This flat belly mixed berry smoothie recipe is filling, delicious, and perfectly healthy.
To start, it makes you feel totally amazing drinking it.
It’s also loaded with nutritious ingredients that’ll help you banish belly bloat.
Like many women, my stomach has always been my problem area. And it’s certainly where I want to see results.
I’m not one of those people who are blessed with great genetics and a natural flat tummy.
I wish I could eat whatever I want, exercise whenever I want or never, but still have a toned stomach.
But that’s really not the case, sadly.
And it’s not for many other people.
So for me and a million others, the key is to eat clean and workout regularly to get a flat belly.
But with the emphasis on clean eating.
This is because your abs are literally made in the kitchen.
The breakdown is actually more like this.
Your physique = 80% nutrition, 10% exercise and 10% genetics.
Certainly, these are not definite numbers.
And it’s slightly different for everyone too.
But I’m a firm believer that nutrition is the biggest component in how you look and how you feel.
From my experience, I know that eating a clean diet is what makes my stomach look and feel great. In particular, a diet full of fruits, veggies, lean proteins, smart carbs, and healthy fats works!
For a flat tummy, I also like to focus on a lot of healthy foods that can actually help reduce belly fat and banish bloat.
While there is no magic food that’ll blast fat away, there are some that are more helpful than others.
So what I’ve done today is to pack all those bloat banishing foods into one delicious smoothie. It’s splendidly filling, ridiculously healthy, and wonderfully tasty.
It’s perfect for your Belly Fat Diet Meal Plan
Flat Belly Keto Smoothie Ingredients:
Almond Butter – out of many nuts, almonds are rich in monounsaturated fats, protein and Vitamin E.
Since vitamin E is an antioxidant, it does wonder for your skin and keeps it looking young.
Also, fiber/protein combo in almonds helps to keep cravings away and keep your blood sugar stable.
Blackberries – blackberries have an impeccable nutrition profile.
There are only 62 calories per cup but pack 8g of fiber. Fiber is a natural appetite suppressant, keeping your stomach full for longer (1).
They are also a great source of vitamins C and K and manganese.
With manganese, blackberries can speed up metabolism and make you feel energized.
Raspberries – Half a cup delivers 4 grams of fiber, as well as 25% of your DRI of vitamin C and manganese (2).
Raspberries are high in powerful antioxidants and polyphenols. Together, they can help reduce your risk of heart disease and aid with digestion.
Strawberries – one cup of strawberries or about 8 of them come to be 50 calories, 3 grams fiber, and some vitamin C (3).
Not to mention, they are an excellent source of fiber, folate, and potassium. Like other berries, they are also plentiful in antioxidants.
Berries, in general, are low in sugar and full in antioxidants, making them a great snack for flat abs. In fact, one cup of berries a day can help you achieve your lean tummy greatly. They furthermore boost your digestion, stabilize your blood sugar and reduce bloating.
In this berry smoothie recipe, I packed as many of those healthy berries to make it filling to your stomach.
It’s low-carb and can be keto-friendly with added fats like coconut milk to your smoothie. If you don’t want it to be as satisfying, you can substitute it with almond milk.
For more healthy smoothies, check out our keto smoothies.