Here are 5 very effective and simple tips that will help you flatten your stomach starting today:
Decrease The Salt Intake
The salt is very beneficial and needed compound of healthy living. However, if you are consuming excess of salt, you will retain the water and that could lead to imbalance of water and salt in the body, which is synonym with the “not so favorite” 5 letter word: bloat. If you are consuming processed foods as frozen dinners, snacks, fast foods, etc. you are very likely to intake excess sodium.
Drink More Water
Consuming water is releasing stored cellular fluid and that means flatter belly. When we are dehydrated, the body desperately needs water. Drinking water is restoring the flat belly look if you haven’t been consuming H2O. You need to drink minimum of half of the body weight into ounces. If you are weighting 120 lbs., you need to drink minimum 60 ounces daily.
Stop Chewing Gums
Chewing gum is encouraging you to gulp an air and to fill the tummy up with some air just like you were blowing up balloon. And guess what? If you gum is sugar-free one – it is hex.
Carbonation is a king when it comes to a belly bloat. These little bubbles are deciding to take up a residence in the intestinal tract and then to become trapped and gas buildups. In case of belly bloat you need to eliminate all the sodas, the diet ones, too.
Skip Fake Sugar
An artificially sweetened products as chewing gums, diet sodas, protein bars, candies, sugar alcohols or natural products that could create an excess gas (even some gastrointestinal distresses) are very dangerous for our health, and of course, a big enemy to a flat belly.
One healthy exception, which in excess is having slight potentials to create digestive issues is the sugar alcohol Xylitol (pronouncing Zi-Li-Tol). Xylitol is very healthy and it’s having minimal effects on the blood sugar and none on the insulin levels. This is a key to an optimal health for every person.
Source > www.curejoy.com
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