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3 Calcium-Rich Foods That Burn Fat Naturally!

You are what you eat, and if what you eat is unhealthy, your body is going to be loaded with these empty calories too. In trying to lose weight, we often choose to indulge in low-calorie foods that also end up being low in essential nutrients such as calcium.

But did you know that calcium is heavily linked to weight-loss? So much so that you can add several calcium-rich foods that will help you get to your weight loss goals in the healthiest way possible. This is primarily based on research that proves fat cells with higher calcium were likely to get burnt off faster.

Here are some of the healthiest, most calcium-rich foods that burn fat naturally—a lot of them are vegan friendly too:

 1.     Sesame and flax seeds

If you haven’t started adding more seeds to your diet, you are missing out. Not only do they add flavor, aromas, textures, they also add tons of nutritional benefits. Flax seeds, chia seeds, basil seeds are some of the most nutrient-dense foods you can add to your meals, milkshakes, or smoothies. But there's one seed that doesn't get enough credit for all its benefits: sesame. This small white seed is commonly used in cooking, sprinkled for garnishing, or to make pastes like tahini.

However, it’s full of calcium and a powerful fat-burner that offers over 25% of the RDI for calcium, while being exceptionally low in calories.

2.     Leafy greens like kale and spinach

You've probably been told to eat your greens all through your life, but there's more truth to that advice than you'd ever imagine. Not only are vegetables like spinach, broccoli, and kale incredibly rich in iron and potassium, they’re loaded with calcium too. You can enjoy these vegan sources of calcium by adding them to your daily meals without worrying about other reactions, such as with dairy.

3.     Dairy products like milk, cheese, and yogurt

There's no denying that one of the primary sources of calcium is dairy, and while not a lot of us may respond to dairy consumption like before (hello lactose intolerance!) for those of us who can, it’s great to add to your diet.


But calcium itself is not enough to boost fat-loss, albeit crucial. You will need a balanced diet, and exercise is very important too. For more guidance, especially to reduce belly fat in a  healthy and balanced way, join our nutrition and weight management course, and be on your way to your healthiest self. Contact us to know more!


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