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On the surface it seems that not eating junk food and eating only healthy, living, unprocessed foods would do the trick. But in order to achieve quicker results, you need to take it a step further by fueling your fat burning engine.

The key is clean proteins and lots of vegetables. And do not be afraid of healthy high fat foods such as avocados, nuts and seeds, coconut oil, butter, eggs and animal fat that are not heated at high temperatures and are organically raised.

Beneficial sources of protein include:

Beneficial sources of carbohydrates (fibrous veggie type) include: Any vegetable (the more colorful the better). Fruits are excellent to feed the body with if there is a sugar craving.

Good sources of starchy carbohydrates are:

Limit yourself to 1 or 2 pieces of total bread a day.  Preferably none. Ezekiel bread or sprouted bread would be a better choice than wheat or white bread but still limit the intake and sandwiches need to be open faced. The same serving limitations apply to Dairy also.

Limit yourself to 1 or 2 small servings of noodles and pasta a Week.  It does not matter if they are whole grain.  Whole grain is more nutritious but research has shown for it to be just as fattening to the body. Again, it would be best to have no noodles or pasta.

Avoid all white sugary foods such as cakes, candy, cookies, ice cream, pastries etc.

Avoid Fried Foods, processed meats such as hot dogs and salami, Avoid Pizza and Pies and starchy processed foods such as Pancakes, biscuits, bagels, pastas, crackers, granola bars, etc.

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