Black Sapote  Known as the “chocolate pudding fruit,” black sapote tastes like … chocolate pudding. Back sapote to be a good source of carotenoids and catechins, which spur the release of fat from fat cells and helps the liver convert fat into energy. http://www.eatthis.com/healthiest-foods-on-planet

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Potatoes If you typically eat your potatoes warm out of the oven, you’re missing out on the spud’s fat-fighting superpowers. When you throw potatoes in the refrigerator and eat them cold, their digestible starches turn into resistant starches through a process called retrogradation. As the name implies, resistant starch, well, resists digestion, which promotes fatContinue reading

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Pickles Pickles are low-cal, filled with fiber and covered in vinegar—which is all good news for your waistline. In fact, just one large pickle has 15 calories and 2 grams of belly-filling fiber, so eating three or four can actually leave you feeling pretty satiated for less than 100 calories! http://www.eatthis.com/healthiest-foods-on-planet

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Pumpkin Seeds  A wonderful source of B vitamins, many minerals (including zinc), phytonutrients and fatty oils. All of these contributing to their ability to produce clear and glowing skin. They also have anti-parasite properties. http://www.foodmatters.tv/skin-care-buying-guide  

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