The festive season is looming and we're starting to think about getting in to those all-important party outfits.
So it’s the perfect time to start incorporating foods into your diet that will help boost fat-burning and give you a leaner profile.
Avocado, for example, is a great source of mono-unsaturated fats, which are readily burned for fuel during exercise and encourage fat burning.
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And honey can be used to replace sugar – it is fairly low on the glycemic index and keeps insulin levels low and steady for maintaining a fat-burning environment in your body.
Ten helpful fat-burning foods have been listed in total in the report Ripped To Shreds, co-authored by Shaun Petafi and Dean Connor, a pair of expert personal trainers.
The report also dispels some of the established myths around eating habits and is a helpful read for anyone serious about shedding fat and improving their body shape.
Combined with the regular exercise Shaun and Dean endorse in the report, and sensible eating habits, you could be in great shape come Christmas.