A very nice aspect regarding the foods you eat if you’re trying to get a flat belly, is that your diet actually doesn’t have to follow any rules of a fad and restricting diet. There is no need to eat “low carb” or “low fat”, or anything like that, in order to be successful in losing your belly fat.
The key to success in this case is a balanced nutrition plan along with eating a diet that is made up of nutrient dense foods in their natural state (as unprocessed as possible).
In general, it is the processing of foods that harms your body the most and facilitate the deposition of fat on spots we actually don’t want any fat, like our belly. Most foods are best for our Okinawa Flat belly tonic figure when they’re in their natural and unprocessed state.
Here are 3 of the best nutrition tips that help you get a flat belly:
- Eat quality protein on a daily basis – besides of helping you burn more calories, quality protein also helps your hunger be satisfied longer. It is a very good basis if you want to build lean muscle.
- Eat fiber foods – Make sure that the main part of your the carbohydrates you eat comes from higher fiber sources. These can be fruits, vegetables, and unrefined grains. Keep away from refined sugars and refined grains as that is one of the biggest poisons for you, facilitating the belly fat. Furthermore, fiber foods help fill you up and also slow down the glycemic response of the foods you eat, all beneficial for getting a flat belly.
- Eat fats – This might sound strange, but it really helps if you choose the right fat types. Going too low on your fat intake can negatively affect the hormone levels in your body as well as cause more cravings. Try to eat enough healthy fats, like nuts and seeds, nut butters, avocados, olive oil, organic meats and eggs, coconuts and virgin coconut oil.