8 Grains to Eat to Lose Weight and 3 to Avoid
What grains should you eat to lose weight? There are grains that are perfect for this, making extra pounds vanish within days. But there are grains that are equally awful for weight loss. We're about to tell you how to avoid all the pitfalls and incorporate grains in your menu to transform your body. ?
Whole oats 0:52
Brown rice 1:25
Whole rye 1:56
Whole grain barley 2:25
White rice 4:50
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– Whole oats contain beta-glucan fiber, which is well known for its ability to absorb tons of water, making it swell in your stomach. This then increases the pleasant feeling of being full. In other words, you’ll simply eat way less!
– Considering how many vitamins and minerals brown rice contains, it should be crowned as a superfood in the blink of an eye!
– Some specialists are sure that whole rye has more nutrients per serving than any other whole grain! And there has to be some truth to this.
– Barley is excellent for a perfectly toned figure, and it also lowers your cholesterol levels. Its minerals and nutrients work their magic in no time, making you feel full and giving you all the essential elements your body needs.
– Buckwheat is a true champion as it contains more protein than any other whole grain, topping the list of necessary protein foods for every single one of us — especially if you're a vegetarian.
– If you know at least something about a healthy lifestyle and menu, you know what quinoa is. This grain is high in protein, B-group vitamins, and omega-3 fatty acids, making it a real treat for people with celiac disease and gluten intolerance.
– If you want corn to help you get slimmer, make it a rule to eat a whole ear of corn. This will allow your body to receive all the B-group vitamins, magnesium, antioxidants, and phosphorus that it contains.
– Lentils are truly unique, simply because they're rich in protein and fiber while being low in fat and high in slow-digesting carbohydrates.
– Eating white rice may be the reason why you can't lose weight. It's actually a refined carbohydrate that’s very high in calories and low in fiber. And from this point of view, it has hardly any nutrition!
– Just like brown rice, wheat is a superfood — a superfood for gaining weight! The main reason for this title is amylopectin A, an extremely fattening starch.
– Couscous may look like a whole grain at first glance, but it's actually not that different from refined wheat. You won't find any nutrition here, but you will find numerous calories.
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