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It's also good at helping reduce cholesterol levels and for getting rid of bad fatty acids. Select wholegrain, rolled oats that are unsweetened for added vitamins (and preferably, use organic sources).
Foods to consider first thing in the morning include: Oatmeal (porridge). Oatmeal is rich in fiber, filling and can contribute toward equalizing your blood sugar due its slow release of energy, which helps fat loss.
Eggs. Nutritionists say that the body burns more calories digesting eggs than it does consuming a carb-heavy (cereals) breakfast.
Enjoy a good fat-burning drink of green tea. Studies suggest that green tea has a positive effect on boosting the metabolism thanks to the phytochemical compound, catechins, with the most abundant catechin being Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG).
At only 75 calories per egg and 7 grams of protein, eggs may be one of the ideal ways to start your day, providing you with choline via the egg yolk, which can increase fat loss. Author of The 4 Hour Body Timothy Ferriss, considers that eggs are an important fat-burning addition to the diet.
 
This chemical helps you to burn more calories. It works in a similar way to caffeine but without making your heart beat faster.
Designate lunch as your powerhouse meal. Instead of focusing on dinner as being the only time you include protein, make sure both protein and healthy carbs play a part in your midday meal. Metabolism boosting foods to add to your lunch repertoire could be:
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Chicken or turkey. Chicken and turkey are high in protein, which helps boost the metabolism, as well as helping bulk muscles if you exercise. Steer clear of the chicken nuggets and Select a lean cut that can be grilled or baked and discard the skin.
Salad. Select greens that contain plenty of nutrients such as spinach or arugula and partner with other crunchy veggies and a protein (such as a hard boiled egg or grilled chicken or steak). Not only can you glean protein from a spinach salad but you can also obtain almost an entire day’s worth of vitamins and minerals.
Although no particular food has been proven to burn fat, there are many foods which foster conditions in your body which will increase the likelihood of fat loss.
Select hearty, wholegrain cereals and proteins to get the metabolism machine running first thing in the morning. 
Numerous research studies have shown that
skipping or skimping on breakfast can actually contribute toward weight gain because those who skip breakfast tend to eat more later in the day (in order to compromise for the missed meal).
Make the oatmeal with milk, which contains calcium, itself acting as a good metabolic trigger. The complex carbohydrates help keep insulin levels low, which reduces the amount of fat which your body clings on to.
Make your oatmeal even tastier by adding a dash or two of cinnamon, thought to stabilize blood sugar levels and even reduce your appetite.
Use caution when choosing and adding salad dressing--pick something low calorie (such as olive oil and vinegar) and ask to have it “on the side” so you can control how much goes on the salad.