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What’s up, guys? Sean Nalewanyj here atwww.SeanNal www.BodytransforamtionTruth in this tutorial here I wanted to spill a verycommon myth that you’ll see floating around in the fitness industry, which is the ideaof foods that burns fat. So you’ve probably seen articles and tutorials like this floatingaround, you know “The 8 Best Fat Burning Foodsâ€� or “5 Foods That Burn Fat Fastâ€�,and depending on how you interpret the idea of a fat burning food, it’s either a completelyfalse concept or there’s some truth to it but only a little bit. So let’s take a lookat both scenarios. So, the first is the literal idea of fat burning food; and these are theone that you’ll see on ads and in general

weight loss articles where they basicallyimplied that is you add a particular food into your diet that you’ll actually burnmore fat as a result. And this could be because the food supposedly boost your fat burninghormone levels or increases your metabolism or whatever else, and this is totally false.And for people who are totally new to fitness and proper nutrition, it’s actually a reallydangerous concept that does a lot more harm than good. It is true that when you eat aparticular food your body has to expand a certain number of calories to extract thetotal calories from that food. This is called the thermic effect of food or TEF. However,the overall result is going to be a positive

net increased in your calorie intake. There’sno such thing as a negative calorie food or a free food that you can just eat in unlimitedquantities. Anything that you consume that contains calories will add to your calorieintake. So in that sense the idea of a fat burning food is basically an oxymoron andadding a particular food to your diet on top of what you’re already eating is never goingto result in more fat loss for the day as a whole. And this is why articles that talkedabout this are dangerous because they’ll tell people that, you know, avocado is a fatburning food or coconut oil or chocolate are fat burning foods and then people think, “Okay,great, I can add some avocado or some dark

chocolate to my diet and I’m going to getbetter overall results.â€� When in reality a lot of these so called fat loss foods areactually extremely calorie densed, and the number of calories that you end up storinghugely outweighs what your body burns to digest them. Yes, obviously some foods have lowercalorie density in comparison to the total volume that they provide, vegetables are agood examples of that. And so including those foods in your diet is a helpful way to keepyourself feeling full without adding a lot of calories, but they still do add caloriesto your diet. And usually you won’t be eating them plain anyway, and so whatever else youadd to those foods also contributes to your

calorie intake. Now, unless you’re a completebeginner then I’m sure most of you were aware of that already, but I did mention thatthere was some truth to this concept and that’s because different macro nutrients have higheror lower thermic effects. So certain foods do require more calorie output to digest themin comparison to other foods. Now, there’s no universally agreed on figures here, sothese are just ballpark estimates but dietary fat has the lowest TEF at about 35% , carbohydratesare around 515% and protein is the highest at about 2030%, and fiber is also about thesame as protein. So in other words of you ate a hundred calories worth of fat, yourbody would expand, maybe 5 calories in order

to extract those hundred calories and so thenet results would be 95 calories. Whereas if you ate a hundred calories worth of protein,your body might expand, say 25 calories, and so the net result might be 75 calories. Soin that sense the idea of fat burning foods, sort of make sense but only in terms of comparingone food item that has a lower thermic effect and with the same number of total caloriesas another food item that has a higher thermic effect. So, for example, a can of tuna couldbe looked at as more of a fat burning food than one and a half table spoons of oliveoil because even though they both have the same calorie content your body has to expandmore energy to extract the calories from the

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