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The best flat tummy foods

Updated on September 13, 2013

Losing weight especially tummy weight is seen as one of the main ultimate goals of many women. There are many ways of getting a flat tummy ranging from exercise to food we eat. This article provides a list of the best foods that are responsible for not only reducing tummy fat but also provide other health benefits to your body.

Green tea

Green tea is popularly known to be a great metabolism stimulator. Regular intake of green tea will significantly help you lose weight. In addition, green tea is a great source of antioxidants which may hinder the absorption of fat.


Besides playing an important role in preventing age related macular degeneration, spinach contains high levels of vitamin K is responsible for preventing fractures and maintaining bone density. The green vegetables also serve as a great source of magnesium, potassium, and folate which lowers blood pressure and thus reducing the risks of stroke and heart related diseases.


A medium sized pear provides 5 grams of fibre which equals to about 20 percent of your daily requirement. It also contains pectin which is known to reduce bad cholesterol and weight.

Dark chocolate

A study carried out by US scientists shown that people who consume dark chocolate regularly have lower body mass index. Besides, the antioxidant property of dark chocolate makes it to be good at boosting metabolism and thus reducing tummy weight.


Salom are known to contain high content of omega-3 of about 1000mg per 75 gram serving. In addition, they contain large amounts of vitamin D. Therefore regular consumption of any type of salmon plays an important role in losing tummy weight.


Miso serves as a rich source of probiotics, responsible for keeping the colon lining healthy as well as boosts gut motility and sensation. This will help you achieve a flat tummy with time.


A research conducted by the Rochester Center for Obesity indicated that consumption of eggs especially for breakfast lowers calorie intake the rest of the day. This implies that eating g eggs regularly helps you to lose more than three pounds each month.

Olive oil

Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats which play an important role when it comes to raising “good” cholesterol and lowering “bad”. It is also loaded with certain type of antioxidants known as phenols responsible for preventing cholesterol buildup on the walls of the artery.

Green chai tea

Green chai contain flavored spices that are low in calories. Therefore, you can take green chai tea without adding sweeteners. It serves as a powerful metabolism stimulator and thus helps you reduce tummy weight.


Lemon is a powerful drink when it comes to reducing body weight. Instead of drinking beverages such as sweetened and unsweetened fruit drinks, alcohol and pop, drink plain water with a slice of fresh lemon. Besides helping you reduce your tummy fats, it is a great source of vitamin C.


A recent study carried out in US indicated that cinnamon is good at reducing blood glucose. It is loaded with antioxidants and it also serves as a carminative which is responsible for preventing bloating.


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