Probiotics and detox: Top five tips for not feeling bloated

This delicious green smoothie is a nutritional powerhouse, making it an easy detox breakfast. Green tea offers and energy boost, ginger helps fight inflammation, coconut water is great for hydration, and tocos (a superfood derived from organic brown rice bran) is an incredible source of vitamin E, which supports for healthy muscle function and glowing skin.




If you're looking to flatten your belly for the long term, there's no substitute for losing a few pounds, Jensen says.

3 Detox Water Recipes: Belly Slimming, Anti-Bloating

You'd love to have a flat belly for the party tonight, but thanks to one too many sodas or that basket of tortilla chips, zipping your pants is a real struggle. Abdominal bloating not only looks bad but can also cause physical discomfort. The good news? Experts say stomach bloating is a condition you can avoid pretty easily.

The longer you can stretch out that period of fasting, the fewer calories you'll take in. The fewer calories you consume, the less opportunity you have to eat something that will bloat your stomach. Cut off food intake by 7 pm or 8 pm at night, and delay breakfast a little further into the day. Make sure you have at least 12 hours between your last meal tonight and your first meal tomorrow. You'll give your digestive system time to recover, and boom, you'll notice that belly bloat disappear.

Studies show that just ten minutes of physical activity will help reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the bloodstream.




Intermittent fasting has become popular over the years for its science-backed weight loss benefits. For most of us, not eating for 16 hours in a day doesn't seem realistic. But here's a secret: You actually fast every night, while you're asleep—that's why they call the first meal of the day "breakfast."


4 Eat slowly. Often, when you eat quickly, you take in large gulps of air which gets trapped in your digestive system and causes bloating.