Lose Weight with Kiwi
Edited by Donna, Eng, vc
Weight Loss and Other Benefits of Eating Kiwis
The kiwi fruit facilitates weight loss because:
- It is a filling food that acts as a safe natural appetite suppressant
- People who consume kiwi fruit for a month can lower their blood triglyceride levels by 15%
- It is a very high source of fiber that slows down sugars entering the blood stream thereby preventing insulin resistance and helping sweep debris and toxins out of the intestines.
- It is extremely high in Vitamin C and Vitamin K (more than an orange), which facilitates overall good health and prevents the flu and colds that can occur in people who over-exercise or who are on low calorie diets
- It is a rare vegan source of folate, which helps dieters absorb B vitamins and iron
- It is a rich source of vitamin E, which helps skin that has gone flabby to bounce back after weight loss
- It contains phytonutrients that prevent asthma attacks, allowing asthmatic dieters to work out, walk or jog longer
- It is a water-soluble antioxidant that helps reduce the inflammation caused by diseases that can prevent exercise such as arthritis, rheumatism and diabetes
Lose Weight On The Kiwi Fruit Diet
- 2Kiwis have nearly a full amino acid profile, which makes you feel clear and focused. You won't feel hungry because they are full of fiber. For an extra boost of fiber, eat the skin of the kiwi as well.Eat three medium-sized sliced kiwis first thing in the morning instead of your usual breakfast.Advertisement
- 4The more kiwis that you eat, the more weight you will lose.Add kiwi to your diet in additional ways throughout the day, outlined as below in additional ways to add Kiwi to your diet.
Additional Ways to Add Kiwi Fruit to Your Diet
- 8Brown chopped onion and raw chopped garlic in olive oil for three minutes and then ad it to a food processor. Add the pulp of two kiwis, two mandarin oranges along with ½ cup extra virgin olive oil, ¼ cup balsamic vinegar and salt and pepper to taste. This dressing goes particularly well on Southwestern style chicken salads and taco salads.Make a kiwi salad dressing.
- 11Mix one drained can of tuna in water, three tablespoons mashed guacamole, a half a teaspoon of your favorite mustard, one finely diced small dill pickle, one finely diced carrot and one finely chopped celery stick. Mix together and serve as is on a lettuce leaf or in a wrap.Make guacamole tuna salad.
- 14Chop kiwi fruit into bite sized pieces and chill them for an hour. Melt 3/4 cup coconut oil, ¼ cup Truvia,1/2 of a teaspoon real vanilla extract and one cup of sugar-free cocoa or chocolate chips in the top of a double boiler. Dip the kiwi fruit pieces in the melted chocolate on a chilled metal tray.. The chocolate will solidify. Be sure to eat these immediately for best results.Make Chocolate Covered Kiwi bites.
- 15Blend together two peeled kiwis, the fruit of one whole lime a teaspoon of stevia or sugar, two tablespoons chopped mint and two ounces of bourbon for an interesting variation on a classic Southern cocktail.Make a Kiwi Mint Julep.Advertisement
Tips and Tricks
- Do not refrigerate or cook kiwis or you risk destroying their Vitamin C content; they are best eaten at room temperature
- Never sprinkle kiwis with sugar as that would defeat the purpose of losing weight; if you do not find the fruit sweet enough then use a bit o Xylitol or Stevia as a sweetener
- You can realistically expect to lose a pound a week eating kiwi and nothing else in the morning.
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