5 High Calorie Foods This Is Precisely Good To Lose Weight



The dietary intake of high-calorie identical adds weight, but there are high calorie foods that are precisely good for weight loss. What are you?


When you want to lose weight, the average person focuses on reducing calorie intake. But the fact not all calories are created equal. In addition, a diet low in calories but high intake of not precise food, even trigger weight gain.


Conversely, a diet that focuses on high-calorie food and high-fat foods can help you achieve ideal weight. As well as improving overall health. This Is Insider (18/6) encapsulates 5 foods high in calories that are good for weight loss.
  1. Avocado
    So excellent healthy fruit, avocado touted as “King of healthy fats ". Nutrition coach, Candice Seti says avocados are good for controlling hunger and raising a sense of satiety. "Monounsaturated fats can be healthy in the heart, lowering cholesterol, and known as oleic acid," says Candice.

    In addition, avocado is high in potassium content and contains protein. One avocado fruit is thought to contain 322 calories. Avocado is delicious eaten directly, served as a salad or blended eggs as a healthy breakfast.
  2. Egg yolks
    Many people avoid consumption of egg yolks because they are considered high in calories and high in cholesterol. Eating egg yolks does add up to 60 calories per grain.  "Although egg yolks contain cholesterol, many studies show that eating egg yolks can improve cholesterol levels and lower the risk of heart disease," advanced Candice.

    Egg yolks also make the body more satisfied and satiety so as to prevent the craving snacking, especially in the morning in the afternoon. Candice also emphasizes the egg yolks of high protein, selenium lutein, choline, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, and vitamin A. It's just worth noting not to consume more than 1 egg per day.
  3. Almond
    When choosing a healthy snack, almond is highly recommended. About 128 grams of raw almond contains 200 calories. Snack almonds are so filling so that helps regulate the ideal body weight. In a large handful of almonds contain 3 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein.

    Almonds also help fulfill 35% daily needs of vitamin E and manganese. Other advantage, almond contains calcium, iron, riboflavin, and phosphorus.
  4. Full-fat dairy products
    Choosing yogurt or low-fat cheese can reduce a little weight. In fact, eating high-fat dairy products proved to be related to the risk reduction in future obesity. "By consuming full-fat fat-shaped dairy products, you actually eat fewer calories in front of them on that day," says Dr. Brian Quebbemann. Full-fat products mean full of flavor so that one would be more satisfied to consume them in small quantities.

    A study also proved when one eats dairy products full-fat and low-fat, the fat in the product actually delays the absorption of milk sugar. Consequently the increase in blood sugar is not too fast in a long time. Full-fat dairy products such as Greek yogurt and heavy cream are also low in lactose content so that it is easier to digest.
  5. Olive oil
    Olive oil contains a monounsaturated fatty acid Omega 9 or better known as a large oleic acid. This type of acid protects cardiovascular health. Although a tablespoon of olive oil contains 119 calories, it aids in reducing the levels of bad cholesterol.

    In addition, the consumption of olive oil has been linked to a good weight loss. In a proven study those who underwent a Mediterranean diet with the consumption of olive oil routinely, experienced more weight loss than those who lived a diet control or a similar diet but with additional nuts.