Lose weight of the thighs thanks to asparagus?

Yes, it’s possible! Asparagus can indeed help us sublimate our legs and drain our cellulite. Find out why, and follow our recipe idea to enjoy all its benefits!


How does asparagus help to lose weight of the thighs?

White, green or purple, asparagus has an extraordinary diuretic power. Full of water and fiber, low in sodium and rich in potassium, they prevent salt from being stored in the body and thus reduce the famous (and unfortunate) water retention, responsible for the formation of cellulite.

It also contains inulin, another enemy of cellulite that plays the role of fat burner, and asparagine, an amino acid that breaks down oxalic acid, an acid that plays a role of fat fixing on our cells.

Asparagus is also rich in potassium, an essential mineral for our muscles. It helps them to be firmer and more toned!

Finally, it is finally a low-calorie vegetable (about 25 calories per 100 grams) and therefore, a good ally of weight loss.

Consume asparagus well to refine your thighs

To enjoy all the benefits of asparagus, avoid seasonings too fatty to dip, such as mayonnaise or other gourmet dressings. We prefer a low-fat yogurt sauce or a light recipe, such as this slimming salad with quinoa, a gluten-free food, rich in protein and fiber.

Slimming salad with quinoa and asparagus

Ingredients for 2 people:

– 1 glass of quinoa

– 1 bunch of green asparagus

– 1 lemon

– 100 grams of sheep’s feta

– 1 bunch of fresh mint and parsley

– 2 tablespoons of olive oil

– a pinch of salt and black pepper



– Pour two glasses of water into a saucepan, bring to a boil and add the quinoa

– Lower the heat and mix regularly for 10 minutes

– Remove the hard skin from the asparagus

– Dice them and immerse them in cold water for a few minutes

– Then cook them for 5 minutes in boiling water with a pinch of salt

– Cut the desired amount of mint and parsley with scissor

– Squeeze the juice of the lemon

– Mix in a bowl all the ingredients with the quinoa

– Add olive oil, pepper and feta: it’s ready!


The other virtues of asparagus on our body

Packed with antioxidants, it neutralizes free radicals responsible for cellular aging and its regular consumption would help prevent certain cancers.
Rich in fiber, it promotes a good transit while gentle even for the lazy intestines, thus making the friend of flat bellies.
For heavy leg sensations and circulation problems in general, asparagus is also a good student.

It contains flavonoids that thin the blood and strengthen the vessels.


A short history of asparagus

Native to the Mediterranean basin, this pretty vegetable plant has been consumed for more than 2000 years. It was of particular interest to the Greeks for its pharmacological properties. From the sixteenth century, it is found in the royal courts of Europe, then it is cultivated in France in the seventeenth for the Sun King who, it seems, was particularly fond of them.

Would asparagus be the queens of vegetables? In any case, do not deprive yourself of it.



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