Eat Your Stomach Flat!

10 Flat Belly Foods

One of the number one fitness goals out there is to get that sexy flat stomach or six pack. Unless you have killer genetics, this is often easier said than done and requires some serious clean eating and exercise. But did you know there are certain super foods out there that can help to speed up the processes?
 
Here are 10 flat belly foods:

1. Nuts:
Nuts like brazil nuts, walnuts, almonds, cashews, peanuts, and pistachios contain tons of metabolism boosting properties to help you start burning fat faster.
2. Olive Oil:
Olive oil is full of heart healthy fats that can provide tons of benefits for your body, including fat loss.
3. Lemons:
Try replacing all of those liquid calories like pop with a glass of water and lemon juice. Not only do lemons contain fat burning properties, but cutting the extra sugar from your diet can lead to some serious fat loss.
4. Chicken:
Chicken is one of the leanest meats out there, supplying your body with ample protein without too much saturated fat.
5. Cinnamon:
Cinnamon has been shown to not only help with fat loss, but also prevent diabetes. It can be bought in supplement form or you can stick it in your morning coffee to increase your cinnamon intake.
6. Legumes:
Legumes are bursting with vitamins and minerals and are chock-full of fiber, which helps you to feel fuller longer.
7. Quinoa:
This whole grain contains more muscle-building protein than any other grain and is also bursting with fiber to help you feel full.
8. Dark Chocolate:
Studies have shown that people who eat small amounts of dark chocolate frequently, have less body fat. This could be due to the metabolism-boosting antioxidants.
9. Fish:
Oily fish like salmon, tilapia, and tuna contain a crazy amount of omega-3’s that are good for all sorts of things including fat loss.
10. Eggs:
Studies have shown that eating eggs will keep you fuller longer and may lead to you reducing your calorie intake by more than 400 calories/day. 
 

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