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3. SWAP CORN-FED BEEF FOR GRASS-FED

11 Food swaps to lose belly fat

Of course, red meat should only be eaten in moderation, but when you do eat beef, swap grass-fed beef for corn-fed beef. Grass-fed beef is lower in calories, hormones and antibiotics than regular beef. The ratio of “bad” omega-6 fats to “good” omega-3 fats far more favorable in grass-fed beef than in corn-fed beef. Omega-6 fats are harmful, as they are thought to trigger inflammation, and increase the risk of heart disease and cancer. But wait, that’s not all! In terms of belly fat, grass-fed beef wins out too. Grass-fed beef is richer in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which may decrease abdominal fat and increase muscle mass. 

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  1. Sorry i am not trying to be a total jerk i am very intrigued by this website i love it, it is very helpful and useful!! But i was just noticing in this specific section there is a couple things that i was thrown off by and maybe i am being knit picky but when you are saying to swap foods for another i would expect the bad food to be first and the good food to be second, for instance the first item swapping oats for sugary cereals to me sounds like i should be swapping oatmeal for cocoa puffs which i do not think is your intention, the paragraph explanation under the header does coincide with your title but it is still a little offsetting, maybe i am the only one that is thinking this way but i feel it’s a little backwards, also i noticed a typo in the very first sentence of this “swapping your regular sugary cereal for rolled outs…. i think should be oats?? I do apologize i may come off as a little over analytical but i do enjoy this site greatly and i am citing this with good intentions.

  2. Sweet. I always eat old fashion oats for breakfast. not the artificial kind. I always prefer brown rice than white rice, add mix vegetables, tuna, lemon, little soy sauce, and chile. that stuff is yummy, lol.

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