Choose more probiotics.
Probiotics are ‘good’ bacteria that help your digestive system by preventing the gastrointestinal issues which contributes to have a flat stomach. To make sure your plumbing is working at ideal capacity, eating a daily serving of a probiotic-rich food like miso, sauerkraut, yogurt, kimchi, or buttermilk.
Don’t forget prebiotics.
They’re the non-living compounds that enhance the growth of this beneficial bacteria. Vegetables, fruit, nuts, beans, seeds, and whole grains will give your body’s probiotics the energy they need to survive and thrive.
Give up gum.
Because chewing forces you to swallow more air into your body, it can also keep you from fitting into your skinny jeans. Therefore, in case you need to get a fresh breath, you’re better be sucking on a mint or brush it off.
Take a break.
When you’re stress, anxiety and frazzled, your body increases the production of steroids and stress hormones, which negatively impact your digestive system, causing major constipation. Moreover, stress also increases the production of cortisol, a “fight or flight” hormone that sends excess fat directly to your belly in its attempt to protect your vital organs. To reduce tension, taking 30 minutes a day to relax.
Walk it off…
Even if you can’t get to the gym, try to squeeze in a 30-minute light exercise or walking daily. It’s the simple boost in metabolism which will help you burn belly fat more efficiently. And if you want to work out, skip those apps that promise “miraculous abs in minutes.” as due to a recent study, most devices designed to target core don’t live up to their promises. You’ll see much better results by practicing traditional exercise.
Don’t be fooled by the light movements, yoga might not be a hardcore cardio workout but it has countless of belly-flattening benefits. Many Yoga poses will tighten and tone your tummy in just minutes a day — no crunches necessary!