not all foods are created equal some
promote fat burning while others promote weight gain and in this video I’m gonna
give you my top eight list of foods that puts your body in fat-burning mode so
you can finally lose all your unwanted belly fat these are the exact same lists
of foods that I recommend to all my students inside my fat loss accelerator
program and they’ve all gotten some amazing results so you know it works
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sense you need to know a little bit about basic human physiology and I’m
gonna give you the ultimate truth about fat loss that a lot of so-called experts
never bother to talk about here it is are you ready for it you cannot reduce body
fat on a diet that chronically stimulates high insulin levels you just
can’t it’s not just calories in versus calories out your body is more than just
a mathematical equation you have no calorie counter in your stomach anyway
your body does however have a physiological response to all the foods
that you eat again not all foods are created equal some promote fat burning
while others promote weight gain and if you’re trying to lose weight which one
would you rather eat and you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know that 100
calories of broccoli isn’t gonna have the same fattening effect as a hundred
calories of ice cream so that right away debunks the myth of just calories in
versus calories out and did you know that calorie counting so eat less and
move more has been proven to have a 99 percent failure rate and if you’ve been
struggling to lose weight for a really long time and that’s been your method of
weight loss you already know that to be true listen if you really want to lose
all your unwanted body fat and keep it off what you want to do is you want to
upregulate your fat burning metabolism and you achieve that through hormone
optimization and the main hormone that you want to optimize because it’s well
within your control is the hormone insulin because insulin is what controls
your body weight it’s all about moderating your insulin levels now every
time you eat your insulin goes up and out of all three macronutrients
carbs especially refined carbs and sugar spike the hormone insulin the most
protein can also be insulinogenic but your body has satiety hormones that gets
activated when you eat protein so you’re kind of protected there it’s kind of
hard to overeat on steak for example but with ice-cream there’s no
limit well fat especially pure fat like butter for example has little to no
effect on your insulin levels all you need to know is that if your insulin
levels are high you cannot access your body fat and burn it for energy
you just can’t so high insulin blocks fat burning the problem is it’s not
uncommon for the average American or for somebody following a Western diet to
consume a mind-blowing 500 to 600 grams of highly insulin stimulating and fat
promoting carbs daily you’re probably one of them so the first step is to
reduce the amount of carbs in your diet especially highly refined and processed
carbs like chips bread pasta cookies cereal granola bars and the likes and
I’m gonna give you another truth bomb why that is step number one because what
you stop eating has far more impact to your health and weight loss than what
you start eating like if you just reduce the amount of carbs processed carbs and
sugar in your diet I guarantee you and I’m willing to put a lot of money on
this that you’re gonna lose weight once you do that it’s all about building your
diet around foods that don’t trigger a high insulin response that way once your
body is done digesting those foods you’re now metabolically flexible
because you didn’t trigger a high insulin response and now your body can
start tapping into your fat stores and start burning your excess body fat for
energy that’s how this whole thing works so all the foods that I’m gonna talk
about are gonna promote exactly that number one you want to eat high-quality
meat. Ever heard of the saying you are what you eat and that’s true but a
better version of that is you are what you eat, ate. It’s important that they come
from as many high-quality sources as possible this principle applies to all
the foods that I’m gonna talk about by the way you want to buy as much high
quality foods as you can afford like in a perfect world you want to be eating
organic wild-caught grass-fed and grass finished animal products but I know that
that’s not always possible for everyone the reason why you want to stay away
from feedlot animals is that they’re fed with grains and corn for example. They’re
fed grains to fatten them up but grains and corn are highly insulin stimulating
or insulinogenic which means that if you’re eating grain fed meat you’re
still inadvertently eating greens remember that’s the number one thing
that we want to start reducing from your diet
you are what you eat, ate. And I totally understand that grass-fed beef is way
more expensive than grain fed beef but you actually don’t need to eat as much
protein as you’ve been led to believe you actually just need 0.8 grams per
pound of lean body mass not body weight lean body mass so you want to subtract
your body fat percentage from your body weight and once you do a little math
you’re gonna figure out that you don’t need to eat as much protein as you think
number 2 eggs this is kind of a no-brainer but eggs should be a staple
in your diet and in a perfect world you’re eating pasture-raised eggs from
happy nesting chickens again I know it’s a little bit more expensive but it’s
absolutely worth it because again there’s a world of difference when it
comes to the nutritional value between pasture raised eggs and grain fed eggs
because the humble egg is literally one of the most nutritious foods on the
planet it’s got tons of good fat it’s got cholesterol and vitamins and a
decent amount of protein and the yolk specifically is the healthiest part of
the egg because that’s where all the nutrients are 13 vitamins and minerals
specifically it’s literally the perfect food again it’s high in fat and protein
which activates your satiety hormones so it keeps you full longer and it’s
delicious I eat like four eggs every day and you can
enjoy it in many different ways you can add it to your salad you can add it to your
meal or you can simply have it as a snack number three
avocado avocado is a pretty unique fruit while most fruits contain carbs
primarily and if you’ve been watching my videos you’ll know that I’m not a big
fan of eating a lot of fruit because of its fructose content specifically and
