I don't know about you, but I ate way too much this past weekend. I saw this online today and thought I would share.
Not only are they good, but Cucumbers are loaded with water, which helps fight bloat.
Just like cucumbers, watermelon is loaded with water which again, fights bloat. It’s also less than 100 calories per large wedge, and surprisingly isn’t loaded with sugar.
You probably already know that water retention is one of the reasons you puff out, but asparagus can help reduce it, says nutritionist Stephanie Middleberg, RD.
Ate something salty the night before? Eat a banana in the morning. Nutrition experts say high-potassium foods like this can off-set sodium.
5. Egg Whites
It’s packed with protein, which will fill you up.
6. Red Grapes
These are full of water and can prevent gas. Not to mention...they're very good.
7. Greek Yogurt
Not only is Greek yogurt full of protein, it helps aid in digestion.
Try to include at least one healthy fat in every meal, like avocado, nut butter, fish, or olive oil. They’ll help you feel full without too much volume.
Almonds and pistachios are great. Their high-protein count also helps you feel fuller, faster.
Hitting up a BBQ? Go for grilled veggies like zucchini. They’ll fill you up without too many calories, so you won’t be as tempted to load up on bloaty foods like chips and potato salad.