5. Eat More Protein:
Animal protein (lean meat, poultry and fish, preferably grilled or steamed, eggs), small quantities of wholegrains, beans, Green Leafy Vegetables, root vegetables (carrots, apples, radishes etc), flowered vegetables such as cabbage, and stemmed vegetables such as leeks, fresh or dried fruit, dark chocolate, water, tea and herbal tea.
6. Eat Grapefruit:
Researchers found that people who ate just half a grapefruit three times a day lost weight without changing any other part of their diet. It’s possible that grapefruit’s acidity might slow digestion, which helps, you feel full longer.
7. Turn to Green Tea:
Green tea has an antioxidant in it called EGCG, which may help to boost your metabolism and help your body to utilize fat. For best results, drink 2-3 cups of green tea a day. You can even make it iced by adding ice cubes and leaving it in the fridge for a few hours!
8. Add Avocado:
Fiber-rich and provides many additional micronutrients including potassium, magnesium, folate and vitamin CJust half an avocado contains 10 grams of MUFAs (monounsaturated fatty acids), which halt blood sugar spikes that tell your body to store fat around your tummy. Eat these in ¼ cup servings to ward off tummy fat without overdoing it.
9. Take Eggs:
Eggs are packed with protein, and eating them for breakfast provides staying power. Eggs also provide a nutrients to help keep your tummy trim. They’re a good source of vitamin B12, a nutrient that helps your body break down fat cells. Eggs also provide the power nutrient, vitamin D. So it is known for playing a role in fat metabolism.