Get rid of that too-full feeling with this plan.
Whether you’re coming off a week’s worth of unhealthy eating or you want to look slim and trim in that new outfit, you’ll need a plan to undo bloating. This debloat meal plan is full of foods designed to do precisely that.
What to Avoid
Don’t sabotage your debloat meal plan by also eating foods that trigger that big belly feeling. During your one-day plan, be careful to avoid these foods, which trigger bloating, gas, and constipation in many women.
- Processed foods
- Added sugar (refined and natural)
DeBloat Meal Plan
What to Drink
Water. Lots and lots of water. H2O will help you flush toxins from your system and help your digestive organs work more efficiently to remove the junk that’s settled in your system.
Drink one full glass of water before each meal or snack, and then drink plain water frequently throughout the day. Avoid the processed water drinks you find on store shelves—they often contain artificial sweeteners or flavorings that may keep you feeling bloated.
When You Wake Up:
Drink a glass as soon as you wake up to cleanse and detox the body—lemon is a natural diuretic, which will help you flush out toxins.
With spinach, banana, and strawberries, this water-based smoothie will provide an energy boost to get you geared up for the day.
1/2 cup raw vegetables (celery sticks, carrot sticks, radishes, bell pepper strips, or grape tomatoes) and 1/4 cup hummus (store-bought or homemade)
This recipe will satisfy your appetite. If dairy foods give you bloating, feel free to omit the cheese in this recipe.
This recipe contains loads of detoxifying, flat belly foods, including celery, apple, cucumber, kale, and cilantro.
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