Apples are a great snack, however: One fruit provides an average of 4.5 grams of protein and around 10% of your daily vitamin C requirement, so don’t give up on them altogether. “Eating apples specifically has been linked to a lower risk of heart disease and respiratory problems, including asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema,” Sass says. Eat them in moderation and separately from meals, and time your eating right: “If you’ll be wearing a form-fitting outfit or bathing suit, you might not want to reach for an apple,” Sass says. Other fruits that bloat: pear, peaches, and prunes.
Stocking up your supermarket trolley or digital shopping basket with these nutrient-dense foods will help you to trim your belly while enjoying a host of other health benefits Espresso Ditch the full-fat latte and have an espresso, especially before you hit the gym. The hit of caffeine will give you increased energy and focus, allowing […]
Katherine Flynn What could be better than a pumpkin spice latte? Everything we love about pumpkin spice flavor in spreadable form. Think of this as your fall version of Nutella. Make this pumpkin butter to have on hand all season long to add warm flavor to your oatmeal, yogurt, breads, pancakes, or just eat a […]
Meghan JonesDec 13 When you ponder the health content of ramen noodles, buzz words like “sodium” and “refined carbohydrates” probably come to mind. But do you know how those things actually affect your body? kariphoto/Shutterstock It’s no secret that a package of instant ramen noodles is a guilty-pleasure meal for many. Whether it’s an absolute […]