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    Default Good fat burning foods

    By Selene Yeager
    Almonds and other nuts (with skins intact) Build muscle, reduce cravings.
    Dairy products (fat-free or low-fat milk, yogurt, cheese) Build strong bones, fire up weight loss.
    Eggs. ...
    Turkey and other lean meats. ...
    Berries. ...
    Enova oil (soy and canola oil) ...
    Peanut butter. ...
    Fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, mackerel)

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    **Michael Riggins** Male

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    Hi there, thanks for sharing and this really works. Foods like salmon, turkey, eggs and peanut butter is really effective. I have also heard about different weight reducing drinking and tea. My friend is following a slimming guide from the internet and he loses his 5 pound weight. I think a good diet and daily exercise can help you lose your weight.

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