Certain foods have a very high thermogenic effect, so you literally scorch calories as you chew. Your body burns twice as many calories breaking down whole foods (especially those rich in fiber such as oatmeal and brown rice) than processed foods.
Protein has a high thermogenic effect: You burn about 30% of the calories the food contains during digestion (so a 300-calorie chicken breast requires about 90 calories to break it down).


Tip: Use the Manna FAT burner 20 minutes prior to exercise for more energy, as the energy comes from released fat. The Manna FAT burner can be taken with any food, the product is designed to boost the metabolism and helps to increase fat burning properties.





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