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Foods for weight loss

The right food can help you eliminate the cravings for late night snacks and snacks in between meals. By adding certain foods to your diet, it will easier to stay slim and healthy without going on a weight loss diet plan.

Round or loin cuts of beef. In a recent study, women that included round or loin cuts of red meat in their diet, lost more weight than those who ate just the same amount of calories and little beef. Look for cuts of beef that are round or loin. After round and loin cuts of beef are trimmed and cooked, they will only contain as few as three grams of fat per 3-oz., which can be easily worked into a low-fat diet.

Eggs. Eating eggs for breakfast will make you feel more fuller so that you won't feel the need to eat more during your next few meals. Eggs contains less than 90 grams of fat and good sources of protein, iron and vitamins A, D, E and B12. When buying eggs, choose eggs from hens that are free range, anti-biotic free, and fed organic food.

Whole grains. Whole grains such as wheat germ, Quinoa, steel cut oats, flax, millet and barley are great sources of food for weight loss. Whole grain will help boost your health because it contains many vitamins and antioxidants. Whole grains are also filling, which can help you in your goal to loss weight because your appetite will decrease.

Goji berries. Goji berries contain nutrients that will help you curb your craving for food in between meals. Nutrients found in Goji berries helps convert food into energy instead of storing it as fat.

Apples Everyone knows an apple a day will keep the doctor away. Apples contain fiber, vitamins, and minerals and are low in calories and fat.

Yogurt. Yogurt helps you curb the need for more food by keeping blood sugar level steady.

Avocados. Avocados can help lower your insulin level, which will make it easier for you to lose weight. Avocados contain a carbohydrate called mannoheptulose that helps lower insulin secretion, which in return, makes it easier to loss weight.

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