Top 12 Flat-Belly Recipes

Bloating and stomach fat can be hard to get rid of. Despite what you might think, crunches are not the key to a flat belly. While cardio and strength-training exercises are important, diet is more important. Foods that are high in protein, fiber, and healthy fats will help you de-bloat and reduce belly fat. Try to avoid sugar (including natural sweeteners), unhealthy fats, and simple carbs. If you’re not sure how to combine the right foods into the right dishes, we’ve got you covered. Our top 12 flat-belly recipes will help you with that stubborn stomach fat. Eat up!

1. Individual Egg & Spinach Bowls

Eggs and spinach are both flat-belly foods. Eggs are high in protein and spinach is high in fiber, calcium, and vitamin K. Enjoy them together for a light, healthy breakfast.

2. Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich

Avocado is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which can help with weight loss. It’s also creamy and delicious, and makes a tasty substitute for mayo in an egg salad sandwich.

3. Egg & Spinach Bell Pepper Bowls

These bowls are another way to enjoy that powerful egg and spinach combo. Plus, you get to eat the bowl itself!

4. Banana Walnut Overnight Oatmeal

Overnight oats are a fiber-full way to start your day. Add omega-3-rich walnuts and potassium-rich banana, and you’ve got everything you need.

5. Avocado Hummus Bowl

Hummus is made from chickpeas, which are a good source of both protein and fiber. It’s a tasty addition to this veggie-packed bowl.

6. Grilled Turkey Burgers with Cucumber Salad

Turkey is an excellent source of lean protein, so turkey burgers are much healthier than beef burgers. The cucumber salad on the side will also help your flat-belly goals.

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2 Comments on "Top 12 Flat-Belly Recipes"

  1. Heather  September 4, 2017

    I love chick peas, black beans, etc.and have lost weight in the past eating recipes filled with beans, but they really affect my stomach. Is there anything I can do to still eat these recipes, but alleviate the stomach issues?

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    • Gale Compton  September 4, 2017

      Heather, Try avoiding potatoes when eating beans as the two combined can mess with digestion. Also, avoid eating foods high in sugar, including fruit, 2 hours before consuming beans. Hope this helps.

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