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Santa Claus Measuring Fat Belly The holidays are around the corner and for some this can be challenging to keep a healthy diet. By adding the following foods in your diet, you will be able to keep your metabolism working strong this holiday season. Let’s face it, this is the hardest time of the year to keep a healthy diet, but with small additions you can make a big difference! Here is a list of the following foods you can add to your meals to help burn fat!

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a popular spice in this time of year, and that’s good news!  This delicious spice has been found to aid in digestion and regulate blood sugar levels causing your metabolism to boost! So add a pinch of cinnamon to your coffee, fruits and desserts and keep your metabolism working strong!

Pears

Pears a delicious healthy snack you can add to your holiday diet. Pears contain pectin which binds with water limiting fat absorption in the body.

Turkey

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Turkey a popular thanksgiving option is also a star protein in Christmas dinners. Thankfully Turkey is a lean protein that will 

keep you full and energized longer without packing many calories. Have plenty of Turkey and feel charged for the day!

Dark Chocolate

Planning on bringing a box of chocolates to your host for the holidays? Bring dark

 chocolate! It is packed with antioxidants and fat burning properties making it the perfect choice for a healthy dessert! Burn fat for you and your hosts without even mentioning it! 

Lemons

Add lemon to your water and salad dressings and burn fat right out of your belly! Lemon has been shown to have many benefits including fat burning properties! Zest up your drinks and be refreshed with this delicious citrus fruit!

Sweet Potatoes 

Sweet potatoes are packed with fiver which helps in digestion and keeps you feeling full for longer! Create a delicious sweet potato carrot mash for a nice healthy side dish with your Christmas dinner! Your friends and family will thank you for saving them that extra notch in their belts!

Try your best to make these small healthy choices during the holiday season and see big results! Prepare to get back in the gym after the break and don’t overdo it too much 😉

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