The Best Fat Loss Drinks



Most diets focus solely on the foods that you need to achieve maximum fat loss, but the beverages you consume on a regular basis are just as important. In fact, there are a few that actually speed up your results so that you fit into your skinny jeans quicker than ever.

Here are the top six:

Fat Flush Water

This fat dissolving beverage was first presented on The Biggest Loser, the California based television program that follows contestants who lose massive amounts of weight in an effort to win a hefty cash prize – and their life back. To make your own, mix a half gallon of water with 6 grapefruit wedges, 1 sliced tangerine, ½ of a sliced cucumber, a couple mint leaves, and ice. Let it rest for a 2 hours to let the nutrients infuse it and then sip on it all throughout the day.

Grapefruit Juice

Grapefruit juice has long been known for its ability to help your liver detoxify, allowing for a higher metabolism. Squeeze your own and you can avoid the sugar in most premade varieties.

Cranberry Juice

Cranberries are high in acid, which can help your body dissolve the fat that is harming your health. Fill your glass with half water and half 100% cranberry juice, drinking this same amount each and every day.

Green Tea

Not only does drinking 2-4 cups of green tea a day help you lose weight, but it also offers many other health benefits as well. For instance, it has been found to reduce your risk of many major diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and more.

Protein Drinks

Drinks that are high in protein can help keep your tummy satisfied so that you eat less and aren’t struck with diet derailing sugar cravings. Just be sure to include them in your calorie count as some can contain as much as a meal.


Of course, the best drink to help you lose the fat off your body is good old water. It elevates your metabolism and energy levels and increases the efficiency of your organs to help you lose weight as quickly as possible.

Drink these six things and you’ll lose more weight in less time. More really is less!

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