belly fat burning smoothies recipes – belly fat burning recipes | Nautral Health
Everyone who struggles to get rid of their swollen belly seeks all possible ways to reduce it.
This recipe transforms ordinary water into a powerful belly fat burner! It also improves and strengthens your overall health. Sassy Water improves digestion, balances your equilibrium, and has almost 0 calories.
There is also a diet called the “Flat Belly Diet” invented by Cynthia Sass and is based on water consumption to produce weight loss. Even if you drink 8 glasses of water a day, you must still consider water retention and electrolyte balance.
Here is the complete recipe:
2 liters of water,
1 teaspoon grated ginger (fresh),
1 medium sized lemon, thinly sliced into rounds,
1 medium cucumber, peeled and thinly sliced into rounds,
12 small mint leaves,
Mix all ingredients in a large pitcher and let sit overnight in the refrigerator. Drink 4-5 glasses throughout the day.
You can start drinking the solution in the morning before breakfast for better and faster results. You will feel like you’ve lost 1 pound after the first two hours.
Nutritionists say that regular consumption of this water, along with moderate physical activity, can melt belly fat and helps alleviate a swollen belly.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PREGNANT WOMEN AND NURSING MOTHERS, OR FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE STOMACH PROBLEMS OR ARE ALLERGIC TO ANY OF THE INGREDIENTS LISTED!
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