The Top 5 Foods That Can KILL Body Fat (Part 3)


Chickens that are allowed to roam free outside and eat a

more natural diet will give you healthier, more nutrient-

rich eggs with a healthier fat balance compared with your

typical grocery store eggs (that came from chickens fed

nothing but soy and corn and crowded inside "egg fact-

ories" all day long).


I discuss the topic of whole eggs vs egg whites in more

detail in this article below (which has over 30,000 face-

book ‘likes’, so it’s a proven popular article)…


> Why you should always choose whole eggs, NEVER

egg whites < (



2. Grass-fed beef or bison (NOT your typical grocery

store beef!) - I know most people think that red meat

is unhealthy for you, but that's because they don't und-

erstand how the health of the animal affects how healthy

the meat is for your consumption. Keep this in mind –

"an unhealthy animal provides unhealthy meat, but a

healthy animal provides healthy meat".


Typical beef or bison that you see at the grocery store is

raised on grains… mostly corn, and sometimes soy too.

Soy and corn are NOT the natural diet of cattle or bison,

and therefore changes the chemical balance of fats and

other nutrients in the beef or bison. Cattle are meant in

nature to solely eat grass and forage, so the practice of

feeding cattle grains causes digestive system problems

in the cattle (one of the main reasons for e-coli), and

makes the cattle sick, which most times requires the use

of antibiotics in the cattle.


Problems with e-coli and other sicknesses are not

typically a problem in cattle that eat solely grass and

other forage.


Grain-fed beef and bison are also typically WAY too high

in omega-6 fatty acids and WAY too low in omega-3

fatty acids from the distorted nutrition ratios in their



On the other hand, grass-fed beef from cattle and

buffalo (or bison) that were raised on the type of natural

foods that they were meant to eat in nature (grass and

other forage), have much higher levels of healthy omega

-3 fatty acids and lower levels of inflammatory omega-6

fatty acids (that most people already eat way too much

of) compared to grain fed beef or bison.


Grass fed meats also typically contain up to 3 times

the Vitamin E as in grain fed meats… yet another reason

to choose grass-fed instead of typical beef.


Not only that, but grass-fed meat from healthy cattle or

bison also contain a special healthy fat called conjugated

linoleic acid (CLA) in MUCH higher levels than grain-fed

meat. In fact, when cattle are fed grains instead of grass,

the healthy CLA fat almost entirely disappears from the



CLA has been proven in scientific studies in recent years

to help in burning fat and building lean muscle (which

can help you lose weight!). These benefits are on top of

the fact that grass-fed meats are some of the highest

quality proteins that you can possibly eat... and this also

aids in burning fat and building lean muscle.


Grass-fed meats are a little harder to find, but just ask

your butcher or find a specialty grocery store and they

usually have cuts available. I've also found a good site

to order grass-fed meats online - http://healthygrassfed


I really like this online service, as the meats are

reasonably priced and a sealed cooler shows up at your

door within a few days… they’ve got some great

products, including grass-fed sausage, jerky, and tons of

other great stuff!


3. Avocados - Even though these are typically thought

of as a "fatty food", it's all healthy fats! Not only is this

fruit (yep, avocados are technically a fruit) super-high in

healthy monounsaturated fat, but also chock full of vita-

mins, minerals, micro-nutrients, and anti-oxidants.

They’re also a great source of fiber!


Also, I think guacamole (mashed avocados with garlic,

onion, tomato, pepper, etc.) is one of the most delicious

toppings ever created, and you can be happy to know

that it's also one of the healthiest toppings you can use

on your foods. Just make sure to make your own home-

made guacamole or if you choose a store bought guac,

make sure it doesn’t have other unhealthy additives

such as soybean oil or canola oil (see here why canola

oil is NOT healthy)(

canola-oil-deception.html), or added sugars or creams…

you’re looking for a guac that is just avocados, garlic,

onions, tomato, and spices.


Try sliced avocados or guacamole on sandwiches,

burgers, scrambled eggs or omelets, in salads, or as a

side to just about any meal.


The quality dose of healthy fats and other nutrition you

get from avocados helps your body to maintain proper

levels of hormones that help with fat loss and muscle

building. Also, since avocados are an extremely satiating

food, eating them helps to reduce your appetite in the

hours after your meal. Say goodbye to junk food

cravings and bring on that lean body!


4. Nuts: Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans, Macadamia, etc.

 -- Yes, this is yet another "fatty food" that can actually

help you burn fat! Although nuts are generally between

75-90% fat in terms of a ratio of fat calories to total cal-

ories, this is another type of food that is all healthy fats,

along with high levels of nutrition such as vitamins, min-

erals, and antioxidants. Nuts are also a good source of

fiber and protein, which of course, you know helps to

control blood sugar and can aid fat loss.


Nuts also help to maintain good levels of fat burning

hormones in your body as well as helping to control

appetite and cravings so that you essentially eat less

calories overall, even though you're consuming a high

-fat food.


In fact, one of my “sneaky tricks” for getting super lean

when I’m on a ‘cutting’ cycle is to actually increase my %

of calories from nuts… I know it may sound unusual to

purposely eat extra fat to lose body fat faster… but every

time I’ve used this technique, I get leaner by the day.

What I try to do is eat a handful of almonds, pecans, or

walnuts about 20-30 minutes before each meal… this

lowers my appetite due to the healthy fats, protein and

fiber, and ultimately allows me to eat less calories during

each main meal of the day.


My favorite healthy nuts are pecans, pistachios, almonds,

and walnuts, and by eating them in variety, you help to

broaden the types of vitamins and minerals and also the

balance of polyunsaturated to monounsaturated fats you



Try to find raw nuts instead of roasted nuts if you can, as

it helps to maintain the quality and nutritional content of

the healthy fats that you will eat.


Also, try to broaden your horizons beyond the typical

peanut butter that most people eat, and try almond

butter, pecan butter, or macadamia butter to add variety

to your diet. And if you thought that pistachios were bad

for you, you couldn’t be more mistaken… see the article



> Pistachios – a superfood for a leaner body? <




To be continued…


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