Heard the saying ‘food is the spice of life’? Well, it seems we can go one step further and say that ‘spices are the spice of life’. Spices are not only a way to invigorate an otherwise boring healthy meal. It seems that spices can help you burn more body fat.
According to the January 2006 issue of The Journal of Physiology and Behavior, numerous studies on several spices have increased thermogenesis in the body. Thermogenesis is simply heat – and since a calorie is a unit of heat, turn up your body heat and burn more calories.
Burn more calories – burn more fat. How easy is that.
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As a sneaky peak – here’s the spices that work the best to help you burn bodyfat:
- Capsaicin – the compound gives red chili pepper its heat, increased energy via heat expenditure by up to 23% after ingesting it at breakfast.
- Black Pepper– increases body heat (thermogenesis) by bonding to TRPV1 receptors in the brain.
- Turmeric – has both anti-cancer and pro-thermogenic support. Two for one!
Combine these three spices: Red chili pepper, black pepper and turmeric, and use them liberally (as you can handle them) on your lunch and dinner meals. Just don’t overdo it and end up with more heartburn than fatburn.