You burn calories naturally without even moving a muscle to keep your organs and body fed for fuel. You could be in a coma and still burn a certain amount of calories because your body is always working. You must find your BMR, which is the amount you burn without doing absolutely nothing, then keep to that or a little higher if it’s under 1200 calories
A gentle yoga routine to help you relax before bed. Watch the full video here.
Almonds: a study show that people who ate one serving of almonds per day eliminated more pounds than those who consumed heavy carbs
Oats: it’s high in fiber, so it helps keep the feeling of satiety throughout the day. Just half a cup of oatmeal has 4.6 grams of resistant starch healthy carbohydrate that stimulates metabolism and burns fat
Chickpeas: 1/2 cup has 2 grams of resistant starch. It’s is also a great source of fiber, protein and healthy fats
Blueberries: famous for its anti-aging effects, a cup of blueberries (blueberry) has only 80 calories. The fruit also help keep the body satiated for a longer time with the intake of 4 g of fiber
Broccoli: cooked or raw, this vegetable is known to prevent cancer. A serving of broccoli has only 30 calories and even help combat excess weight
Brown Rice: a half-cup portion contains 1.7 g of resistant starch, carbohydrate that stimulates healthy metabolism to burn fat. Moreover, it has low density and provides enough energy, ie it satisfies even with fewer calories
Pear: a portion of this fruit can provide up to 15% of the recommended daily amount of fiber. One study found that women who ate three pears a day consumed fewer calories and lost more weight. Do not peel the fruit as it is the shell that contains lots of fiber
Lentil: it is a great source of protein and fiber. Therefore, helps provide satiety. Half a cup of lentils gives 3.4 g resistant starch, carbohydrate healthy, which stimulates fat metabolism
Grapefruit: even if don’t change anything in your diet, eat half a grapefruit before each meal can help you lose up to a pound a week! The fruit contains a substance that can decrease insulin, a hormone that helps store fat. It is also a good source of protein, as has about 90% water in its composition.
If you hate squats but love butts…..
I get lots and lots of questions about my diet and skin routine, and I realized I kind of snack on healthy foods sometimes and here are some of the things I eat to keep my skin clear and stuff!!! c:
1) Stair Run
You don’t even need the gym for this one! Running up and down stairs is not only good for the gluts but it can also help you to burn calories quick. For my weight, running up and down stairs burns about 150 calories for every 10min. Click hereto calculate how many calories you can burn in a stair run.
2) Sprint Intervals
We all know running tends to burn a lot of calories. But if you throw in sprinting intervals, that’s where the real burn begins. Science shows that sprinting can burn up to 200 calories per 2.5 minutes. So next time you only have 20 minutes to get in your run, think about how much calories you could burn if you did sprint intervals.
3) Jump Rope
Go a little old school on your workout and grab a jump rope. Jump roping at a brisk pace can burn 120 calories+ per 10 min. Click here to calculate how much you could burn in a short period of time.
Boxing is an intense full body workout. Got a little anger stored up? Punch out your feelings while burning those calories off. Boxing burns around 225 calories for 30 min (based on 130 lbs weight).
Swimming is already a great cardio workout that is easy on your joints. Rev up the speed & throw in sprinting sets and you got a quick way to burn a lot of calories. Vigorous swimming can burn up to 340 calories per 30 min. So next time you’re trying to cram in a workout, getting wet might not be a bad idea.
Burn those calories!