- Avoid all polyunsaturated fats, meaning liquid oils, nuts, and seeds.
- Use coconut oil and MCT oil as your fat sources, these types of fats increases your metabolic rate.
- Avoid starches meaning bread, rice, and pasta, as they increase your fat production.
- Use boiled vegetables including potatoes instead of starches with your evening meal.
- Use 100 grams of good protein per day including meat from ruminant animals, shellfish, eggs, low-fat milk, low-fat Greek yogurt, and low-fat cheese.
- Use lots of calcium-rich foods including low-fat cheese, low-fat milk, and Greek yogurt. The calcium in these foods is a very important metabolic regulator, in that calcium inhibits the fat-forming enzyme, fatty acid synthase, and increase the mitochondrial function.
- Use orange juice and low starchy fruits between meals, to keep your blood sugar up and increase your production of the active thyroid hormone T3.
- Eat two big raw carrots per day. The carrot fibers clean out your intestine and fill you up so you are less hungry.
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