This is a popular myth. You can burn fat through exercise, exercise, and not by eating certain foods. Some people believe that celery, grapefruit, and cabbage soup boost metabolism and burn fat. In reality, any meal will speed up your metabolism a little, but this does not mean that you immediately begin to lose weight.
For a long time it was believed that pineapples contain bromelain, which supposedly “melts” fat in the body. In fact, pineapples contain substances that help digest proteins, and the fruit is also not very high in calories, contains fiber, so it is generally useful for losing weight, but does not burn fat.
Grapefruit also contains valuable fiber and vitamin C, therefore it helps us get enough with a minimum of calories. But, again, this does not burn fat.
Also, many losing weight rely on caffeine, believing that it accelerates metabolism and burns fat. But this is not so: caffeine simply gives us a boost of vitality. It is helpful to take it before workouts (it is often found in pre-workout complexes) to get a boost of energy, do more exercise and burn more calories. But the "acceleration" of metabolism from coffee is quite short-term and just enjoying the drink will not work to lose weight.
No, that's not true.
This is a long-lived nutritional myth. Celery, grapefruit, hot peppers are often considered to be such products.
There are no 'negative' calorie foods, but there are those that help you lose weight, most often low-calorie foods rich in protein
Yes, but this is not about the products, but about the substances they contain. For example, l-carnitine - in some way stimulates lipolysis, but it is an amino acid. Of the products there are those that contribute to some metabolic processes, digestion, excretion, that is, they also indirectly belong here (all sorts of ginger, cinnamon, a whole list of all sorts of rubbish with unsaturated fatty acids). So, yes, in principle so you can say.
You can say it's true.
For example, foods such as ginger, grapefruit, cinnamon, etc. able to "burn fat"
The fact is that the calorie content of such products is no more than the cost of their assimilation process (chewing, digestion ...). Those. we burn more calories than we get. In addition, this kind of food has a beneficial effect on the body: accelerating metabolism and improving the digestion process, removing excess fluid from the body along with harmful substances, and saturating the body with vitamins.