Consuming the top 5 fat burning foods my farm produces has helped me maintain a healthy weight.
These top 5 fat burning foods have helped me lose all of my baby weight easily and efficiently.
After gaining 80 pounds with my first baby, I lost HALF of it within three weeks of having her. I did the exact same thing after my second baby.
Healthy proteins and nutrient-rich foods are magical. And what is even more amazing is how easily available to us they are. Just a little bit of hard work can make good fat-burning foods available for any family.
Here are the top 5 fat burning foods my farm produces:
1. Lean Meats
We raise beef, chicken and goats at a small scale on our farm. When we butcher one steer, a goat or two and about 25 chickens, they becomes our meats for the year. As farmers, we work hard to care for the animals, feeding them the right feeds, providing shelter, and plenty of water.
Goat is the red meat with the lowest cholesterol and saturated fat but with the highest amount of protein and vitamins. Chicken and beef have high levels of amino acid chains that repair your muscles and give you the energy you need to keep going.
The chickens seem to love their eggs as much as we do!
Honestly, I did not know that eggs were a fat-burning food until I read about it the other day on Bembu. They actually have egg whites listed, but I will never eat just egg whites. You couldn’t pay me to throw away an egg yolk.
Eggs (yolks) are a tremendous source of protein, which is the second most important nutrient we need after water.
Asparagus is extremely easy to grow and comes up every year. The most nutritious (and delicious) part is the head!
This time of year is when asparagus is in season and we’ve already gone through three gallon ziplock bags full of it. We like to eat it numerous ways – in our scrambled eggs, baked, and grilled. Mylee even loves it, which was a huge surprise to me!
4. Sweet Potatoes
I just planted my sweet potato plants! For me, sweet potatoes are literally a sweet treat to eat with my lean meats! YUM!! Full of fiber and vitamins, you can’t go wrong. I will always prefer sweet potato fries over regular fries.
Sweet potato plants are also very easy to store and preserve. Therefore, I love to grow extra to put in the freezer or cellar for my family to eat.
There are many more fat burning foods that can be paired with these options, such as certain spices and berries. While there are many supplements out there, I highly endorse these great products I can grow myself for my own simple fat burners.