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The compound that is responsible for the accumulation of fats in the body is cholesterol which is produced in the liver and when the amount of fats is huge in the body, it is likely to face many complications that may be difficult to handle. It is therefore better to deal with the problem before things get worse. Here are a few foods that can help burn the excess fat from the body.

Oatmeal
This one of the best fat burning foods as this contains a huge amount of soluble fiber in it and this does not cause the insulin spike and so that the body does not store the fat. The rate of fat burning is also high when you have an oatmeal breakfast everyday.

Nuts
Nuts like almonds and walnuts make you feel fuller and help in controlling one’s appetite. Though they are highly useful in burning fats, it is important that you consume only within limits else the calorie content in your body may increase. This is the purpose that nuts are included in the high protein diet.

Beetroot
The entire focus of the beetroot is on the liver and kidneys. They help in driving the fat out of the body and cleanse the blood cells and keep the deposition of fat in them at bay.

Carrots
Just as the beetroot, carrots also play an important role in reducing the fat content of the body and the carotene which is a form of vitamin A is responsible for the cleaning out of fat from the body.

Garlic
Garlic is known as one of the best cholesterol lowering foods and the promotion of a vigorous action of peristalsis, a kind of contraction of the muscles which eliminates the excessive fat. The most advantageous part is that the loss of weight happens quite quickly.

Lettuce
The green leafy vegetables are one of the best sources of the soluble fiber that can aid in the removal of fat from the body. The minerals like iron and magnesium helps in the better functioning of the immune system and also increases the metabolism rate due to which the fat is lost.

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