Burn Fat By Eating Spicy Food

A clinical research team at the Penn State University have just confirmed what has been thought for many years. Lacing your meals with spices such as paprika, cinnamon and cayenne pepper can have a profound effect on your waistline and help to burn excess body fat.

The average western diet contains an alarmingly high portion of fat and carbohydrates and increase our risk of obesity, heart disease and some cases, type 2 diabetes.

Although these food types are essential as they provide our body with fuel need for energy, too much and the calories consumed that are not needed are converted into fat and stored for latter use.

As this process is an almost ongoing process some of us cannot ever seem to brake the cycle and our fat reserves either keep consistently topped up or increase over time.

Adding Spices To Food Reduces fat Levels By Around A Third

When we eat a high fat content meal our levels of triglycerides are increased. Triglycerides is a type of fat found in our blood. Adding spices to a meal reduced the amount of triglycerides produced by around a third.

Many independent studies and reports by many of the world leading experts in the field of nutrition and nutrition based diet tend to agree on this.

For most of us the word ‘Diet‘ tends to conjure images of sacrifice and eating much less. Dieting does not ultimately have to involve eating a much smaller portion but rather eating sensibly.

Adding spices to your main meal of the day just could be an ideal way to actually start that diet that you have always intended to start.

There is no better time to start than right now.

Cayenne pepper in particular is considered to be one the most effective fat burning natural substances. It is an acquired taste and one that is certainly worth acquiring.

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