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Food is power. Every day we make the decision of what fuel to feed our bodies. While it seems to be universally known that fruits and vegetables are good for you, many of us do not realize what amazing benefits these super foods pack.

The following ingredients are found in all grocery stores and can help you to lose weight as well as turn back the clock.
Growth Hormone (HGH) – This powerful hormone helps build muscle, burns fat, maintains lower levels of blood sugar, keeps skin smooth and increases energy levels.

Foods that boost HGH – Almonds, beef, brazil nuts, cashews, chicken, cottage cheese, egg whites, halibut, hazelnuts, oatmeal, pecans, pumpkin seeds, ricotta, salmon, shrimp, spinach, turkey, walnuts, yogurt

Testosterone – For men and women looking to lose weight, this catabolic hormone helps build calorie-burning lean muscle, increases energy and nourishes the noggin.

Foods that boost testosterone – Almonds, asparagus, broccoli, canola oil, cheddar cheese, chickpeas, coffee, collard greens, eggs, fish, garlic, milk, olive oil, onions, peas, salmon, spinach, summer squash, turkey breast, yogurt

Thyroid – These hormones control your memory, mood, heart beat, body temperature and even the rate at which your body burns calories.

Foods that boost Thyroid – Almonds, asparagus, avocadoes, basil, broccoli, cashews, collard greens, green peas, hazelnuts, mustard greens, oilive oils, peas, sesame seeds, shrimp, spinach, summer squash, thyme, wheat germ, yogurt

Leptin – Optimal leptin levels can decrease your appetite, increase the metabolism and tap into your body’s long-term fat stores.

Foods that boost leptin – Beans, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, chicken, edamame, eggs, flaxseed, green beans, ground cloves, halibut, mackerel, milk, mustard seed, nuts, olive oil, oregano, salmon, scallops, shrimp, snapper, sweet potatoes, turkey, walnuts, winter squash, yogurt

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