how lipogenic it is. But avocado is the exception it’s high in heart-healthy
monounsaturated fat which again activates your satiety hormones it’s
also creamy fatty and delicious it’s rich in antioxidants and saturated fats
and 20 other vitamins minerals and micronutrients
it also contains fiber which helps with digestion and fiber also helps keep you
full longer it’s often referred to as a superfood it can be added to a lot of
dishes because of its good flavor and rich texture it also happens to be the
main ingredient in guacamole need a say more?
number four nuts. Nuts are antioxidant powerhouses antioxidants can combat
oxidative stress by neutralizing free radicals which are unstable molecules
that may cause cell damage and increase your risk of disease like
avocado nuts are full of mono and polyunsaturated fats which again
activates your satiety hormones as well as a variety of vitamins and minerals it
also makes for a great snack almonds pistachios cashews macadamia nuts Brazil
nuts are great options in case you’re wondering and you actually want to stay
away from peanuts because peanuts is actually not a nut it’s a legume and a
lot of people don’t react to peanuts very well also make sure you’re not
buying anything that’s sweetened like honey roasted nuts for example and you
want to look specifically for dry roasted nuts because some roasted nuts
are still deep fried in highly processed canola oil which leads me to number five
cooking oil let’s quickly talk about cooking oil because you’ve got to cook your
food with something extra virgin oil coconut oil macadamia nut oil avocado
oil and butter should be your only options when it comes to cooking oil
sunflower canola grapeseed soybean and other types of seed oil belong in the
garbage throw it out like right now because
there’s a reason why they’re so cheap long story short canola oil and the
likes are highly processed and are high in omega-6 which are highly inflammatory
and opens you up to all sorts of disease it becomes toxic when heated at high
temperatures and it’s just simply not made for human consumption like our
Paleolithic ancestors didn’t deep-fry their foods in these toxic oils and I
forget the doctor who said this I’m gonna look it up but she said that
cooking and using these cheap oils is like drinking radiation because it
messes you up all the way down to your DNA level so if you have those cheap
oils at home and you probably do you need to toss them out right away number
six Greek yogurt if you’ve never tried Greek yogurt you are in for a treat it’s
like eating ice cream guilt-free Greek yogurt specifically is different from
other yogurts because it goes through multiple straining processes to remove
the whey. Whey if you didn’t know is a liquid that contains lactose a natural
sugar found in milk why is removing whey a good thing
well approximately 65% of the human population has the reduced ability to
digest lactose after infancy and if you’re lactose intolerant you know
exactly what I’m talking about lactose is no good for your stomach it also
contains probiotic which are good bacteria that restores a healthy
bacterial balance within the gut Greek yogurt is also high
in fats and protein and it’s absolutely delicious and ideally you want to buy
the unsweetened version of it because it contains little to no sugar if you buy
the flavored version of it just make sure you watch your serving size number
seven aged cheese um who doesn’t like cheese what’s great about cheese is that
it’s extremely low in lactose which again your body can’t process very well
while containing a good amount of protein and fat an ounce of aged cheddar
for example has seven grams of protein and 10 grams of fat. Again, fat and
protein activates your satiety hormone so it’s gonna help keep you full longer
it’s also absolutely delicious you can add cheese to your salad for example or
you can just have it as a snack like I literally can’t think of a better snack
than nuts and cheese it’s the best but just a quick reminder you don’t want to
buy low-fat cheese because A) it tastes like cardboard and B) fat isn’t bad for
you you never want to buy low-fat dairy because it’s highly processed and low
fat usually means high in sugar number eight
dark chocolate dark chocolate is full of antioxidants fiber and minerals it’s
actually one of the best sources of antioxidants on the planet one study
showed that dark chocolate has more antioxidant activity polyphenols and
flavanols than any other fruits tested and that includes blueberries and acai
berries it contains a decent amount of soluble fiber which again helps keep you
full longer and it’s loaded with minerals like iron magnesium copper
manganese potassium phosphorus zinc and selenium basically dark chocolate is
awesome listen I love milk chocolate just like any other human being but much
of the healthy cacao has been stripped away from it and is replaced with sugar
and again sugar is extremely insulinogenic there’s definitely going to be an
adjustment period when you switch from milk chocolate to dark chocolate I know
this because I used to be addicted to milk chocolate but you gotta make some
compromises here try to buy at least 85% cacao when you’re shopping for it it’s
kind of an acquired taste but you’ll get used to it eventually I promise
nowadays I look forward to having a couple of squares of dark chocolate as
my treat every single night once again all the foods that I just mentioned will
only work if you take out sugar refined carbs and toxic oils from your
diet like you can’t just add these foods to your existing diet and call it a day
it doesn’t work like that and if you’re wondering how you can put this all
together and how you can implement these foods throughout your day throughout
your week then keep watching the next question then becomes how are you
actually supposed to eat if you want to lose weight because here’s the thing
80% of your body composition is determined by your diet
you can’t just freestyle this part do you have a proven plan that you can follow
to help you with that I want to give you a free copy of my lean body blueprint
this is how I melted all the fat around my stomach without depriving myself of
my favorite foods or wasting hours at the gym it’s a simple four-step process
specifically designed for busy professionals and it’s the exact same
blueprint that I teach to all my private coaching clients and they’ve all gone to
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35 Replies to “8 FOODS THAT BURN BELLY FAT (Eat These EVERY DAY!)”

