Ways to Get a Flat Stomach Without Diet or Exercise (Part 2)

Perfect your posture.
Straighten up and your body look better right away as with good posture, you’re automatically engaging and toning your stomach muscles. If you need to remind yourself to stand straight, use a few sticky notes.

Sip more water.
Keep those water coming! Being hydrated helps the body lessen up to four excess pounds around your belly. Aim for intake of at least eight cups of water daily.

Eat more high-water foods

Yep, high-water foods like fruits and veggies will fill your belly up faster. We recommend to begin your meal with soup, salad, or some sliced steamed veggies and spicy hummus. The combo of hot peppers and the chickpeas’ soluble fiber can help control hunger.

Brew some coffee.
Another win method for your day: Caffeinated coffee is a natural therapy, which helps you by eliminating excess water in the body and keep things moving in your gut. The regular bowel activities help keep a flatter belly.

Snack on nuts.
Research has found that eating nuts help us having a lower waist circumference as nuts are rich in monounsaturated fats, making them a more satisfying choice of food than carb-based food. Make sure you choose the unsalted versions to avoid sodium-induced puff, and keep in mind each serving is no more than a small handful.

Add milk to your breakfast.
Pour low-fat milk on your morning cereal and you may soon have a flat belly. Diets high in calcium-containing foods have been proven to help attain healthier body weight. Plus, the minerals contain in dairy products including calcium, potassium, and magnesium — can help to balance the amount of sodium intake.

Eat more slowly.
Rather than rus meals, try to chew each bite at least 102 times before swallowing. As the body has to work hard to break down food in the stomach, it can lead to major gas and indigestion as you’re more prone to swallowing air, making you to feel a little puffy.