You have got to start by cutting back on ultra-processed foods, fizzy drinks, gum, and sugary beverages. If you’re very serious on losing the weight, its not a diet plan it’s a lifestyle that we need to adapt to in order to stay healthy and fit.
High-protein breakfasts, especially ones that include eggs, have been linked to weight loss, reducing belly fat in the process. Add eggs to salads, stir-frys, and sautés,or the usual 2 boiled eggs for breakfast.
2)Coffee and Tea
Another win for your morning cup of joe: Caffeinated coffee keeps things moving through the digestive tract. Since staying regular is key to a tighter-looking tummy, drinking about 8 to 16 ounces of black coffee or tea at the same time every day can help you stay on schedule.
They’re crammed with fiber and plant-based protein, as well as immune-boosting antioxidants and bloat-busting minerals. Chickpeas easily go in salads, and side dishes. Plus, chickpea flour is a great healthy chapatti option.
Three cups daily may rev up your metabolism and burn 30 calories, a study in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise shows. The compound ECGC in the tea makes it easier to burn fat.
Mineral-packed seeds, especially sunflower and pumpkin0020. They provide lots of immune-boosting zinc and seriously fill you up. The nourishing combo of plant-based protein and fiber can retract hunger pangs later on.
Berries are packed with fiber (up to 9 grams a cup!) and antioxidants but contain less sugar than most fruits. That combo makes them a satisfying and healthy choice.
7)Beans and Lentils
Beans and lentils are everywhere these days, and we couldn’t be happier about it. They’re filled with fiber and plant-based protein, plus minerals and B-vitamins. Overall, beans reduce bloat by aiding your nervous and muscular systems, helping you build lean body mass.
Good news for lovers of this fruit (yes, it’s a fruit!): A recent study linked regular avocado eaters to lower waist circumference and BMI. What’s more, the monounsaturated fats are heart-healthy and filling, reducing the urge to nibble on processed foods later on.
Filled with potassium and magnesium, bananas offset the bloat caused salty processed foods and pack in plant-based prebiotics, “feeding” your good bacteria. Snack on one a day with a tablespoon of peanut butter, or have it the old fashioned way, peel it – eat it!
A cup encourages the growth of good bacteria in your gut, throwing out other bugs that can cause bloating. Creamy Greek yogurt is yummy, but it’s also much more than that: Its combo of carbs and protein help stabilize insulin, a hormone that tells your body to store calories as fat when levels get too high.