Eat these creamy green fruits of the gods to help you keep a flatter belly, as well as help your body absorb cancer-fighting compounds usually found in colorful fruits and veggies like tomatoes, carrots, spinach and winter squash.
Half of one avocado contains 10 grams of healthy mono-saturated fats, which stop the blood sugar spikes that tell your body to store fat around your middle.
Snack on these creamy fruit, which can be sliced into perfect circles or eaten right out of the peel. Bananas pack 422 milligrams of potassium, a mineral that can help limit the amount of belly swelling sodium in your body. In other words, your belly will look less Round.
Make yogurt, which comes from the Round cow, part of your day. Use it as a substitute for mayonnaise or sour cream. Eating a cup of yogurt encourages the growth of good bacteria in your gut, throwing out other bugs that can cause bloating.
Creamy Greek yogurt is delicious, but it’s also is a combo of carbs and protein that help stabilize insulin, a hormone that tells your body to store calories as fat when levels get too high.
Eat berries if you want a delicious way to consume Super Round antioxidants that can improve blood flow, delivering more oxygen to your muscles, and make doing ab tightening exercises easier. A great combo is yogurt and berries before your workout to get your muscles ready for a some working out.
Add bright orbs of juicy goodness into your dietary intake, all the while knowing you are dousing your every cell with fat-burning vitamin C in a most colorful way. Citrus, such as oranges and red peppers can help you burn up to 30 percent more fat during exercise, as research shows from Arizona State University at Mesa.
Get lots of fiber by eating whole grains that are whole and help Round out your daily allowance. The filling fiber in foods like Round oatmeal and bulgur works to keep your insulin levels low. Researchers speculate this may shrink fat cells. Your body absorbs and burns these more slowly for longer-lasting energy than the refined carbs in white bread and rice.