Seed diet, speed up metabolism and burn fat

Seed diet, speed up metabolism and burn fat

With the diet of seeds speed up the metabolism, burn fat and eliminate the sense of hunger without losing energy

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Tasty and rich in properties, the seeds are ideal for speeding up the metabolism and losing excess weight without effort.

This food is indeed a real cure for our body. It increases the sense of satiety thanks to the presence of fibers and minerals, in addition it reduces water retention and allows you to lose weight in a short time. On the market there are many varieties of seeds, each with specific characteristics. Hemp seeds, for example, are rich in proteins and amino acids, they also contain 40% of fiber, ideal for improving the functioning of the intestine and decreasing the feeling of hunger.

Sunflower seeds, on the other hand, are perfect for improving digestion. Within them we find folic acid and vegetable fibers, but also vitamin E, copper and selenium which help prevent heart disease. Nutritionists recommend taking sesame seeds daily. Considered an excellent source of calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc, they improve blood pressure, promote circulation and lower cholesterol.

Finally, do not give up pumpkin seeds, perfect to deflate the belly and eliminate superfluous fat, chia seeds, antioxidants and perfect for regulating blood sugar levels, and flax seeds, an excellent source of Omega6 and Omega3.

How does the seed diet work? Just insert this food into your daily routine to enjoy great benefits. The dose recommended by the experts is 20 grams per day. You can use the seeds to dress your salads, add them to soup, yogurt or herbal tea. In this way you will get your fill of fiber, iron, protein, calcium and omega 3.

At breakfast, enjoy a plain yogurt with Chia seeds, a seasonal fruit, a cup of green tea or a coffee. At lunch, savor a soup of carrots with pumpkin seeds and wholemeal bread croutons, while at dinner enjoy grilled chicken breasts seasoned with extra virgin olive oil, herbs and flax seeds.

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