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10 Flat Belly Foods

posted in Health & Fitness
06/09/2014
  • 1. Water with Lemon
 
It may sound a bit strange to drink more water to get rid of extra water weight, but that’s one of the most important things you can do to keep that belly flat. Retaining water is actually your body’s way of making sure it has the water it may need in times of drought.
    1. Water with Lemon

    It may sound a bit strange to drink more water to get rid of extra water weight, but that’s one of the most important things you can do to keep that belly flat. Retaining water is actually your body’s way of making sure it has the water it may need in times of drought.
  • 2. Fruit
Among other health benefits, fruit is great for digestion. Fruit has a very high water content and is full of fiber, helping regulate bowel movements. Some of the best fruits for reducing bloating are pineapples, watermelon, bananas, grapes, avocado and papayas.
    2. Fruit
    Among other health benefits, fruit is great for digestion. Fruit has a very high water content and is full of fiber, helping regulate bowel movements. Some of the best fruits for reducing bloating are pineapples, watermelon, bananas, grapes, avocado and papayas.
  • 3. Vegetables
With some exceptions, vegetables are easy to digest and help keep you regular. Although there are some veggies that can make you gassy (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onions), most go through your system fast and have a multitude of healthy benefits. Asparagus, celery, and cucumbers a
    3. Vegetables
    With some exceptions, vegetables are easy to digest and help keep you regular. Although there are some veggies that can make you gassy (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onions), most go through your system fast and have a multitude of healthy benefits. Asparagus, celery, and cucumbers a
  • 4. Yogurt
Probiotics are good for your digestive system because they have helpful bacteria, crowding out the bad bacteria. Yogurt has an abundance of this good bacteria. Just be sure to clear away from yogurt that contains artificial sugars, as those sweeteners have the opposite effect; irritating y
    4. Yogurt
    Probiotics are good for your digestive system because they have helpful bacteria, crowding out the bad bacteria. Yogurt has an abundance of this good bacteria. Just be sure to clear away from yogurt that contains artificial sugars, as those sweeteners have the opposite effect; irritating y
  • 5. Parsley
Parsley is a good remedy for gas, especially if you add it to flavor foods that might otherwise contribute to intestinal gas. It helps facilitate digestion and lessen the bloating effect they might otherwise have.
    5. Parsley
    Parsley is a good remedy for gas, especially if you add it to flavor foods that might otherwise contribute to intestinal gas. It helps facilitate digestion and lessen the bloating effect they might otherwise have.
  • 6. Peppermint Tea
Because of it’s active ingredient (menthol), studies show that peppermint helps soothe your stomach lining. The easiest way to get your daily dose of peppermint is with hot tea, but you can also add it to iced tea in the hotter summer months.
    6. Peppermint Tea
    Because of it’s active ingredient (menthol), studies show that peppermint helps soothe your stomach lining. The easiest way to get your daily dose of peppermint is with hot tea, but you can also add it to iced tea in the hotter summer months.
  • 7. Peanut Butter
When eaten in moderation, natural peanut butter (with no added sugar, oil, or salt) can help keep your stomach in check. It is packed full of niacin, essential for keeping your digestive system up to speed.
    7. Peanut Butter
    When eaten in moderation, natural peanut butter (with no added sugar, oil, or salt) can help keep your stomach in check. It is packed full of niacin, essential for keeping your digestive system up to speed.
  • 8. Rosemary
Rosemary has been known to treat intestinal gas and help with digestion. It also tastes and smells wonderful! Add it to hot tea, lemon water, or use it to add flavor to lean meats and potatoes.
    8. Rosemary
    Rosemary has been known to treat intestinal gas and help with digestion. It also tastes and smells wonderful! Add it to hot tea, lemon water, or use it to add flavor to lean meats and potatoes.
  • 9. Ginger
Along with it’s anti-inflammatory properties, spices like ginger and turmeric work wonders in settling an upset stomach and nausea. The ancient greeks use to eat ginger after meals to ease the digestive process. It is best to eat it in it’s freshest form to get the most health benefits.
    9. Ginger
    Along with it’s anti-inflammatory properties, spices like ginger and turmeric work wonders in settling an upset stomach and nausea. The ancient greeks use to eat ginger after meals to ease the digestive process. It is best to eat it in it’s freshest form to get the most health benefits.
  • 10. Fennel Seeds
Need relief fast? Fennel relaxes the muscles in your digestive tract, allowing any trapped gas to pass. It’s what you would call a bloat-blaster! Enjoy it in your tea or sprinkled directly on your food.
    10. Fennel Seeds
    Need relief fast? Fennel relaxes the muscles in your digestive tract, allowing any trapped gas to pass. It’s what you would call a bloat-blaster! Enjoy it in your tea or sprinkled directly on your food.

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