What are some simple food hacks to melt fat?
If you want to melt fat, some simple food hacks might do the trick in getting you over the finish line of your goals.
Many people ask — Is getting a flat stomach or a six-pack just about doing core moves all day long? Not exactly. You can actually blast fat, lose weight, and achieve your body goals by incorporating some simple food hacks into your life. After all, they do say that abs are made in the kitchen.
Melt Fat by Waiting Until Your Appetite is Pressing
Wait Until Your Appetite is Pressing – and then push out your meal an hour or two later by snacking on a piece of fruit. Grab yourself an apple, pear, nectarine, or peach at the moment when you feel your stomach growling. By waiting until your appetite is pressing — but not having your meal until a little later and nourishing your body with a piece of fruit – you will be tapping into fat stores and training your body to run on less. This is how you can burn fat between meals without logging extra work outs.
Cook Simple and Quick Meals to Melt Fat Quickly
Enjoy a simple meal is the name of the game if you want to melt fat and expose your six pack.
A simple meal is a meal with some healthy grains (rice or buckwheat), some raw veggies, and a piece of lean protein. 3 components to a complete, healthy, fat-burning plate. You can cook this lean meal at home and enjoy these simple flavors to cleanse your palate so you’re craving simple, whole ingredients. You won’t be wanting highly-caloric sauces and dressings if you begin structuring your plate around nutritious, whole ingredients.
If you are looking for more instructions on exactly what and how to eat, Mission Lean provides you with a plan for eating clean by giving you healthy recipes that will blast fat, lean you down, and get you toned in no time. Explore our site and blog posts some more to begin taking your lean body to the next level.
Jon Pearlman is a former #1 singles player for the the Harvard tennis team, two time All- Ivy athlete, ATP-ranked touring professional, and author of The Lean Body Manual. Jon’s experience as a top tennis player and his passion for fitness and nutrition has made him uniquely positioned to be an advocate and ambassador for the lean body.