In order to reduce body fat, you should eat a healthy and balanced diet and, if possible, eat metabolically stimulating foods. A nutrition plan
can help you achieve your goals.
Make sure that your diet contains less simple carbohydrates, such as those found in white flour products or sweets. Instead, use wholesome, preferably unprocessed foods that provide your body with valuable fibre, vitamins and minerals. This includes whole grain products and fresh fruit and vegetables. These foods keep you full longer and support your bowel function. A total of 50-60 percent of your daily calorie intake should consist of complex carbohydrates
Your musculature consists to a large extent of protein
. Therefore, it is important that you consume enough protein. Proteins satiate, promote fat burning and help to build muscle. Meat as a protein source, however, often contains large amounts of fat itself – not exactly conducive to weight loss. So put either lean meat like chicken on your diet or vegetable protein sources like pulses, nuts, lentils and peas. Your protein intake should be around 15-20 percent of your daily calorie intake.
The choice of beverage also plays a decisive role in fat burning. water
supplies your body with many minerals, promotes digestion, supports detoxification processes and stimulates the metabolism. Ideally, you should drink a glass of warm water or a cup of unsweetened tea right after getting up. This fills the stomach and reduces your hunger.