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Foods That Will Help You Get A Flat Tummy

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Almonds: A study shows that people who eat one serving of almonds per day eliminate more pounds than those who consumed heavy carbs.
Oats: It’s high in fiber, so it helps keep the feeling of satiety throughout the day. Just half a cup of oatmeal has 4.6 grams of resistant starch healthy carbohydrate that stimulates metabolism and burns fat.
Chickpeas: 1/2 cup has 2 grams of resistant starch. It is also a great source of fiber, protein and healthy fats
Blueberries: Famous for its anti-aging effects, a cup of blueberries has only 80 calories. The fruit also help keep the body satiated for a longer time with an intake of 4 g of fiber.
Broccoli: Cooked or raw, this vegetable is known to prevent cancer. A serving of broccoli has only 30 calories and even help combats excess weight
Brown Rice: A half-cup portion contains 1.7 g of resistant starch, carbohydrate that stimulates healthy metabolism to burn fat. Moreover, it has low density and provides enough energy, i.e. it satisfies even with fewer calories.
Pear: A portion of this fruit can provide up to 15% of the recommended daily amount of fiber. A study found that women who ate three pears a day consumed fewer calories and lost more weight. Do not peel the fruit as it is the shell that contains lots of fiber.
Lentil: It is a great source of protein and fiber. Therefore, it helps provide satiety. Half a cup of lentils gives 3.4 g resistant starch, carbohydrate healthy, which stimulates fast metabolism.
Grapefruit: Even if you cannot change anything in your diet, eat half a grapefruit before each meal can help you lose up to a pound a week! The fruit contains a substance that can decrease insulin, a hormone that helps store fat. It is also a good source of protein, and has about 90% water in its composition.

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