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7 Fabulous Post Work Foods Helping Your Lose Weight!

Looking for some good post workout foods for fat loss? If you’re trying to lose weight and fat, it comes down to more than #exercising. Nutritional supplementation, especially after working out, is essential to burning fat and putting on some lean muscle mass. Instead of reaching for an extra-large pizza or giant fudge brownie sundae, remember that working out doesn’t give you license to eat whatever you want. Try these top post workout foods for fat loss that can actually help speed up your metabolism.


1. Eggs



Eggs are by far one of the best post workout foods for fat loss. They’re cheap, readily available, and can be prepared about a million different ways. You can scramble your eggs, poach them, or even fold them into a veggie omelet. Eggs are also packed with loads of protein, which is definitely something you want after a hard session at the gym. If you swear by eating only egg whites, remember that the yolk of the egg contains most of the vitamins, minerals, and protein.


3. Chicken Breast



If you’re trying to lose weight or cut fat, chicken is another lean protein source that should be a staple in your diet. Muscles need protein to fuel your recovery, meaning you’ll get stronger in less time. With 20 grams of protein and practically no fat, chicken breasts are a great post workout food to help you shed excess weight. Like eggs, you can make chicken in a bunch of different ways too. Bake it, braise it, lightly pan fry it in a little coconut oil—the possibilities are endless.


3. Cottage Cheese 





Sometimes, you just don’t feel like cooking after working out. And that’s totally okay! When you’re having a lazy day after working out and just want to hang out, cottage cheese is a great post workout food. A ½ cup serving contains a whopping 13 grams of protein, making it comparable to two eggs. Better yet, cottage cheese doesn’t require any preparation. Just spoon into a dish and eat!



4. Avocados






Who would have thought that fat could #burn fat? When it comes to avocados, this is completely true. We used to think that eating too much fat was the reason for weight gain. But studies actually show that moderate healthy fat consumption can actually boost our body’s ability to burn fat, specifically belly fat! Adding a little avocado to your salad, eggs, or grilled chicken might be just what you need to satisfy your appetite and help you shed fat.



5. Sweet Potatoes 





Most health and fitness gurus shy away from eating loads of carbohydrates. But I think the right combination of protein AND carbs is what actually leads to more fat loss. The key to eating carbs after working out is picking a carb that is loaded with fiber to prevent spikes in blood sugar. Sweet potatoes are a fantastic post workout food. Their high vitamin A content also makes them an excellent part of any healthy diet.



6. Oatmeal 






Sweet potatoes aren’t the only carb that has fiber. Play your cards right and you can find a ton of other healthy carbs to fuel recovery and help nourish your body after working out. If you like to work out in the morning, oatmeal is a fantastic choice. It’s high in fiber and low in refined sugar. Jazz it up with nuts, dried fruit, a drizzle of raw honey, or any other healthy topping that floats your boat.



7. Leafy Greens





Few people talk about eating leafy greens after a #workout. But leafy greens like kale, Swiss chard, and spinach are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to help you recover at a faster pace. Greens aren’t very high in calories, so you’ll most likely need to pair them with some protein for a truly satisfying post workout meal. Otherwise they’re a great post workout food to ease muscle soreness and keep you healthy.

Proper nutrition is one of the most important parts to a consistent exercise regimen, but few people know exactly how to fuel their bodies pre and post workout. What are some of your favorite things to eat after exercising?:)




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