Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Bust Cream Review

 

  • Soda. And not just sugary soda, either—diet soda can make you gain weight as well. Recent studies have shown that dieters who drink diet soda actually gain weight—possibly because diet soda doesn’t help reduce an overall craving for sweets. Sweetened soda, of course, is just full of empty, do-nothing calories.
  • Energy drinks. Keep in mind that “energy” is often marketing-speak for “calories.” Unless you’re an elite athlete, you probably aren’t doing enough work to warrant replacing your electrolytes with an energy drink—so you’re just drinking extra calories and undoing all your good exercising work.
  • Fancy coffee beverages. Don’t be fooled because these drinks have “coffee” in the title—once you add cream, syrups and whipped cream, you’ve completely undone any of caffeine’s fat burning properties. Not convinced your frothy indulgence can ruin your diet? One Gotta-Have-It sized Caramel Latte from Cold Stone Creamery has 1,790 calories and 57 grams of fat. That’s the calorie equivalent of more than three Big Macs. Stick to plain ol’ coffee.
  • Fancy cocktails. A shot of liquor isn’t bad—in fact, it has fewer calories than a glass of wine or a cooler—but if you mix your hard alcohol with syrups, cream or other mixers, you’ve concocted a dessert, not a drink. A White Russian, for example—made with vodka, coffee liqueur and cream—can have up to 715 calories. That’s more than a KFC Double Down sandwich. And don’t think drinks made with fruit juice are healthier—a pina colada can have up to 600 calories. If you want to drink, stick to wine, light beer, or a shot of liquor with plain soda water.
  • Green tea. Hands down, this is one of the most powerful fat-burning “foods” you can find. This is because green tea contains epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which, when combined with the caffeine in a standard cup of tea, can have a positive effect on your weight-loss efforts. Studies have shown that people who consume green tea extract burn more fat—up to 17% more—than subjects that took a placebo. Green tea can help improve your body’s glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity, which reduces fat storage. Drink 2-3 cups of green tea per day to get the best results.
  • Ice water. Drink eight glasses of ice water a day, and you could burn up to 70 calories—about the equivalent of a medium-sized apple. That’s because your body has to burn energy in order to warm the water up, which, in turn, burns calories.
  • Fancy cocktails. A shot of liquor isn’t bad—in fact, it has fewer calories than a glass of wine or a cooler—but if you mix your hard alcohol with syrups, cream or other mixers, you’ve concocted a dessert, not a drink. A White Russian, for example—made with vodka, coffee liqueur and cream—can have up to 715 calories. That’s more than a KFC Double Down sandwich. And don’t think drinks made with fruit juice are healthier—a pina colada can have up to 600 calories. If you want to drink, stick to wine, light beer, or a shot of liquor with plain soda water.

Source: www.thermogenicreviews.com 

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