Losing weight is very difficult process, especially for the female gender which is endowed with certain body areas that are particularly hard to slim down like the belly, hips and thighs. The lower body in women is mostly affected by build-up of fat and mostly as a result of unhealthy diet and lack of physical activity. Therefore, we recommend you the ideal breakfast that will help in losing all that excess fat and as well as provide you with valuable nutrients for the upcoming day.
The use of this breakfast recipe will accelerate the work of the body’s metabolism and thus burn all that excess fat in the body. It will promote the burning of fats and calories which will contribute to lower weight index. If you consume it for a month you will manage to lose 4 to 10 pounds. The most obvious would be the size of your belly which is the most difficult part for slimming down.
The power of this recipe lies in the used ingredients. Follow reading and find out what each one of them can offer to your body.
They can contribute to weight loss of the belly fat and as well as reduce cholesterol levels. According to a released study at The Journal of the American Dietetic Association, whole oat seeds can be very beneficial for overweight and obese people. This study monitored overweight and obese participants who were divided in two groups, the first one ate whole oat seeds two times a day, and the other group ate foods that are low in fiber, both groups consumed foods that are equal in calories. The weight loss was the same in both groups, but the group who consumed oats had a higher rate in losing abdominal fat. Plus, this group showed a reduction in cholesterol levels in the first weeks of this study.
They are great source of dietary fiber that contributes to lower appetite. Flax seeds reveal antioxidant, detoxifying and inflammatory properties that are very beneficial for the body. Their consumption will better digestion, battle against constipation, bloating, and bad cholesterol and at the same time stimulate metabolism.
It is a food product that is high in protein, packed with probiotics and calcium that are an integral part of any effective diet. Once mixed with water or milk, it supports good digestion, restores the intestinal flora and battles against high blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
As per a released study in the scientific journal Nutrients, higher intake of dairy products like kefir is being related to a lower body weight index, body fat and waist. This happens as a result of the high protein content of kefir as in a cup of kefir there is around 10 grams of protein. As per a released study by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, proteins offer the feeling of satiety that can last for long periods of time and thus elevate the energy expenditure of the body.
Cocoa is very beneficial for the weight loss even when consumed as chocolate, provided that it is a dark one. As per a released study in International Archives of Medicine, people who are on low-carbohydrate diets and take 42 grams of 81% cocoa chocolate per day lose weight more quickly.
Slimming Breakfast Recipe
- 2 tablespoons of oats
- 1 teaspoon of flax seeds, ground
- 1 cup of kefir, organic
- 5 to 7 juicy plums
- 1 teaspoon of cocoa powder
This recipe is prepared at night, but consumed in the morning. Here it is how it goes:
First you need to soak your plums in a 100 ml of boiling water. Cover the dish and let it stay like for around 10 minutes. In a separate bowl, include the kefir, oatmeal, cocoa, and flaxseed, and mix everything nicely.
Remove the plums from the water and cut them into small pieces and like that include them into the mixture. If you want you can use a blender and mix all the listed ingredients. Keep the resulting mixture in your fridge.
Use: Eat it in the morning, and very soon after its regular consumption you will see positive results.
Note: People with intestinal obstruction, and diverticula to the intestines should not use flax seeds due to an inflammatory reaction. On the other hand, kefir is not advised for people with Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, or microbiota imbalance.