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Negative Calorie Foods? Come On!
By Sarah Tanner

Do you believe in negative calorie foods?

It sounds almost too good to be true. Eating in reverse? The more you eat, the more you lose?

Yes - it really is true.

Here is how it works.

You burn calories every day all the time - even when you're sleeping. But yes, there are indeed some foods which actually take more calories to burn off and digest than they provide in calories to your body. Best of all, these food burn fat calories!

Here are some negative calorie foods: asparagus, broccoli, beets, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, carrot, garlic, papaya, spinach, turnip, zucchini, apples, oranges, lettuce, grapefruit, pineapples, strawberries, and raspberries.

Why not make your favorites of these foods a regular part of your day? As you can see, they are quite a healthy selection.

Now don't go overboard and decide to eat only those foods. That won't work out too well for too long. Keep everything in moderation - as the Good Book says.

But it would be crazy not to make these foods a part of your day.

There is an ebook about this topic: http://www.drop-your-excess-weight.com/negativecalories.html

Negative calories are just one piece of the puzzle I have finally discovered about what it takes to live as a thin person.

Whatever you do, do not think negatively about yourself. See that beautiful person you can be in the mirror. You absolutely must treat yourself well and with respect. You would do the same for a friend - so why not do this for yourself?

Here's to our continued dieting success.

Sarah Tanner, who is most well known for her website http://www.irresistible-to-men.com, has written a diet book revealing the secrets of getting and remaining slim. It's not as hard as you think. Read about her simple, doable diet at http://www.drop-your-excess-weight.com

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