  1. 8 FOODS THAT BURN BELLY FAT (Eat These EVERY DAY!). Let me know your thoughts below!
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  2. Carlo, I made ice cream with coconut cream, cocoa nibs and dark chocolate with pecans. Today I had KETO Spinach pancakes made with almond flour, an Avocado and 2 pcs of bacon. Avocado with poached egg…yumm! Doing good here and keeping it off…so easy! Much Love To You! God Bless and Take care.

  3. Where can I get dark chocolate that has no sugar? Oh and what do you think of monk fruit? I can’t eat Greek yogurt plain without anything sweet in it.

  4. I have a calorie counter in my head👈 Mind over Matter! Haha The body does what the Mind says my twitchy little friend 😉

  5. Carlo, I've learned so much from you videos! You've helped me so much with my weightloss videos.. I was 104kg last May 2019 now, I am 72kg. I'm doing IF 16:8 for a week now. Taking advantage of the quarantine here in the Philippines. Again, MARAMING SALAMAT. MABUHAY KABAYAN!

  6. Last video you said that if you've reached a plateau in your weight loss you should add 4 hours to your fast plan. i`m currently doing kinda warrior diet .basically I eat each day from around 17:30 to 19:30.Now if ill add 4 hours to that that means break my fast at 22:00 so that wont work plus don`t like to eat in the mornings,so is 48 h between each meal be healthy to sustain for long period and would help? ; Side note: I've been doing IF for 2 months now.first month I ate "normally" meaning with carbs oils etc.and I've lost 18 pounds.As time progressed i`ve educated myself toward eating healthier like you suggested. I've lowered my carb intake to bare minimum,and I started eating stuff like 2 eggs a day,full Avocado,fatty cheese,chia seeds shakes, dark chocolate etc.I haven't weighted myself this month yet but it totally seem like I haven't lost any weight this "healthy" month plus I might GAINED even weight(Although im just speculating as I haven't weighted myself this month yet,still the weight loss feeling I had last month feels different and not working now)

  7. Coach i'm doing OMAD "KetoFasting" everday for a month. Is it ok to continue like that? Dont have any struggle.

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