Foods That Work to Eliminate Belly Fat


Belly fat is annoying, unhealthy, unattractive and incredibly persistent. If you have ever been down this road, you know it starts out great and then quickly tapers off.

To really win the battle, focus on foods that work

The game is to find ways to keep them on your table and in demand, loading them into your shopping cart and upping their appeal with savory ways to serve them.

Newsmax tell us watermelon juice can cut belly fat without reducing muscle mass. Drink two glasses per day. Think watermelon juice over ice, served with mint leaves.

Drink green tea to increase the body’s ability to burn fats. Drink at least four cups daily. Think iced green tea or a soothing cup in the afternoon.

Eat tomatoes. Nutrition found women who drank eight ounces of tomato juice daily for eight weeks dropped almost an inch from their waist without dieting. Think spicy gazpacho soup or a sassy salsa.

Also eat high quality protein eggs, and blueberries. Pack some hard boiled eggs and blueberries along for afternoon snacks.

Next, opt for all of the healthy fat foods

Prevention says healthy fat foods are MUFAs. They contain monounsaturated fatty acids to target hard to lose belly fat.

Almonds cut cholesterol and up vegetable protein and fiber. Sprinkle them over yogurt and berries in the morning.
Avocados also chase cholesterol. Mash a quarter cup with lime juice, salt and pepper and serve with raw veggies or baked chips.

Dark or Semi-Sweet Chocolate fight heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes. Melt the chocolate and dip strawberries or apricots.

Flaxseed oil reduces inflammation. Stir one tablespoon into a smoothie or your morning oats.
Macadamia nuts can be crushed to make a dip for baking chicken.

Natural peanut butter delivers vitamins E, and B6 and potassium. Mix it with bananas and use it to top whole wheat toast.

Walnuts have omega 3 fatty acids to protect your heart and preserve your mental health. Sprinkle over leafy greens.

Greek Yogurt keeps you satisfied with twice as much protein as other yogurts. Choose non-fat, low-fat, low sugar ones. Top it with berries or dark chocolate.

Quinoa kicks up your fiber and protein intake and works as a great rice with vegetables or fish for dinner.

Cinnamon helps curb the appetite. Sprinkle it on your yogurt or morning cereal.

Hot Peppers help curb appetites and speed up metabolism. Chop them into salsa or guacamole.

Grapefruit helps fill you up because it takes longer to digest. Sip a glass before your meals.


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