9 Best Foods to Add to Your Smoothie for a Flat Belly

Seeds

Seeds such as hemp, chia, and flax are nutritionally dense and can be effortlessly added into smoothies to provide extra fiber, healthy fats, and protein.

Avocado

Avocados are an excellent source of healthy fats that can help keep you full and satiated. The fruit is packed with healthy fats and contain a plethora

Cauliflower rice

Frozen cauliflower rice is a great way to add some fiber, vitamin C, folate, and choline (an essential nutrient that regulates mood, memory, and other functions) into your diet.

Leafy greens

By dropping a few handfuls of spinach or kale into your morning blend, you effectively add a wide range of nutrients including vitamins C, A

Nut butter

Couple tablespoons of nut butter can also enhance your drink with protein, antioxidants, healthy fats, and essential minerals like magnesium and selenium.

Plant milk

Today, most commercial plant milk options such as almond, pea, soy, and oat, are fortified with vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B12 and calcium.

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Adding a scoop of protein powder to a smoothie or shake is a good way to stay satiated or help your body recover post-workout.

Spirulina

Spirulina—also known as blue-green algae—is a good source of protein and a rich source of B vitamins. Research shows that spirulina may also have pain-relief and anti-inflammatory properties.

Tofu

Its soft texture and relatively neutral flavor of tofu make it a great ingredient to add to smoothies. Not to mention, the soy-based product is inexpensive, holds up in the fridge

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