With summer right around the corner, everybody is looking for that magic pill to allow them to lose a little more body fat. (Brace yourself) There is no magic pill… But there is a little magic elsewhere.

Thermogenic Properties is the little magic that you are looking for.

What is Thermogenesis anyway?

Thermogenesis is the process of heat production in organisms. Certain foods have a very high thermogenic effect, so you literally scorch calories as you chew. Other eats contain nutrients and compounds that stoke your metabolic fire. https://nutrawiki.org/thermogenic-properties/

So what does that mean for you?

It means that there are spices, herbs, and foods that you can eat to help you burn even more fat.

YES! You eat these on top or your diet and you lose more body fat. How ironic, you eat more and burn more calories. Now that’s the magic were looking for.

Now, where can you find this magic pixie dust you ask?

There are many items that contain these properties

Some spices that have this magic stuff includes Cumin, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger, Turmeric, Cayenne Pepper, and even Mustard!

Natural drinks that contain Thermogenics include Green Tea, Guarana, and Black Coffee.

Foods that contain the dust of Tinker Bell include Hot Peppers such as fresh Jalapeños, Habanero, Bell Peppers, etc..

Things to keep an eye out for would be for added sugars, preservatives, and words you cant pronounce in the ingredient label.

Whether you Sprinkle, Eat, or Drink this magic stuff, if you pair this with a good diet there is no reason you shouldn’t be ready for summer season.


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