Choosing Vegetables For Fat Loss & Metabolic Health

Choosing Vegetables For Fat Loss & Metabolic Health

Sure, just getting more daily vegetable intake is a step in the right direction, but not all vegetables are equal in the game of improved natural fat loss, energy, & metabolic health where the human body is concerned.

When you make choices that improve numerous areas of metabolic function you engage ALL of your fat natural fat loss & energy potential to live leaner, vs. just engaging 1 or 2.

If you can get a leaner body naturally AND better health, why not? Damian’s 40 shortly & his lean healthy muscular conditioning is exceptional visual proof of working these principles.

Functional nutrition is one of the key tenets of enhanced natural fat loss.

Choose daily vegetables that improve immune function, toxin removal, gut bacteria, pH, digestion & hormonal balance. Some examples would be sea veg, brussels, collards or mustard greens.

Which new vegetable above will you commit to try this week?

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Author: Heather Dubé, HHC, AADP, ACSM CWC, NASM CPT, NC Cand. & BA Psychology, is a Functional Nutrition Practitioner, US National-Level Natural NPC Figure Bodybuilding Competitor & Contributing Expert Magazine Writer with 24 years experience, and Co-Founder of the e3 Energy Evolved™ System.

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