11 Vitamin C Rich Foods That Are Natural Fat Burners

Vitamin C is one of the key immunity-boosting vitamins. Did you know it’s also a natural fat burner? That’s right, it helps you shed all that extra weight. In fact, vitamin C has an important role to play in the metabolization of fat.

Experts believe a lack in Vitamin C could be a reason why you aren’t getting in shape. In today’s video, we’ll be discussing 11 vitamin C rich foods that are natural fat burners. I’m not only talking about oranges. But what about broccoli, kiwi, and pineapples? Is papaya really a natural fat burner? We will be talking about all of this AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
1. Broccoli – 00:33
2. Papaya – 01:35
3. Strawberries – 02:10
4. Bell Peppers – 02:43
5. Brussel Sprouts – 03:16
6. Pineapple – 04:04
7. Orange – 04:41
8. Kiwi – 05:10
9. Cauliflower – 05:46
10. Kale – 06:24
11. Tomato – 07:05


1. Broccoli
Broccoli is a fantastic fat burner. A study showed people who don’t have sufficient vitamin C often can’t lose weight. Those who had adequate levels burned 30% more body fat during exercise in comparison to those who lacked it.

2. Papaya
I most definitely would like to add this delicious drink to my healthy breakfast. Just don't add sugar. If you absolutely need that sugary taste, either add more papaya than milk or include 2-3 dates. You are all set for an energy-filled day.

3. Strawberries
Strawberries and cream is my favorite dessert. Unfortunately, you’ll have to cut the cream. But this delicious fruit is certainly a go!

4. Bell Peppers
Bell peppers are pretty versatile. You can make a raw salad with them, or saute on medium heat with other veggies. They’re great when added to pasta, rice, pizza, or noodles.

5. Brussel Sprouts
Just like broccoli, brussel sprout has its own group of fans. Some love the taste and texture, while some want to run away at the sheer sight of it.

6. Pineapple
Pineapples are delicious and refreshing. And you can make so many snacks with it. Pineapple salad drizzled with a little honey tastes amazing.

7. Orange
Of course orange had to be on our list. Whenever there is any talk about vitamin C, the first thing that often comes to mind is orange.

8. Kiwi
This sweet and tangy green fruit feels like a burst of flavors in your mouth. It’s packed with vitamin C, K, E, potassium, and folates. The high amount of antioxidants also makes it great for your health.

9. Cauliflower
This one goes a long way! You can add cauliflower to your salads, sandwiches, noodles, and several other dishes.

10. Kale
I’ll be honest here. The only dark green leafy veggie I have ever hated is kale. I just can’t! But because of its wonderful health benefits, I somehow gulp it down, reminding myself of all the awesome things it does for my body.

11. Tomato
1 cup of tomatoes gives you 23 milligrams of vitamin C. And the good thing about tomatoes is you can add them to anything.

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