3 Unique Fat Burning Meals

One of the main reasons I was able to lose 30 lbs in 3 months was because I did not get tired of 3 delicious fat burning meals.  You may wonder how in the heck can 3 meals help you burn fat and be delicious at the same time.

Well, the answer is simple when you stop and see what these meals were.  I applied a little known trick to my daily diet and before I knew it, presto I had lost my stomach fat and had a chiseled mid section.

Enough about how great of results these meals have given me, let’s look at what they are and how they can do the same for you as they did for me.

Delicious Fat Burning Meal #1: Grilled Chicken Breast with a baked potato and a salad.

What I like to do is marinate my chicken breast the night before with some Italian dressing (low fat/low calorie) to give it some flavor. For my salad, I apply the same concept as I do with my chicken breast by putting some fat free Italian dressing on it.  Feel free to use your dressing of choice as long as it is not in excess and of course is fat free/low calorie.

Serving Sizes:

For men: 4-5 oz. chicken breast.  A medium sized potato with a bowl of salad.

For women: 2-3 oz. chicken breast.  A medium sized potato with a bowl of salad.

Delicious Fat Burning Meal #2: Grilled Tilapia with brown (or white) rice and broccoli.

I like to marinate my tilapia the night before with some Italian dressing (same way as I described above) and boil my rice and broccoli on the stove top.

Serving Sizes:

For men: 4-5 oz. of tilapia.  One cup of uncooked rice and a cup of broccoli.

For women: 2-3 oz. of tilapia.  A half cup of uncooked rice with a cup of broccoli.

Delicious Fat Burning Meal #3: Top Sirloin Steak with asparagus and nuts.

I apply the same marinating technique as described in the other 2 meals for my sirloin steak.  Many people get the misconception that red meat is bad for you but as long as you follow a program that allows you to eat one red meat a day, you will benefit greatly.

I like to put a little bit of oil in a pan and cook my asparagus on a stove top.  My choice of oil is smart balance as it is high in healthy fats such as polyunsaturated and monounsaturated.  And last but not least is nuts.  I like to consume no more than a handful on a daily basis.  If you follow this strategy correctly, nuts will give you some healthy fats and other health benefits as long you do not eat more than what is prescribed.

Serving Sizes:

For men: 4-5 oz. of Sirloin Steak.  A cup of asparagus and nuts.

For women: 2-3 oz. of Sirloin Steak.  A cup of asparagus and nuts.

So now that you know what these 3 delicious fat burning meals can do for you, the rest is up to you.  Take action now and give these meals a shot.  I assure you the results will be well worth your time!

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1003439_460032467420361_612022272_nAnthony Alayon is the owner of Health Reporter Daily, is a best selling fitness author, and creator of the 101 Toxic Food Ingredients They Never Told You About. He is also creator of the Fat Extinction Program and co-creator of The University of Abs. He has over 12 years experience in the fitness industry. Anthony is a writer for Natural Muscle Magazine and has been featured in major online publications such as the NY Times About.com site to Bodybuilding, Bodybuilding.com, Labrada.com and HugoRivera.net. Be sure to check out his Toxic Foods website below:

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2 Responses for 3 Unique Fat Burning Meals

  1. April 21, 2010 8:58 pm

    Good looking recipes! I’m always on the lookout for healthy high protein meals because i tend to get boored with eathing the exact same things over and over again. I’ll have to give these marinading tips a try.

  2. Claude Thomas

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    November 15, 2010 3:51 pm

    One cup of uncooked rice yields a pot full of rice. Am I supposed to eat a pot of rice with these meals?