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Are you looking to have a flatter tummy or trying to eat healthier?

Digestive health comes down to what you're putting in your tummy. There are five super foods you need to incorporate into your diet this summer to flatten your stomach and slim your waistline. These tricks of the trade will have you feeling and looking your best this midriff season. Best part? No gym equipment necessary! In fact, a toned tummy can be made right in your own kitchen. 

Five Belly Flattening foods. YUM!


1. Apricots

Women need at least 25 grams of fiber each day to help alleviate bloating and keep you, ahem...regular. These sweet treats are packed with fiber, which is essential to your diet and will support and regulate a healthy digestive track.

2. Grapefruit

To help speed up weight loss, grapefruits will slow down the digestion process to satisfy any sweet tooth cravings and keep you feeling fuller longer. Plus, these guys are packed with loads of Vitamin-C to help boost your immune system! 

3. Kefir

Probiotic products contain active living organisms that are essential in helping breakdown and burn fat efficiently. Kefir is a fermented mil drink containing probiotics to provide sustained energy and reduce any inflammation in the digestive system. 


4. Raw Almonds

Grab a handful of these nuts as a healthy snack to increase your metabolism and accelerate fat burning in your tummy. Almonds are packed with protein and the good unsaturated fats to help stabilize your appetite throughout the day.

5. Orgain

Introducing the delicious certified organic nutritional shake for a healthy meal replacement or to help get over that afternoon slump. It contains 16 grams of protein, organic brown rice, fiber-filled fruits, vegetables, and 23 essential vitamins and minerals. It’s the perfect meal on-the-go, pre or post workout, or for anyone looking for an energy or nutritional boost.


If you have any health or fitness related questions, please feel free to reach out on my Facebook page: Facebook.com/AndreametcalfHealth or email me directly at Andrea@womensforum.com.

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