saw this very useful information on Yahoo homepage this morning.
1. Full fat cheeseThis dairy product is an excellent source of casein protein- one of the best muscle-building nutrients you can eat.
(contradict to the name FULL-FAT, this food is able to help losing weight. amazing huh?)
2. Pork Chops
Researchers found that a 6-ounce serving daily helped people preserve their muscle while losing weight.
(nice! i love pork!)
3. Iced coffee
Coffee reduces your appetite, increases your metabolism, and gives you a shot of antioxidants. Caffeine stimulates your central nervous system by increasing your heart rate and breathing.
(too bad, i still dont like coffee no matter how much benefits it offers. for once i had a glass of coffee at night and i suffer a sleepless night, ever since then i've stopped taking coffee-related drinks)
Grapefruit’s acidity may slow your rate of digestion, making you feeling full longer.
(i never know the wonders of grapefruit! i used to dislike it but now, its time to change the perception)
5. AppleTurns out, an apple a day may also keep the extra weight away. They require lots of chewing, which can make you think you’re eating more than you really are.
(its time to buy more red apple than green apple!)
Skip the cold cereal: Eating eggs and bacon in the morning can help you control your hunger later in the day.
(i love egg white! but not egg yolk)
Scientists found that people who consumed beans were 23 percent less likely to have large waists than those who said they never ate them...
(really? i'm impressed!)
Fish isn't just good for your heart; it's good for your gut, too. Hate fish? Take a fish-oil capsule every day - one that has 500 milligrams of the omega-3s DHA and EPA. It offers the same benefits as salmon.
(i like fish! one key point i always remember is that fish is rich is protein!)
Instead of fruit juice, reach for moo juice in the morning. Drinking milk at breakfast can help you eat less at lunch.
(yea, not only milk is good for our skin, it's good for our breast too! lol)
*for full details please refer here*