Certain foods (grapefruit, cabbage soup, etc.) can actually burn fat.
All these dieting tricks should be ignored as there is no specific food that gain fat, no specific food that burn fat. If you want to lose fat, take notice of your calorie intake and body activity. You have to give your body less calories than it needs, ideally about 500 calories below maintenance level each day. So, if your body needs 2500 calories each day to stay at your current weight, you will lose weight by eating 2000 calories per day. Your other option to lose weight would be by exercising so that you are burning extra calories or go for the combination of both.
Olive oil has saturated fats, so it hardens in the refrigerator
Heating Olive Oil will make it saturated or trans-fatty.
Cooking in olive oil diminishes the nutritional value of the food.
Extra virgin olive oil is the best
Since it is derived from coconut (which contains a lot of moisture), this oil go...