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Negative Calorie Foods! Are They For Real?
All foods have some calories. No food is actually "negative calorie" food. BUT the overall effect of certain foods in our body is that of "negative calories". Negative calorie foods are foods, which use more calories to digest than the calories the foods actually contain!
Calories from these foods are much harder for the body to breakdown and process. In other words, the body has to work harder in order to extract calories from these foods. This gives these foods a tremendous natural fat-burning advantage.
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Negative calorie food concept
We already know what you're thinking, “If there's really anything to this 'negative calorie' food concept, I could get a list of these foods and use them to help me lose weight next spring, or to cut-up for my next show!?”
All right, we give up, there really is no such thing as negative calorie food. That is to say, not until these particular foods have been ingested. What happens after that however, may come dangerously close to what could ultimately be interpreted as truly a fat loss response on the part of resulting internal metabolic processes.
Before we get ahead of ourselves, consider this. All foods have a caloric (calories), nutrient (carbohydrate, fat, protein), and vitamin & mineral (enzyme producing) content.
We will concern ourselves with the calorie & enzyme producing components of foods. While it is true, enzymes are not found in foods, it has been simplified by researchers, that vitamins can be considered biochemicals found in foods that, among their many other functions, stimulate living tissues to produce enzymes that ideally are sufficient to breakdown that particular food's caloric nutrients. Therefore, for our purposes the relative result of vitamin ingestion is the production of enzymes.
Surprisingly, in the case of the negative calorie foods in question not only do they contain sufficient vitamins & minerals to break down the host calories there is actually a surplus of these enzyme producing biochemicals. This simply means that once ingested these “negative calories” foods provide for enzyme production in quantities sufficient to break down not only its own host calories, but possibly additional calories present in digestion as well.
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