Should We Avoid Frozen Fruits & Vegetables? Dr Michael Greger
Freeze your diet to improve weightloss
Chill out; it’s good for your waistline. New research from weight-loss scientists suggests you can chisel out your abs with one surprisingly simple trick. Eating ice each morning can lead to a marked reduction in body fat, reports theAnnals of Internal Medicine, with each litre of liquid correlating to a one-mile run. Ingesting cold substances causes your body to expend energy while it attempts to raise your core temperature – meaning you can ditch kilos with sub-zero effort. Test out these creative cubes and watch the pounds thaw away.
Juice it up
After your workouts, try crunching some frozen watermelon juice. TheAmerican Chemical Societyfound that the fruit’s amino acids help to relieve post-training soreness and aid fat loss. Oh, and it tastes like a Slush Puppie, too.
Dilute your favourite hot sauce with water or add jalapeño peppers to an ice tray and freeze for a hot way to cool off your cravings. Chilli has appetite-shrinking effects, meaning you’ll be burning body fat as well as your tongue.
Take a shot
Coffee doesn’t have to be scalding. Let your espresso shots cool and freeze into cubes for an easy morning boost that will kickstart your body’s flab-burning mechanisms. Crunch it down or add two cubes to a glass of cold milk.
Video: Health Alert: Freezing the Fat Off
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