Adopt these fruits and vegetables for a flat tummy!

Updated: Dec 16, 2020

A flat stomach or tummy and not sacrifice on a cool diet?

It’s a dream at any age! Whether it’s the approach of summer holidays, to relieve bloating, prevent the risk of diabetes or cholesterol, there are many reasons. More effective than a drastic diet, doctors and dieticians say that it is wiser to favour certain fruits and vegetables, in addition to regular physical activity.

Healthy, tasty and digestible, these foods are also an incredible source of well-being and energy. Discover our top 10.


Low in calories, it is a real fibre concentrate, which limits the consumption of richer foods. Rich in iron, carotene and vitamins, it keeps us in shape in addition to fighting abdominal fat. It can be eaten both raw and steamed so you don’t get tired of it!


Packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre while being very low in calories, it is easily adapted to our tastes and goes wonderfully with our favourite dishes. Composed of 95% water, it has a moisturizing and depurative effect that also eliminates toxins and water retention.


Low in calories and rich in water, it helps to fill us up and prevent the consumption of more caloric foods. Consumed in juice, it also has a diuretic role that allows our body to eliminate waste and toxins, while stimulating our digestive system, excellent for hydrating the intestines.


Rather rich for a vegetable, it nevertheless favours a flat stomach: thanks to its low glycemic index, it helps to fight against abdominal fat. An excellent source of monounsaturated fatty acids, potassium and vitamins (E and B), it not only helps control weight, but also lowers cholesterol levels. Finally, its properties have the particularity of reducing the secretion of insulin, the hormone precisely responsible for the storage of fat in the hips and waist!

The tomato

Low in fat and calories, it is one of the richest fruits in both fibre and minerals. Tomatoes are bursting with sunshine and Lycopene, a natural antioxidant that also helps reduce the risk of cancer.


Our favorite! Especially the Granny Smith variety, preferably eaten raw. Particularly rich in fibre and antioxidants, it provides the essential elements to burn fat and toxins. In addition, its compounds cleanse the colon and intestine, for a lighter digestion.


Excellent for fighting localized fat, as well as for weight loss in general! Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, its acids improve our digestion and preserve our liver. In addition, its diuretic and detoxifying properties help burn fat. It can also be combined with ginger, which has the particularity of burning fats, reducing cholesterol and promoting digestion. Take lemon before or after a meal but not while you are eating (except a zest on the fish and seafood).


One of the ideal fruits to lose belly! It promotes a feeling of satiety and improves intestinal transit. Real potassium concentrate, it has a diuretic action, which avoids intestinal discomfort.


Ideal for keeping your figure and stomach flat, this tasty fruit contains an enzyme called bromelain, which helps to digest proteins and eliminate toxins. Note that it is better to eat it raw rather than canned.


This delicious, colourful and sweet fruit is particularly rich in anthocyanins, the component that gives it such vivid colour. It helps to burn abdominal fat and lowers cholesterol and inflammation. Sweet, they are still eaten in moderation.


Certainly caloric, when consumed in small quantities, they are the ally of a flat stomach and a feeling of satiety. Particularly rich in antioxidants and fibre, they help stabilize blood sugar levels and thus avoid cravings.

At the same time, do not forget to drink a lot of water (at least 1.5 litres / day) and limit your intake of fats and refined sugars which promote water retention. And to take care of your body as well as the environment, we prefer organic fruits and vegetables.

And complement this diet with these workouts:

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