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Here’s how to lose belly fat without doing any exercises!

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Belly fat is one of the most common aesthetic problems for both men and women. And often, this excess fat gives us a hard time to eliminate! If you do not have the time to follow a strict diet or exercise, eat eggs for breakfast! We explain why.

Belly fat: a stubborn fat!

To lose unwanted pounds and melt the belly fat that tends to resist diets, all is not lost! Following this tip, you will promote the burning of abdominal fat. Provided you make sure you have a healthy and balanced diet in parallel. You only have one thing to do to get there: eat eggs!

Nutritionists will tell you: breakfast is THE most important meal of the day, which must never be skipped. You are probably wondering what is the favorite food in the morning to burn abdominal fat? It’s the egg!

Indeed, according to a study conducted in 2008, eggs are very effective in eliminating excess belly fat thanks to their high protein content. If your breakfast contains enough protein, you will stay full until lunch.

According to health experts, the smallest amount of protein you should consume for breakfast is estimated at 20 grams. An egg contains 6 grams of protein. Our daily protein requirements are estimated at 50 grams for a woman and 60 grams for a man.

Here are some foods rich in protein: chicken (21 grams of protein per 100 grams), cod (18 grams), two eggs (12 grams).

Eggs: your new slimming ally!

In the morning, the ideal meal is rich in protein and low in calories. To eat balanced, you can consume a hard egg in the morning, associated with an apple for example: a combination that has as many health virtues as slimming.

The egg and apple contain the same amount of calories (about 80 calories). These two foods contain essential nutrients that will allow you to be satiated until the next meal and avoid unhealthy snacks.

The egg: a food too long associated with cholesterol

Accused of increasing cholesterol levels in the blood, the egg has just been “rehabilitated” by new scientific studies. In fact, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing published the results of their research in the journal Eating Behaviors. Conducted with 40 children between the ages of 8 and 10, this study shows that eating breakfast eggs is an ideal meal because they satisfy more than other foods and increase energy. These results also apply to adults.

The egg: a concentrate of essential nutrients

• Yolk contains vitamin E, which is effective in preventing aging.
• The egg is rich in phosphorus, an essential mineral to preserve beautiful skin, strong bones and beautiful teeth.
• The egg contains iron, effective against anemia.
• It contains vitamin A which prevents eye problems and stimulates the immune system.
• The egg is highly concentrated in zinc, which promotes the growth of children.
• The egg contains vitamin B7 which stabilizes the blood sugar level but also preserves the health of hair, skin and nails.

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