Tags archives: bloat

 

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How to Cheat the Bloat Factor

 
 

Similar to what people advise when it comes to how to prevent a hangover (not drinking) or how to prevent pregnancy (not having sex)… the best bloat prevention is not partaking in the puff-making foods, drinks, and practices in the first place! Right… But sometimes you simply “can’t help yourself.” And sometimes you actually can’t- [...]

 

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5 Ways to Cut the Salt and Stop Being So Puffy

When used correctly, salt elevates the flavor of food, making dull nuances pop and bringing otherwise bland dishes to life. The problem is, when used incorrectly and excessively the body responds by becoming visibly puffy, bloated, swollen, like you gained 5 pounds overnight. Long-term, salt has been linked to high blood pressure- the leading cause of cardiovascular disease.

 

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De-Puffing Bites w/ Benefits Grocery List

 
 

Food isn’t just there for the purpose of filling and fattening you up. It can also help to burn fat, energize, calm, even reduce puffiness from too much alcohol, salt, “that time of the month,” or just basic water retention. Here are a few foods to help minimize the swell.

 

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Soaks & Scrubs that Slim

Bath products and scrubs that contain caffeine or algae actually help reduce puffiness and, over the long run may minimize the appearance of cellulite! Just make sure you are soaking in all-natural green suds, salts, and powders. Remember: your skin is actually an extremely porous organ, ingesting anything that touches it- chemicals and all. You wouldn’t suck on chemical stick would you? So why would you soak in them?

 

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Foods To Fake A Perfect Body

Eat to de-puff and fake perfection! Yes, ingest good healthy carbs in the morning like oatmeal, berries, a green smoothie, plus some healthy fats such as almond butter slathered on a banana or apple. For lunch and dinner eat lots of veggies and healthy proteins such as fish, hemp seeds (also a great source of fiber), almonds, or lean high quality meats, and VEGGIES (oh, did I say that already?). If you have a hankering for something sweet, have a small chunk of dark chocolate (at least 65% cocoa).