How can You Lose Weight while Eating Brownies?

Not a cookie, but not yet a cake, there’s something so satisfying about a brownie. Cravings… Here we go! It’s so chocolatey, dense, and delicious 😋 yum. 

Now, lets think about 80/20 eating rule that hopefully will remove the “guilt” while having two bars of our ever favorite decadent brownie.

Eat 80% healthy, unprocessed food and 20% a bit more indulgent. Which means cakes, cookies and brownies 😅 yay! Well, that doesn’t mean you’re heading to the nearest Starbucks for the 20% of the time…

Remember, there are healthier options to everything that can taste just a delicious. The best thing is you can add healthy ingredients to your treats that actually help your body to burn fat rather than store it. 

Now you no longer have to choose between your health and enjoying decadent desserts.

Here’s a No-Bake Fat Burning Brownie Recipe:

Ingredients1 cup raw cocao powder1/4 tsp cayenne2 tsp cinnamon1/2 cup low fat milk1 cup organic raisins1 cup oats
DirectionsIn a food processor purée the cacao, cayenne, cinnamon, milk and raisins until a smooth paste forms. Add the oats to the food processor and quickly pulse to incorporate them. Transfer the mix into a square or rectangular container lined cross wise with wax paper. Press down to form the ‘brownie’ base. Refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares before serving. Enjoy!
The cayenne revs up your metabolism to get your body moving and the cinnamon helps process sugar intake, which helps keep fat from being absorbed.
Recipe Source: Dr Oz

 78 Healthy Desserts That
Actually BURN 
Belly Fat 

Guidebook for using food and nutrients to improve your health and vitality, lose weight, slow down the aging process, and prevent disease.

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