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4 Tummy Fat Burning Foods

4 Tummy Fat Burning Foods

Heading for a big vacation? Trying to fit into that dream dress for a wedding? Need to burn a bit of fat but can’t bring yourself to diet? That is very much possible if you eat these 4 delicious and healthy foods or just incorporate them into your diet.

  1. Cabbage: Because cabbage is 92 percent water. It helps in depleting leftover fluids from the body and also has many essential vitamins. Try Red Cabbage if you’re bored with the regular green one most normally used.


  1. Green Tea: This will help in not only losing extra belly fat but also in improving your memory. Not only does green tea help to detoxify the body by eliminating harmful free-radicals, it additionally boosts the metabolism, allowing your body to burn more calories naturally. If you don’t like the taste of plain green tea, spice it up with yummy flavors like the ones in this detox tea!


  1. Water: There are few things on this earth as beneficial to your body as water! Drinking water helps your body to flush out all of the toxins, stay hydrated, alleviate bloating and lose weight. Drinking water before a meal can even help to curb your appetite. Adding fruit to your water, such as lime and grapefruit, can also make for a great detox drink.


  1. Pineapple: Not only is pineapple a sweet and yummy treat, but it’s also a detox for that body of yours! Pineapple is a mood booster as well.


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So in case your belly needs to lose a few inches, try eating these four simple foods and liquid to your daily diet and see the magic happen without a diet.

Try these tips and give us your feedback on how helpful they have been in the comments below.


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