Water with lemon-this drink contains a large amount of vitamin C, pectin and citric acid that enhance fat burning. Half a lemon in a glass of water will invigorate and refresh the body.
Cranberry juice – a rich source of vitamin C, minerals, antioxidants and organic acids. Make homemade juice from fresh or frozen cranberries without sugar and preservatives.
Dandelion tea-boiled dandelion leaves contribute to faster digestion and rapid weight loss. Pour boiling water over the small dandelion leaves. Add a spoonful of honey.
Ginger tea-weakens appetite and regulates blood sugar levels. Mix the chopped piece of ginger root with a glass of water and a spoonful of lemon juice. You can add honey if desired.
Cayenne pepper (hot pepper) – when using this spice, the body temperature increases and the body begins to actively cool down. Calorie burning is the result of this process. Cayenne pepper is thought to be able to boost metabolism. Chop the peppers and ginger to get an effective fat self-heating mixture. Use as a food supplement every day.
Chia seeds-rich in antioxidants, cellulose, protein and omega 3 fatty acids. In contact with the liquid, chia seeds increase 12 times and turn into jelly. As a result, appetites weaken over time. The use of this seed is the best prevention of cardiovascular diseases, painful joints and high blood pressure. Add the seeds to a yogurt, omelet or smoothie. Flaxseed is a good alternative to chia seeds.
Cinnamon – controls the level of sugar in the blood, contributes to the acceleration of metabolism and facilitates the removal of carbohydrates (which, on the contrary, accumulate in excess fat). Add cinnamon to yogurt, coffee, cow’s cheese and oatmeal.
Coconut oil – contains optimal amounts of fatty acids to speed up metabolism. Take 2 tablespoons of coconut oil with warm water daily on an empty stomach. It is advisable to wait one hour before breakfast. It can be used as a sauce with fish or lean meat.