Little that we know is that eating the right fruits can help us achieve the bikini body we want. Yes! We surely need to team it up with a good work out program. Here we have listed down a few exotic fruits that can do wonders when want to shed some extra pounds.
Besides the fact that Berries are packed with antioxidants, they are also a good source of fiber- a key factor in weight control. Research has found that for every gram of fiber we eat, we eliminate seven calories. So now consuming the recommended portion i.e. 25 to 30 grams daily could cancel out nearly 300 calories that are enough to result in a 20-pound weight loss in one year’s time. Berries can keep your appetite full on fewer calories. Plus, the antioxidants will help you with your workouts by improving blood flow to your muscles. This sounds like a great snack to me!
This tropical fruit is one of my favourites, not only because is extremely delicious and naturally sweet, but it's great for your bikini body too. Pineaple contains bromelain which is a digestive enzyme that can help reduce gas built up in the body and can encourage the splitting of complex lipids that promotes weight loss. Certainly, pineapple can do wonders when you want to shed those few extra pounds and nourish your body with vitamins.
Another tasty tropical fruit is grapefruit which is high in water content for hydration and contains a healthy dose of vitamin C that is important for skin health. It also helps your skin glow all summer long. According to research, Grapefruit may help promote weight loss by reducing insulin levels and boosting your metabolism.
Did you know that apples could help reduce cellulite?
Cellulite generally causes dimpling of the skin, especially in the hips and thigh areas. Apples are full of enzymes that can aid in the digestive process of breaking down and eliminating fatty deposits in the body's cells. These enzymes are called malic acid and may assist in getting rid of the body toxin that leads to cellulite.
Now head to your nearest supermarket and buy some healthy fruits today!