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Avacado good for lower belly fat loss? And pineapple?

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movingforward2016 Thu 15-Dec-16 13:46:21

A friend of a friend is a body builder and recommended avocado for burning lower belly fat and pineapple! Anyone heard of this before? Does it work?

GettingitwrongHauntingatnight Thu 15-Dec-16 13:48:13

Thought avacados were fattening?

Lorralorralaughs Thu 15-Dec-16 13:56:59

it's avocadoes, and although they're higher in fat & calories than most other fruit and veg - it's good fat. They're also high in Vitamin E & fibre. You probably do need to watch your consumption of them if you want to lose weight. Pineapple is great - but quite acidic so you probably don't want too much!

GizmoFrisby Thu 15-Dec-16 17:08:49

Lorra it's actually avocados just checkedgrin. Since your nit picking. hmmThey are very good for you but not sure about targeting certain areas. Good luck op

PoldarksBreeches Thu 15-Dec-16 17:20:46

You can't spot reduce fat with food hmm

Deux Thu 15-Dec-16 17:27:59

I've managed to lose weight off my belly (and lower half in general) by eating protein with carbs. And few carbs on their own. No carbs for breakfast.

I'm amazed actually. I was advised to do so by a gynae consultant as I was moaning about middle age spread. But in my case it was in relation to insulin resistance.

I've been eating loads of avocados with chicken or eggs.

RedMapleLeaf Thu 15-Dec-16 18:40:31

You can't spot reduce fat with food

This. I think all you can do is avoid foods which bloat your tummy up.

fishonabicycle Tue 20-Dec-16 17:08:58

Exactly. You can't spot reduce fat at all. You can lose fat in general and increase muscle in specific places by lifting weights. That is it.

ThePeoplesChamp Tue 20-Dec-16 17:21:07

FFS.. food cannot be used as a spot weightloss magic bullet.

I weightlift also. Avocado is good if you are already SUPER LEAN and just trying to 'peak' and possibly on a keto. It contains a high level of 'good fats' which trigger a satiated state and level blood sugar. Pineapple apparently contains an enzyme which promotes fats loss.

This whole thing of adding a magic food into a diet is madness... in my office I frequently see ladies on 'diets' jamming whole packfuls of goji berries or whatever fad food down their necks over the course of a day believing they will get thinner, when they are just adding extra calories and training their brain to snack.

I dont know if you have weight to lose? IF so maybe your pal could help you with a keto plan if its short term, or a balanced 40/40/20 macro calorie limited plan if its long term.

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