Flat Belly little Helpers

Published at: 2013-03-25 | Comments:

You lose weight, but your belly fat does not disappear? You are not the only one, because it's not that easy to melt a belly fat away.  You can achieve a dreamed flat belly exercising and sticking to proper diet . It means that you have to avoid refined sugar and trans fat. There are also some food that will help you keep your blood sugar low, which reduce insulin secretion and prevent from more fat storage.

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Banana:

Rumor say that banana is high in calories and most of diaters should avoid it. There are 105 calories in banana.
It is also a perfect snack rich in potassium. Banana is low in fat, but contains starch therefore allows you to feel full for longer .
 

Blueberries:

Those fruits are packed with pytochemicals believed to help in fat metabolism, also helping reduce flat belly. 
 

Grapefruit:

This citrus fruit is rich in flavonoids which help the liver burn fat more efficiently.
 

Dark Chocolate

Dark Chocolate reduces production of stress hormone cortisol that causes belly fat accumulation.
There are 10 calories in a cube of dark chocolate, so even consumed every day, should not harm anyone.
 

Leafy Greens:

 
Leafy Greens are packed in fiber and nutrients, which makes them perfect addition to your meals.
Kale is rich in pytochemical that aids in fat metabolism.
 

Cinnamon 

Cinnamon is a spice that can improve your meals glycemic index, stabilizing blood sugar levels.
 

Green tea

Green tea is rich in flavonoids and antioxidants which promote fat oxidation, helping to lose belly fat.
 

Whole Grains:

Whole grains are packed with fiber which stabilizes a blood sugar level after eating plus allows to feel full for longer.
 

Yogurt:

Low fat plain yogurt is rich in protein and calcium that both help burn fat.
 

Some food product like

Salmon, Avocado, Almonds, Pistachios, Olive oil, Flaxseed oil and Peanut butter

are high in calories. For instance there are 172 calories in 3 oz of salmon,  up to 320 calories in avocado, 915 calories in 1 cup of almonds, and 94 calories in a tablespoon of peanut butter. However those calories come from unsaturated fats.
Those healthy fats control blood sugar level and insulin level preventing from fat storage. 

 

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