According to many researches made by health experts, the best way to shed weight is speeding up the metabolism. At this point what you need to know is that there are many natural foods that will help us boost the metabolism. However, if you want to achieve this, you need to pay attention to the spices that you use. This following diet is known as MURDERER OF OBESITY!

During the weight loss process, hunger is not an unusual and uncommon feeling. In order to avoid specific diets with lowering the calories intake which produce the hunger feeling, you need to combine specific herbs and add them in the food you prepare. Consuming this kind of herbs, will speed up your metabolism and help you burn fat and eliminate obesity.

These are the most popular known herbs and spices that we use daily which are proven to boost the metabolism:

  • Cinnamon
  • Cayenne
  • Cumin
  • Ginger
  • Garlic
  • Black pepper
  • Cardamom
  • Dandelions

This was also proven by a study which was conducted by the scientists of the Medical Sciences University of Iran. For the purpose of this study, the participants were divided into 2 groups. Each group was consisted of 44 women. All of these women had problems with their weight.

For the next 90 days the women from both groups were eating healthy and they consumed less than 1000 calories a day. The only difference in their diet was the spices. Namely, the first group consumed 3 grams of powdered cumin every day. They usually mixed the cumin with 140 g. of yogurt. The second group on the other hand consumed the same amount of yogurt but without the cumin.

The results were unbelievable. The group who consumed cumin with their yogurt, lost 14 pounds more than the group who consumed their yogurt without cumin.

Furthermore, the first group burned more fat and eliminated obesity than the second group. Participants in group A lost 14.64% fat, while the participants in group B lost only 4.91% fat.

The cumin is rich in Phytosterol and that explains the results. Phytosterol has the ability to prevent retention of cholesterol in your body.