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Many ways you can do to burn excess fat in the body. But there are certain nutrients that can be consumed to help burn fat naturally. One of these nutrients are grapefruit (citrus typical tropical daaerah).

Researchers from the University of Jerusalem Hebrews studied compounds in the grapefruit flavonoid naringenin ie. These compounds are known to help the body break down fat and reduce bad cholesterol.

Researchers found naringenin can reduce levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body by 42 percent and increased insulin sensitivity of up to 64 percent after being given a half hour of pure naringenin after eating.

"These compounds increase the activity of a protein that controls hundreds of enzymes in the liver. These enzymes break down some fatty acids from food and stored fat on your own, so they can help fight obesity," says Yaakov Nahmias, PhD, as quoted from, Tuesday ( 10/18/2011).

Other nutrients to consider are consuming green tea. A Japanese study found consumption of 690 mg of catechins from green tea every day for 12 weeks can reduce 2 percent fat in the body.

This is possibly because catechins to increase metabolism in the body. Until now scientists revealed that catechins can be consumed up to 800 mg per day.

Besides grapefruit and green tea, there are also other nutrients that can be consumed to help burn fat in the body are:

1. Pears, a report from the study of the University of Rio de Janeiro yagn published in the journal Nutrition found daily consumption of three pears can help you lose weight because it is rich in fiber and prevent a person from overeating.

2. Almonds, study results were published in the International Journal of Obesity found the consumption of a handful of almonds every day for 6 months can help to eliminate the 18 percent fat in the body of participants.

3. Nuts that contain resistant starch digestibility (resistant starch) because it can be a powerful fat burner, such as red beans. Studies from the University of Colorado found nuts and seafood are rich in resistant starch can burn body fat to 25 percent.