Getting a flat belly should be a long term goal, it requires effort and dedication to successfully follow a diet plan that results in losing overall weight and flatten your belly, losing too much weight in one day is not possible. however if you just have a little pooch, some foods can differ in how your belly looks like, just like there are foods that can get you bloated some foods can help De-Bloat you.
Check up this one day diet plan to De-Bloat and slim down your midsection.
– Avoid Water Retention.
Water retention is one thing that can add inches and even pounds to your overall weight, you can literally stop noticing in change on the scale if your body is retaining water. Two major culprits to water retention include high sodium intake and dehydration, when you are dehydrated your body holds on to any little water it has stored in its cells, so that affects the vital processes of the body and it also affect the overall look and weight, in order to avoid that make sure you drink enough water and healthy fluids everyday, eating fruits and vegetables that are rich in water content can also protect you from dehydration.
Also eating salty foods and snacking on foods rich in sodium can get your body to retain water because the high sodium inhibits the body’s ability to release the water from the cells, ideally the allowed amount of salt for a healthy adult shouldn’t be more than only one teaspoon.
– Avoid The Causes Of Bloating.
Bloating happens as a natural part of the digestion process in your intestines, however sometimes it becomes very uncomfortable and irritating, factors that trigger bloating include smoking, eating fattening foods, lactose intolerance, celiac disease, high stress levels, irritable bowl sy and other gastrointestinal problems.
Foods that cause bloating include cauliflower, beans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, pears, peaches, apples, raw onion and garlic.
Other things to avoid are high sugar foods like candies and carbonated beverages.
– What To Eat.
Your diet should be revolving around foods that are low in fiber and fat since they are both mainly the two causes for trapped gas, protein and carbohydrates are easier than fat to digest, foods like white bread, pasta, potatoes without skin, egg whites and chicken breasts as well as low fiber cereals and no lactose dairy products can help you De-Bloat and feel better.
– Long Term Fat Loss.
If you are trying to lose weight and sustain it, then that diet plan wouldn’t be very suitable for you, you will need to eat foods that contain fiber because they move through the system slowly and they provide fewer calories as well as more nutrients, so they keep you full for longer periods of time and they nourish your body to prevent any deficiencies at the mean time.