Flat stomach is something which both, males and females want. Unfortunately, this is the area of the body which suffers first from today lifestyle, stress and unhealthy diet, and once you get fat on your belly, it’s hard to get rid of it.
To avoid this problem, it is necessary to regularly do cardio exercises and be physically active, but also to activate your abs exercises. But all of this can be useless, if you don’t pay attention on your diet and food which you consume. To stay away from stomach fat or to get rid of it, you need to follow all key elements-Cardio(Physical activity), Abs Exercises and Proper diet. Without any of them, you can’t expect results you wish or to have flat stomach.
When it comes to food, mostly greasy foods and starch are those which need to be avoided, but there are also other types of food which can add fat on your stomach or make it difficult to remove the fat from your stomach, if you already have it. So, if you want flat stomach, when it comes to food, keep in mind this tips about your diet.
Cut carbs from your diet
Try to eat foods that are high in protein but low in carbs, like chicken, turkey, fish or vegetables for example broccoli and avoid pasta and bread especially.
Sausages, hot dogs and other processed food have a lot of calories, but with small or no nutritional value at all. They have high proportions of salt and fat.
Reduce milk and cheese consumption
If you are from those people who drink milk everyday, especially in large quantities, this can lead to bloating and gases. There is no need to cut milk, just reduce the intake of milk and choose yogurt more often instead milk or cheese. Milk and cheese contains a large amount of fat that is difficult to digest and this leads to weight gain and of course, fat on stomach.
Stop eating too much salty food
Salt and foods rich in sodium need to be avoided because they lead the body to retain excess water.
Eliminate alcohol, coffee and sugar
These foods should not be part of your daily diet, especially if you are trying to melt stomach fat. Alcohol, coffee and sugar may not have fats in them, but they do contain calories, especially alcohol. Also they increase the appetite and emphasize deposition of fat.
Most diet soft drinks, especially sodas may have fewer calories, but it does not mean they are healthy. Research has shown that one of the most popular artificial sweetener stimulates the secretion of insulin as well as carbohydrates.
Foods with Gluten
Foods that contain gluten are more fattening because they contain sugar and starch.