Foods to cut down extra flab

FM Bureau | 28-December-2013

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Belly fat is always a problem tormenting many people who  crave  to shed that extra flab. The only way to fight the waist flab is to have a healthy life. Here are some foods which help you keep away from the belly fat and give you a healthy toned body

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This fruit is a rich source of vitamin C and is packed with nutrients. Apple also contains pectin, a compound that is known to inhibit colon cancer. It also helps in maintaining weight.


As it contains rich water content, watermelon lowers the risk of developing belly fat. 


Packed with a lot of vitamin C and phytonutrients, tomatoes help in killing fat.


Filled with healthy fiber, banana helps curb appetite and makes the body burn fat. This fruit contains vitamin A, C, E, B6 as well as potassium, calcium and magnesium. Depending on the size, banana contains between 75 and 135 calories only.


It is better to include seafood in your diet as it helps in having a slim waist and better health.


Lamb contains vitamin B, protein, zinc and trytophan. This is certainly a better option to processed or canned meat, and is a healthy source of protein. Lamb contains conjugated linoleic acid.

Tart cherries

Diet containing tart cherries may help lower the risk of heart disease and metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a term used to refer to a group of problems which increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes along with belly fat.


Intake of fresh celery juice before a meal can even help you lose weight. Celery is a negative calorie food containing only eight calories. It is high in vitamin C and calcium.


With anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, avocados contain the amino acid lecithin which helps in preventing liver overload, aids the memory and helps balance weight.


Water is very essential. Drink eight to ten glasses of water every day.

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