Vegetables That Fight the Root Cause of Belly Fat

I’m going to talk to you about something that may be a little sensitive for you…

Now we’re both adults here and I don’t feel the need to sugarcoat this so here goes—your hormones may be sabotaging your weight and beauty.

See, there are certain toxic chemicals you’re exposed to every day through no fault of your own—they’re nearly impossible to avoid unless you live in a bubble.

They’re in your food, they’re in your water, in the air you breath, and they’re building up in your body.

As you age, these chemicals trigger an imbalance called The Estrogen Effect and it can cause you to age prematurely and grind your ability to lose weight to a screeching halt.

Why?

Because The Estrogen Effect stimulates your body to store BellyFat instead of using it for energy.

Put another way—unavoidable chemicals are causing your BellyFat!

Luckily I have a simple answer that will help you FIGHT The Estrogen Effect, nourish your natural beauty, and keep you looking and feeling your best far into your golden years.

The secret comes from special class of common veggies.

They’re packed with a key phytonutrient that has the power to restore order to your hormones, burn off persistent weight gain, and could even begin to reverse the premature aging that comes with hormonal imbalance and extra body fat.

It’s really a miracle.

So what is this special class of veggies?

They’re called Cruciferous Vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, kale, bok choy, collard greens, radishes).

And they can help you regain control of your body—and finally look the way you want naturally.

If your spouse or children aren't veggie lovers, I understand. I wasn’t a vegetable fan either until I discovered a few helpful tips that made my taste-buds sing….
 

5 Quick Tips to Help You Get More Vegetables Into Your Diet

 

  1. Get All Dressed Up: Add some olive oil and garlic, salt-free spice blends, and when you GO GREEN, GO NUTS! Raw walnuts and almonds are healthy and taste great in veggie dishes.

  2. Wash ‘em down: Juice your veggies with some fruit to add sweetness and a healthy boost of flavor.

  3. Hide—No Need to Seek: Throw ‘em in a salad or tuck them away into a casserole. You won’t even know they’re there!

  4. Dazzle Them With Color: Making the plate pretty automatically enhances the flavor of any food.

  5. Get Them All Up In Your Grill: It’s a healthy way to cook and really adds a great “backyard” flavor to your veggies.

All of these tips are a great way to start incorporating more vegetables into your meals and help you shed unwanted layers belly fat, but there’s much more you can do in addition to adding these miracle foods to your diet.

Click here if you are interested in learning more about shedding belly fat once and for all using these amazing natural solutions.

Yours for excellent health,

Joe Barton
Founder & CEO
Barton Publishing Inc.

4 Comment(s)

  1. I agree with the fact that toxins are creating imbalances that lead to weight gain. I was exposed to malathion in 1996 and immediately started gaining weight despite the fact that nothing changed in my diet. Now, I'm hypothyroid and have adrenal fatigue as a result. Oh, and did I mention, now I'm 220 lbs and can't lose it. The main reason I have trouble losing weight, I think, is because I don't have much of an appetite and have never been a big eater. But here I am at 220 lbs.
    So, I like your article but I have a question. First, I've been juicing and eating raw veggies and fruits for about 8 years now with no noticeable difference in my weight.  I have read in numerous places that broccoli and cauliflower are goitrogens and people with thyroid conditions should avoid eating them raw. Therefore I have stayed away from them. Can you please comment on that for me.

    Ginger | Reply

  2. I am sure you have heard this before. But I have a Thyroid problem that all these veggies effect my thyroid function. as such i avoid them. I also notice that if I have them more than once in a while I do not fare well and then I remember I am not supposed to have them. so what do ones like me do?
    Bernadette

    bernadette | Reply

  3. Hi there Bernadette,

    Your question is an excellent one, and an important one. For people with thyroid problems, a focus on non-cruciferous vegetables is best. Leafy greens such as spinach and lettuce still have an array of benefits. Lettuce is often thought of as not being beneficial because it is mostly water and fiber. That said, per calorie, lettuce has a wealth of nutrition. In fact, per calorie, lettuce has more beta carotene than carrots!

    Fresh lettuce-based salads with cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, shredded carrots, a handful of spinach and then just a tiny bit of a minced cruciferous vegetable such as cauliflower, will trigger a chain reaction of positive events within the body. For dressing, use cold-pressed flax-seed oil (one to three tablespoons) kept in the fridge mixed with your favorite spices such as basil, sea salt, and a pinch of paprika. For some extra "body" to the salad, add a sprinkle of raisins or dried goldenberries, a tablespoon of chia seeds or sesame seeds, and two tablespoons almonds.

    A daily salad like the one I just described will provide great levels of omega fatty acids, plenty of beta carotene and other carotenoids, enough vitamin C and vitamin K for the entire day, as well as a high level of iron and calcium. Another excellent addition would be minced celery.

    ~ Raederle

    admin | Reply

  4. A great way I've been able to get my fill of great vegetables is to make a huge pot of soup made with different types of vegetables that include healthy greens, cruciferous, and high proteins such as lima beans and peas.  I then puree the soup and store and freeze it in containers so they are always handy.  I'm a middle age woman and have extremely low % body fat thanks to this strategy-hope it helps!

    Andy Grindrod | Reply

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