One spoonful trick for weight loss

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Losing weight is hard.  Let’s not sugar coat it. There are many things one has to “fight” in order to lose weight.

A spoonful of a supernutrient can be the difference between keeping a diet habit strong and a guilt-filled, emotional, binge eating session.


A Spoonful of Dark Cacao Powder

Dark cacao powder not only packs in a ton of antioxidants and health nutrients, but it will also help with that chocolate sweet tooth.  It also lacks in the sugar added to regular milk chocolate, which is excellent!

Add one spoonful to your healthy green smoothies or into some hot water for a healthy version of hot chocolate!

A Spoonful of Ginger for Improved Metabolism & Digestion

Ginger has quite a few scientifically proven health benefits:

  • Fighting against nausea
  • Reducing muscle pain and soreness after workouts
  • Lowers blood sugar naturally
  • Can treat indigestion
  • Possible cancer prevention
  • Fights against Alzheimer’s
  • Fights infections

Add ginger to a health detox tea or to some soup or chili.

A Spoonful of Coconut Oil to Burn More Fat

Coconut oil is one of the best superfoods around for not only general health but for weight loss as well. One study found that 15-30 grams of MCTs  that is found in coconut oil per day increased 24-hour energy expenditure by 5%, totaling about 130 calories per day.


5 Super-Fruits For Your Heart

Although you might know that eating certain foods can increase your heart disease risk, it’s often tough to change your eating habits. Whether you have years of unhealthy eating under your belt or you simply wanted to fine-tune your diet, here are some best fruits to boost your heart health. Eat them often to reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke.

6 reasons that drives you towards overeating

6 reasons that drives you towards overeating:

The urge to eat more than your requirement is the reason that you don’t measure your food and end up with overeating. We usually tend to get bored with similar tastes and attracted towards where we found variety in a food.