Apples are the ultimate snack. They juicy crunchy, and filling. This favorite snack of many is chock-full of fiber, a nutrient that’s known to boost feelings of fullness and ward off hunger pangs.
Simply have a whole apple for a fulfilling snack or throw slices into a salad, bake some with chicken, or cook up a low-cal dessert.
Watermelon has high water content and a healthy dose of vitamin A, vitaminb6, vitamin C, amino acids, lycopene, and antioxidants. Due to the various nutrients present in it, consuming watermelon is a great and refreshing way of burning fats, keeping the body hydrated, lowering oxidative stress, reducing inflammation and improving heart health.
Lemon is one of the popularly known fruits for weight loss. It is rich extremely rich in vitamin C and has smaller amounts of calcium, magnesium, copper, folate, thiamine, and pantothenic acid. In addition to aiding in losing weight, lemons were also found beneficial in supporting bone health, preventing or dissolving kidney stones, increasing iron absorption, clearing up the skin and boosting immunity and heart health.
Like watermelons, grapefruit is more than 90% water and half of a medium of it has only 60 calories.
Results of a study published in 2014 revealed that grapefruit contains a compound called naringin which can help lower blood sugar and ultimately lead to weight loss.
So enjoy some grapefruit at every opportunity — squeeze it into your water, throw some wedges into your salad, or use it like lemon to flavor your food.
Papaya is a powerful food with versatile capabilities. It is loaded with, protein, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin B9, vitamin C, antioxidants, and traces of lycopene; magnesium; calcium; and vitamin B1, B3, B5, E, and K. Aside from being one of the best fat burners, it can also health treat skin damage, maintain heart health, aid in digestion and is believed to possess anticancer properties.