Best carbs to eat for a flat stomach

No matter what time of year it is, we all want a flat stomach. Feeling bloated and out of shape is a downer and takes a serious toll on our confidence. Nutrition plays the biggest role in the shape of our bodies, especially the stomach area. Balancing a combination of protein and carbohydrates is essential to achieving a consistently flat stomach. But what carbs are best for you? We’ve tested and succeeding in eating the 6 best carbs to eat for a flat stomach; see below.

Quinoa

One of my absolute favorites that I make every week mixing in all of my favorite vegetables like spinach, broccoli and Brussels sprouts. This protein-enriched grain is perfect for a vegetarian option or combining it with grilled chicken or shrimp; quinoa is a best carb option and you should be eating it.

Sweet potatoes

Did you know the sweet potato is the most nutrient-packed vegetable in the produce aisle at your grocery store? It’s one of the best carbs you can eat for a flat stomach because they’re easy to digest, keep your full and enables peek performance. Eat them often, pair them with healthy proteins and green vegetables.

Steel cut oats

This is one of my husband’s favorites! Incorporating oatmeal into your diet, especially in the morning, will keep you feeling satisfied for hours following and give you the energy needed to perform throughout your day.

Black beans

If you haven’t tried the best black bean dip yet, you must. A combination of vegetables ¬†supply the body energy and keep you feeling fuller longer because of the rich fiber and balanced blood sugar levels the black beans supply.

Rice

Yes, rice, white or brown, is good for you! So enjoy that sushi without guilt. Rice is easy for the body to digest and contains tons of vitamins and minerals. The goal is to supplement and nourish the body with foods that keep you satisfied longer; rice is one of those.

Fruits

Another high quality carb you should be eating is fruit. Whatever fruits you love, pick a few up at the store each week because they’re packed with vitamins, minerals and are satisfying the sweet tooth without the fat.

 

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