I love a good detox smoothie. I’ve been drinking these delicious, healthy smoothies for years and still have them at least 3-4 times a week.
If I’m feeling bloated and need a natural detox cleanse, I’ll replace 1 to 2 meals a day with detox smoothies and more often than not, I can really lose weight fast.
Also called weight loss smoothies or green smoothies, detox smoothies are easy to make and taste delicious – especially when you find ingredients you especially like.
If you need to lose up 5-10 pounds quickly, I encourage you to try a 3 day smoothie cleanse and see how effective detox smoothies for weight loss can be.
Special Tip: Detox smoothies are a powerful weight loss tool that you can (and should) use every day.
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Belly fat is more than just a nuisance that makes your clothes feel tight.
Fat inside the belly area is also termed visceral fat, and it is seriously harmful.
This type of fat is a major risk factor for type 2 diabetes and heart disease, to name a few .
Many health organizations use BMI (body mass index) to classify weight and predict the risk of metabolic disease. However, this is misleading.
People with excess belly fat are at an increased risk, even if they look thin on the outside .
Although losing fat from this area can be difficult, there are several things you can do to reduce excess abdominal fat.
Here are 20 effective tips to lose belly fat, backed by scientific studies.
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You know fresh produce is healthy, but who wants to be hungry an hour after eating them? These are the fruits and veggies most likely to keep you satisfied.
Fruits and vegetables are the cornerstone of any healthy eating or weight loss plan, but they can also be challenging if you’re looking to curb your hunger. After all, if you’re starving soon after eating them, you’ll be less likely to stick to your goals. So which fill you up best? The secret is in the fiber. “Fiber helps keep us feeling fuller longer, as it slows gastric emptying, keeping food in our stomach as it breaks down,” says Bridget Murphy, MS, a registered dietitian at NYU Langone Medical Center. “It is estimated that the average American consumes only about 12 grams of fiber per day—less than half the recommendation of 25 to 30 grams of fiber per day for women, and 30 to 35 grams for men.” One fiber-filled veggie she recommends is artichoke—one cup of artichoke hearts has nearly nine grams! Plus, according to the University of Michigan, they aid digestion, making your stomach feel full but not uncomfortable. Find out why artichokes sweeten water, and other foods that trick your taste buds.
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