The Top 5 Fruits for FAST Weight Loss [Part 1]

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The Best Fruits For Fast Weight Loss

The best fruits for fast weight loss: A number of national and international health organizations laud the benefits associated with a diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables and recommend that folks increase their consumption to reduce the risk of developing lifestyle-related conditions, including overweight and obesity.

Despite the myriad benefits, many health professionals often recommend that folks limit fruit intake when they’re trying to lose weight, and militant health gurus may go so far as to suggest the complete elimination of fruit from the diet when trying to optimize fat loss.

But what does the research say.

And how might such drastic measures impact your health, vitality, and performance. After all, a good nutrition plan should not only help you look better, it should help you feel and live better as well.

Often, recommendations for fruit intake get grouped together with vegetables, and this can lead folks to believe that the two are synonymous.

It is fair to say that fruits and vegetables may not be identical in nutritional value, and as a result, they shouldn’t be lumped together in a single category.

For instance, vegetables typically contain fewer calories and carbohydrates per serving than fruits, which contain more naturally-occurring sugar.

With that being said, steadily rising rates of overweight and obesity have far more to do with overconsumption of refined carbohydrates and added sugars than they do with eating too much fruit.

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Like vegetables, fruits are rich in important micronutrients, for example vitamins and minerals, and they are also packed with important phytochemicals, which act as potent antioxidants that help combat free radicals and reduce oxidative stress.

What’s more, fruits are also a very good source of dietary fiber, have high water content, and are considered low-energy-dense foods, which means that they contain a relatively low amount of calories for a given unit of food.

All of these factors play a crucial role in optimizing health and weight management. In fact, some studies suggest that how much you eat daily is regulated by the weight of the food rather than by a certain number of calories.

Along those lines, researchers have found that when folks consume low-energy-dense foods, they feel satisfied earlier and those feelings of fullness persist for relatively longer periods of time—despite reductions in calorie intake.

In other words, diets rich in low-energy-dense foods like fruits and vegetables allow folks to eat more food, which leads to greater feelings of satiety.

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top 5 fruits weight lossAs mentioned, fruit is also a very good source of fiber, which can promote a healthy digestive tract and regularity, improve carbohydrate management, for example slowed gastric emptying, promote satiety, reduce calorie intake, and enhance weight loss.

Simply put, fiber is a nutrition all-star, and not surprisingly, researchers have linked low fiber intakes to increased risk for diabetes and obesity.

What’s more, studies consistently demonstrate that diets higher in fiber help with weight loss and weight management.

Fruits are low-energy-dense foods, rich in important phytochemicals, and packed with satiating fiber, but what does the research say?

Is there any evidence that suggests that fruits can help promote weight loss? Absolutely!

You will also find the next part in the series where we discuss the top 5 fruits for weight loss here.