Fat burning diet?

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Ridley
February 25, 2013 - 10:41 am
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What is the best diet plan for the natural fat burning?
Some people say raw veggies diet is a good diet for the fat burning and weight loss.
Is it right?
Should I take the fruits and vegetables in raw form or in juices or shakes form for getting the better results for the weight loss?


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Ridley
February 25, 2013 - 10:41 am
What is the best diet plan for the natural fat burning?
Some people say raw veggies diet is a good diet for the fat burning and weight loss.
Is it right?
Should I take the fruits and vegetables in raw form or in juices or shakes form for getting the better results for the weight loss?


BPDchick
February 26, 2013 - 9:27 am
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raw vegan is seriously one of the best ways to possibly eat, it's just a little difficult to do so. I would avoid the juices and shakes unless just after exercise - the lack of fiber won't leave you feeling full for very long. raw whole foods is the way to go - very low fat, moderate carb and protein in the form of fruits and vegetables, and lots of water (1 liter a day at least). If you find raw vegan a little difficult, feel free to mix in some lean animal protein such as plain/simple fish/chicken. the worst thing you can do is eat processed foods - a good general rule of thumb is to avoid stuff that comes from packages... eat things as close to their natural state as possible.... don't focus on low calorie processed foods (anything "diet" or "sugar free"), focus on raw whole natural fruits and vegetables with some whole grains (quinoa, farro, etc.) thrown in for good measure.


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BPDchick
February 26, 2013 - 9:27 am
raw vegan is seriously one of the best ways to possibly eat, it's just a little difficult to do so. I would avoid the juices and shakes unless just after exercise - the lack of fiber won't leave you feeling full for very long. raw whole foods is the way to go - very low fat, moderate carb and protein in the form of fruits and vegetables, and lots of water (1 liter a day at least). If you find raw vegan a little difficult, feel free to mix in some lean animal protein such as plain/simple fish/chicken. the worst thing you can do is eat processed foods - a good general rule of thumb is to avoid stuff that comes from packages... eat things as close to their natural state as possible.... don't focus on low calorie processed foods (anything "diet" or "sugar free"), focus on raw whole natural fruits and vegetables with some whole grains (quinoa, farro, etc.) thrown in for good measure.


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Nikol
May 6, 2013 - 2:20 am
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Diet play important role whether you want to loss weight or just enhance your fitness routine. Keep track of your food intake, notice which food group you need more. Preferably eat green veggies and fresh fruits. Drink more water, it fasten weight losing process. Avoid eating fast foods.

http://www.isaacbefitlife.com/...


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Nikol
May 6, 2013 - 2:20 am
Diet play important role whether you want to loss weight or just enhance your fitness routine. Keep track of your food intake, notice which food group you need more. Preferably eat green veggies and fresh fruits. Drink more water, it fasten weight losing process. Avoid eating fast foods.

http://www.isaacbefitlife.com/...


Dexternl
May 28, 2013 - 10:48 pm
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Well Fats on body are very common in the world these days. When you have plenty of fast and oily food, to eat and you can't live without these then there is a possibility of an increase in fats into your body that is why many health researches and studies has proved that junk foods, are not healthy for our body and cause an obesity as well.


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Dexternl
May 28, 2013 - 10:48 pm
Well Fats on body are very common in the world these days. When you have plenty of fast and oily food, to eat and you can't live without these then there is a possibility of an increase in fats into your body that is why many health researches and studies has proved that junk foods, are not healthy for our body and cause an obesity as well.


Dexternl
June 5, 2013 - 5:47 am
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Well Fats on body are very common in the world these days. When you have plenty of fast and oily food, to eat and you can't live without these then there is a possibility of an increase in fats into your body that is why many health researches and studies has proved that junk foods, are not healthy for our body and cause an obesity as well.
http://www.brienshamp.com/


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Dexternl
June 5, 2013 - 5:47 am
Well Fats on body are very common in the world these days. When you have plenty of fast and oily food, to eat and you can't live without these then there is a possibility of an increase in fats into your body that is why many health researches and studies has proved that junk foods, are not healthy for our body and cause an obesity as well.
http://www.brienshamp.com/


artista
June 5, 2013 - 10:06 am
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Check out DIET 101THE TRUTH ABOUT LOW CARB DIETS. It is the best diet book I have ever read. It is based on peer reviewed research and compares low carb diets to low fat and high carb diets. Very informative.


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artista
June 5, 2013 - 10:06 am
Check out DIET 101THE TRUTH ABOUT LOW CARB DIETS. It is the best diet book I have ever read. It is based on peer reviewed research and compares low carb diets to low fat and high carb diets. Very informative.


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