Studies have shown that certain foods can help you lose belly fat, and we can all have waist – shrinking features. Try to eat foods with a flat stomach that eat well and tighten the waist, or try to eat a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds and legumes. Meet these healthy meals to lose belly fat!
Green Goddess Salad with Chickpeas
This is a healthy green goddess dressing made with avocado, buttermilk and herbs and served deliciously with grilled vegetables.
Vegan Buddha Bowl
Aquafaba, the liquid from a can of chickpeas and avocado, makes this healthy dip particularly smooth and creamy. This vibrant green humus recipe couldn’t be simpler – just toss a few ingredients into the food processor and twirl away! This simple grain shell has protein – wrapped chickpeas, creamy avocado and a healthy green goddess dressing. Prepare the complete recipe over the weekend and place it in individual portion containers so that your midweek lunch is ready for work.
Vegetables, chips, flatbread and raw food can be served in this healthy, vegan, gluten-free, low-carbohydrate and healthy humus recipe.
For breakfast, you can get the probiotic effect by putting kefir in a smoothie or simply using berries, nuts and butter that you have at hand.
Avocado & Smoked Salmon Omelet
If you include avocado and smoked salmon in your morning routine at lunchtime, you’ll stay full for longer. The fiber in avocado will help you feel full for longer and the healthy fats will help you to satisfy your hunger.
Miso Soup Cup of Noodles with Shrimp & Green Tea Soba
This is buckwheat with powdery green tea, which gives it subtle grass notes and a beautiful color. It is available in Japanese markets and online, but it is also available in many other countries, such as the United States.
Chickpea & Quinoa Buddha Bowl
Regular buckwheat and soba noodles work just as well as regular rice noodles, but best with a bowl of Buddha. It seems that Buddha bowls tend to be like the stars in the sky, so be careful not to build a false one.
Sweet Potato-Peanut Bisque
This satiating vegetarian sweet potato soup is inspired by the flavours of West African peanut soup, but I prefer to keep it as simple as possible, with just the right amount of salt and pepper.
I like extra hot green chiles, but they can be very hot sometimes, so the best way to start is to take a small bite and add it to taste.
Matcha Green Tea Latte
Serve with a mixed green salad and vinaigrette (chopped peanuts or shallots to garnish) or as a side dish in the salad.
A touch of honey balances the bitterness of matcha in this healthy latte recipe, and a pinch of salt and cinnamon balances the sweetness of unsweetened almond, soy or coconut milk.
This classic humus recipe couldn’t be simpler – just throw a few ingredients into a food processor and you’re done serving vegetables, chips, flatbread or raw food. Aquafaba, the liquid from canned chickpeas, makes this healthy dip particularly smooth and creamy.
Almond-Matcha Green Smoothie Bowl
Be sure to use frozen bananas that are not fresh to keep the texture thick, creamy and frosty. Green matcha powder and spinach give this healthy smoothie bowl a lovely green hue, and this quick raspberry compote is baked for a nicer change to maple syrup. This fibrous oatmeal is made from 100% wholemeal and butter-free and is therefore excellent for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Red Pepper & Goat Cheese Frittata
This frittata is a baked omelette that doesn’t have to turn a leaf, and is characterized by a rich, creamy texture and a light, fluffy texture with just the right amount of crunch. The flavours of India inspire spicy vegetables in this simple vegetarian dinner, served with chipsalad and mesclun vegetables. These healthy meals are prepared with fresh herbs and spices, as well as wholemeal and butter and wholemeal bread.
Turmeric Rice Bowl with Garam Masala Root Vegetables & Chickpeas
Low-fat yoghurt and chopped pistachios are served for breakfast or dessert, and a selection of fruits is lacking in winter. Stable dried fruits and lemons are poached in a rich, creamy sauce made from olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper with fresh herbs and spices.
These healthy meals are tasty and will keep your stomach flat. They are especially useful after the holidays! But you do need to exercise!