The term "Quarantine15" refers to the weight loss that occurs as a result of so many individuals working from home, avoiding the gym, and munching for comfort during the ongoing pandemic.
Grilled asparagus is delicious and provides fibre, folate, vitamins A, C, and K. Then what? Asparagus contains asparagine, an amino acid that helps the body store energy in muscle rather than fat, and fructooligosaccharides, diuretics that promote weight loss.
One medium avocado offers 15 grammes of fat, but don't worry. Avocados are full of beneficial fats that aid your heart and may enhance fat burning. Avocados' high fibre content suppresses hunger.
White and kidney beans include resistant starches that can boost the amount of fat used for energy and prevent new fat cells from developing.
Blueberries provide vitamin C, potassium, and fibre, which fills you up without adding calories. A 2009 study reveals blueberries' antioxidants and anthocyanins may impact genes that govern fat burning and storage
This list begins with cardamom. It is loved for its ability to decrease bloating and suppress cravings, but studies suggest it can enhance metabolism, reduce water retention, and burn fat.
Chili peppers contain capsaicin, which may boost metabolism, enhance digestion, and decrease appetite. Capsaicin is anti-oxidant.
Caffeinated coffee can enhance your metabolism by 3-11 percent, according to various research. One study found coffee's effect was greater in thinner participants—29% vs. 10% in obese people.