4 hour diet allowed foods that burn fat fast

These foods are always allowed on the 4 hour body diet / slow carb diet. ¬†You can eat as much as you like of these whenever you’re hungry.

 

According to Tim Ferris, the foods with a ‘*’ below will produce the fastest fat-loss results.

 

Proteins:

*Eggs

*Chicken breast or thigh

*Beef

*Fish

Pork

 

Legumes:

* Lentils (also called “dal” or “daal”)

* Black beans

Pinto beans

Red beans

Soybeans

 

Vegetables:

* Spinach

* Broccoli, Cauliflower, or any other cruciferous vegetables

*Sauerkraut, kimchee

Asparagus

Peas

Broccoli

Green beans

 

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14 Responses to 4 hour diet allowed foods that burn fat fast

  1. Pingback: So.. what’s allowed? « 1 Hour Body

  2. Caitlin says:

    Quick comment. The starred food in the book are his recommendation based on what worked for *him*. It doesn’t say those will produce the fastest results for anyone else.

  3. jo says:

    Is shellfish allowed?

  4. robin says:

    is ketchup allowed on the diet?

    • Carolyn says:

      My guess is no, because ketchup usually has a good deal of sugar in it. If you could find it without sugar, then I’m not sure ;) The ingredients in it would be allowed, so maybe so? Try it and see!

  5. JM says:

    So… under Vegitable Broccoli is listed twice, once with a star and once without, so should it be starred?

  6. Susan says:

    Is QUINOA allowed?

  7. Jessica says:

    Is tofu allowed?

  8. Jo Scott says:

    Are the following allowed on the four hour body diet?

    - bean sprouts<
    - soy sauce
    - canola or soya oil – small quantities for cooking

    Thanks!

    • 4hourdiet says:

      You are fine using a little bit of soy sauce as well as canola oil for cooking!

      You could definitely do worse than eating bean sprouts, but a significant portion of their calories do come from sugar. You are better off with other vegetables.

  9. PJ says:

    Are Navy beans (Northern beans) allowed? I ask because they are fairly common but were not listed. I want to be sure their sugar content is safe.

  10. My biggest obsticle in losing weight are carbs! I love them and they love me!

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