What is the Eating Plan with the Fat Burning Furnace Diet?

Posted by on September 6, 2011 at 7:56 pm.

People, no matter what age, sex, or income, need to change the way they eat.   Today, there are too many places to get fast, processed, and fried foods that allow a person to gain fat, especially in the middle.   Also people lead busy, sedentary lifestyle, which causes heart disease, cancer, and all sorts of problems.

In addition to exercising with the Fat Burning Furnace plan, you are taught how to eat all over again.   Tips such as eat smaller meals instead of three meals a day and breakfast is the most important meal of the day are mentioned as part of the diet plan.   In fact, you really cannot call the Fat Burning Furnace Diet a diet, but a lifestyle change in the way you handle food.  In fact the program is the same diet used in the Truth about Abs program, so it is no surprise that the Fat Burning Furnace program advises eating the following foods:

1)      Dark chocolate.   The chocolate has to be made with 70% cacao beans to be part of the plan.   No milk or white chocolate.   Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants, which is healthy for the heart and other vital organs.  Dark chocolate also decreases blood pressure and it has magnesium and copper which helps in the metabolic properties of the human body.

2)      Coconut products.   These include:  coconut milk, flour and oil.   They are great sources of medium chained triglycerides, also known as saturated fats.   These will not store as body fat.  Coconut is considered one of the healthiest oils in the world and contains lauric acid.   The only other place you can natural get this acid is in human breast milk.

3)      Grass-fed products.   These include Bison, beef, butter, and whole eggs.   The bison and beef contain Omega 3 and 6 fats.  The eggs are protein, as well as the beef and the bison, plus the yolks themselves have more nutrients then just eating the whites.   The butter contains CLA, which is a type of fat.

4)      Avocados.   These are high in monounsaturated fats, which also does not store in the body as fat, as well as vitamins and minerals.

5)      Nuts.

6)      Oatmeal is great for breakfast and it must be old fashioned or rolled oats.  Not instead or oats.   To make it a fat burning food, it must contain 4 grams of protein per 1/3 cup of oatmeal

7)      Pork tenderloin.   Not all pork is good, but the tenderloin has fat burning properties, such as it is 4 grams of fat, no carbs and no fiber.   It has 22 grams of protein.  All you need is 4 ounces of pork loin.

8)      Parsnips are basically a pale carrot.   The parsnip has no fat, no calories, 2 grams of protein, and have 25% of your daily protein.   Parsnips are much spicier than carrots.

9)      Onions are great fat burners.   Just do not use them when you are about to meet with someone.   Onions have antioxidants like dark chocolate, sulfur which is great for cardio health, and some onions can even prevent some forms of cancer.

 

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