What Are The Best Fruits To Eat For Weight Loss? (P2)

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Best Fruits For Weight Loss #3 – Any Fruit

John Levya, CSCS, CPT shared: Any fruit is my short answer. Fruits tend to be about 100 calories per serving, don’t spike insulin very high, tend to be high in fiber, are generally a decent source of vitamins and are filling for the amount of calories they contain. I personally like berries, such as blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, etc and organic apples, but really all the fruits have different advantages and eating an overall variety throughout the week can be beneficial.


Tart of creme brulee in rosemary, raspberry & grapefruit salad in olive oil, tangerine sorbet at La Badiane

Best Fruits For Weight Loss #4 – Avocado

One fruit that may help with fat-loss are avocados. Most people who follow a restricted carbohydrate diet fail to increase their fat content high enough to keep their bodies and metabolisms operating optimally. Per fruit, avocados have about 20 grams of healthy fats which over the course of a day is relatively low. Higher fat may not only increase metabolism but also increase testosterone levels which is one of the main hormones responsible in fat loss for both men AND women – Stephen Bergeron, CSCS,  CPT


Avocado & beetroot bruschetta with féta cheese, black olive tapenade at La Badiane Restaurant.

Best Fruits For Weight Loss #5 – Grapefruit

The best fruits to eat for fat loss are the ones that will allow you to eat fewer calories than you burn. For example, although a banana is higher in sugar and calories than a handful of grapes, if eating a banana will make it less likely that you will raid the vending machine in search of a Snicker’s bar, it is a better choice. Lifestyle issues aside, my pick for best fat-burning food is grapefruit. Grapefruit’s high water content helps increase feelings of fullness while providing very few calories. In fact, it takes more energy to digest grapefruit than it contains in calories. While this does not mean someone can eat grapefruit along with anything else he or she pleases and lose weight, adding it to a well-balanced nutrition plan will certainly aid in fat loss– Charlie Seltzer, MD