This is an extraordinary banana smoothie recipe for weight loss and getting a flat stomach.
Combining banana with good and healthy ingredients helps increase metabolism and burn belly fat, thus effectively and naturally bringing you closer to your desired healthy body.
Most people think that bananas cause weight gain and obesity. But this is not true because banana, besides its wonderful nutritional properties for body and health, contributes to the weight loss process. Combining banana with good and healthy ingredients helps increase metabolism and burns belly fat, and thus effectively and naturally brings you closer to your desired body shape. Stay tuned for this fat-burning banana smoothie.
The extraordinary banana smoothie recipe for weight loss
- Banana 1
- Greek yogurt half a glass
- Ginger powder half a teaspoon
- Coconut oil 1 tbsp
- Flaxseed 1 tbsp
Mix all the ingredients in a blender until the mixture is smooth. Here’s your simple fat-burning banana smoothie for weight loss.
Drink this fat-burning smoothie every morning on an empty stomach. This drink will help you start your day in a healthy way, because it is energizing and it activates your metabolism.
You need to have regular exercise program along with this fat-burning banana smoothie to achieve a good result and burn the belly fat.
The Health Benefits of Fat Burning Banana Smoothie for Weight Loss
Banana for weight loss
Banana is rich in fiber (2.6 grams of fiber per 100 grams of banana) and at the same time contains calories. Remember that high fiber levels will lead to weight loss. Research results that have been carried out on 252 women for 20 months show that each gram of fiber in the daily diet of these women reduced their weight by about 0.25 kg. Fibers make us feel full without having to eat too much.
Ginger for weight loss
According to the traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda), ginger root can help control weight, and it’s interesting to know that the results of new research have also proved this claim. Research results published in the Journal of the Science and Food of Agriculture in 2014 show that overweight laboratory rats, which received gingernol (one of the ginger compounds), were more prone to lose weight after 30 days. Additionally, experts observed that the levels of glucose in these rats also decreased and the leptin hormone in them was increasing. Leptin is a hormone that plays a big role in creating a sense of satiety after eating.
Coconut oil for weight loss
While most foods contain long-chain fatty acids, coconut oil is composed almost entirely of medium chain fatty acids. The medium chain fatty acids break down differently compared to other long-chain fatty acids. These fatty acids are sent directly from the digestive tract to the liver, where they are used directly for energy, or decomposed and excreted through the kidneys. A study conducted on mice, where one group of them were fed with long-chain fat while the another group with medium-chain fat, showed that rats fed with medium-chain fat were 20% slimmer and had less body fat (23%) compared to the other group).
Flaxseed for weight loss
Flaxseed helps you lose weight by increasing the sense of satiety, because it contains fiber. As a result, you consume less food and are more likely to lose weight. In 2012, research results at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark showed that the appetite of participants who consumed drinks containing flaxseed significantly decreased, and felt full sooner.
Research results from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and the College of Medicine at the Beijing Union show that lignans, or the phenolic compounds present in flaxseed oil, can increase blood glucose levels, which helps lose weight and regulares insulin production in your body. Increasing insulin secretion leads to an accumulation of fats and compulsive eating.
Remember that high levels of flaxseed is not recommended to people suffering from diverticulum.
Excessive consumption of ginger is also not recommended for pregnant women and those suffering from high blood pressure or other blood related complications.