5 Low Carb Foods For Weight Loss

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The majority of people think that the carbs are their enemy when they are on the diet. The people think that the carbs make them fat. The fact is that the crabs won’t make you fat as the crabs are required for the energy. Yes, of course, carbs increase your weight but there are some healthy carbs which help you to lose weight. (Also read: Heavy Dumbbell Exercises To Lose Weight)

If you consume a nutritious diet with at least two to three grams of fibre per 100 calories then your body breaks down fibre more slowly, keep you feeling full for longer time.

Here are the healthy carb foods which help you to lose weight:

Barley

The half cup of cooked barley contains 97 calories, 22-gram carbs and 3-gram fibre. It also fights hunger by raising blood sugar levels.

Green Peas

The half cup of cooked green peas contains 67 calories, 12.5 gram and 4.5 fibre. This quantity of green meet your 12 percent of daily required zinc. It also reduces the hunger by the levels of leptin. The leptin is the hormone that signals your brain when your stomach has had enough. (Also read: Bedtime drink to reduce belly fat quickly)

Whole- wheat pasta

The two ounces of dry whole- wheat pasta contains 198 calories, 43-gram carbs, 5-gram fibre. The higher intake of whole grains associated with a lower BMI and less abdominal fat.

Whole- wheat bread

Two slices of bread contain 160 calories, 30 grams carbs and 8-gram fibre. Don’t say no to sandwiches. Just see the bread is made of 100 percent of whole wheat. Then the one slice of bread contains 80 to 90 calories at least 2 grams and less than 1 gram sugars per slice.

Beans

A half cup of beans contains 109 calories, 20-gram carbs and 8 gram of fibre. The beans eater have a lower risk of expanding waistline. (Also read: High-calorie food items that are actually great for weight loss)

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