the metabolism.

Chili Peppers

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Peppers are actually an incredible food for weight loss thanks to containing capsaicin, which research has found reduces appetite and increases fat burning. Although, it’s important to point out that people who eat spicy foods on a.regular basis won’t benefit from the effects.

Grapefruit

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The direct impact of grapefruit on weight loss has been the subject of multiple research studies and the results have all been the same: the fruit simply improves the body’s ability to burn fat. By eating a half of a fresh grapefruit before each meal, you can lose 3.5 pounds more weight in 12 weeks than someone who doesn’t.

Chia Seeds 

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Considered to be one of the healthiest foods on the planet in terms of nutrition, chia seeds are one of the best sources of fiber you can consume. Swelling up to 11 times their size when in the stomach, chia seeds turn into a gel-like substance that helps you feel fuller longer. They are great for making chia puddings and smoothies!

Coconut Oil 

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Coconut oil is all the rage these days. It contains healthy fatty acids and medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are known to keep you feeling fuller longer. Coconut oil has also been studied in terms of burning body fat, and when paired with a low-carb diet people consuming coconut oil daily tend to lose more weight.

Yogurt 

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Another dairy source that is good for you, yogurt contains probiotics that help improve digestion and reduce inflammation of the gut. Yogurt can also help against leptin resistance, which is one of the main hormones that trigger obesity.

Lemons 

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Research has found that lemons, just like grapefruit can aid in weight loss. An amazing all-natural detox agent, drinking lemon water daily has been shown to improve digestion, alkalize the blood, and aid in hunger.

Green Tea 

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Delicious and refreshing, green tea has been linked to weight loss for decades. Research has found that the rich blend of antioxidants and minerals make green tea the perfect beverage for someone trying to shed a few extra pounds. Some studies have even found that green tea improves the fat burning functions in the body. Where can we get a glass, stat?

Don’t Sacrifice Flavor 

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When it comes to losing weight, building muscle and improving your health, eating right is important. You want to include healthier foods in your daily food intake; however, you shouldn’t be stuck eating vegetables and yogurt 24/7. Thankfully, with Neoh, you can enjoy the great taste of candy without any of the guilt. And better yet, it’s perfectly versatile. You can cut it up and add it to your yogurt for a delicious condemnation-free parfait, while still losing weight and building muscle thanks to its 8 grams of protein. Too good to be true? No way!

We promise if you try it, you’re going to wonder how you lived without it.