How Eating Your Veggies Will Help You Lose Fat

Vegies to help boost your metabolism The Liquid Amino Diet is based on a low calorie diet that allows for lean proteins, veggies, and fruits to lead to a quick and permanent weight loss. Fruits are loaded with antioxidents that help your body function more efficiently and lean proteins are the main support for our muscles. But what about the vegetables? Vegetables are beneficial to your health and should be included in every person’s daily menu – whether you are dieting or not; they’re packed with phytochemicals, antioxidants, vitamins and fiber.  Every health organization (including the American Heart Association; the American Cancer Society; the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; and the USDA) all have the same message… Eat More Fruits And Vegetables!  It is common knowledge; we’ve known it ever since we were young, yet 90% of Americans do not consume the daily-recommended amount.

Eating high fiber vegetables will improve your digestion, leave you feeling full and will help to stabilize your blood sugar levels.  When planned into every meal, veggies will dramatically reduce the number of calories that you consume, reduce your body fat and protect against diabetes and heart disease.

When you’re trying to lose weight anything that will increase your metabolism is extremely helpful.  It’s your metabolism that determines how many calories you’ll burn and how many you’ll store as fat. Eating your veggies is an absolute MUST if you want to speed up your metabolism.  Leafy green vegetables, like spinach, are some of the most effective metabolism boosters.

The balanced menu of the Liquid Amino Diet protocol includes all your fruit and vegetable servings for the day and will help you lose weight and create balance in your body. If you have further questions, the health coaches are available at 1-800-980-7208.

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