Everybody is aware that slimming down takes dedication and time, but a few quick tricks from the experienced people can help you feeling it on a daily basis.
Here are tips for feeling less bloated and puffy by the end of today!
1stMorning: Drink Hot Water and Lemon
A glass of hot water with lemon in the morning helps you wake up your digestive system and bowel movements.
Alternative: drink green tea with lemon if you don’t like the taste of warm lemon water
2ndMorning: Go Dairy Free
Sometimes eating dairy to many people causes belly discomfort, so if you fell that too, leave out the yogurt, cream and cheese from your morning breakfast.
3rdMorning: Detox With Yoga
This exercise (Yoga twists) is an excellent to get rid your body of toxins and improves digestion. You can do plenty of other twists and stretches to help you wake up and feel your best.
4thMidmorning: Have a Tropical Snack
The tropical food, such pineapple and papaya contain enzymes — bromelain and papain that help expel bloat and easing digestion.
Snacking cut-up fruit, or making the pineapple, papaya, and coconut water smoothie is recommended for everybody, even not experienced any health problems.
5thAll Day: Slow Down
Chewing slowly minimizes bloating caused from getting too much air trapped in your system.
6thAll Day: Don’t Chew Gum
Stopping the gum-chewing will help you feel less puffy, as well as protects from containing sugar alcohol in the gums, which also can make you feel bloated.
7thAll Day: Drink More Water
The water is well-known in helping of detoxing the body and releasing an extra from your system, so remind yourself to drink more water throughout the day.
8thAfternoon: Eat Quinoa
Quinoa is rich in nutrients, such fiber and potassium, which reduce the bloating. You can combine it in a superfood salad with kale and blueberries for a delicious and filling lunch.
9thAll Day: Check Portions
Your portion sizes can be also a reason why you’re feeling full and bloated.
10thAfternoon: Have a Fiber-Rich Snack
Because of lack of fiber, many women are feeling full, energized, and bloat-free.
It is recommended to get 25 to 30 grams of fiber a day (by snacking on fiber-rich foods like avocado, chia seeds, raspberries, and pears).
11thEvening: Skip Happy Hour
A glass of wine with dinner or any cocktail at happy hour, can make you feel bloated for many reasons.
It happens because of the alcohol, which causes digestion issues, but, also because of sugar in your fruity drink that can make you feel sluggish as well.
Stick to noncarbonated water with lemon or keep temptations away by skipping out on happy hour.
12thDinner: Go For Asparagus
The vegetables, such asparagus encourages digestive health, as they stimulate the growth of good bacteria in your body.
It is recommended to eat a dinner that’s heavy on the veggies, and you can add a lean protein like chicken or fish for further de-bloating properties.
Go to healthy asparagus recipes, like this asparagus detox salad, which is perfect for your belly-slimming dinner.
13thEvening: Skip the Dessert
Desserts are usually made of fatty and sugary ingredients, that can cause bloating, especially foods high in artificial sweeteners.
Skipping the carb-heavy, sugary desserts, and going for fresh fruit (high in fiber and water), will help you de-bloat.
14thEvening: Drink a DE bloating Tea
DE bloating tea can be made from spices like cinnamon and ginger that are excellent in cleaning your system, so having a mug of it before you go to bed is a real solution.
Mint tea is also helpful for soothing your stomach, so use it as an alternative if you need a refreshing end to your dinner.
15thNight: Get to Sleep on Time
Regular sleeping regulates your metabolism, so keep your body working at its best and afford yourself sleeping seven to nine hours at night.