Foods or Drinks to Get Rid of Visceral Fat

Foods or Drinks to Get Rid of Visceral Fat


Yoghurt is packed with proteins that suppress your appetite and increases the feeling of satiety. As a result, you will likely eat a few calories, helping you lose weight and visceral fat. Protein can also help you lose your abdominal weight by boosting your metabolism.


Broccoli is high in sulforaphane, a phytochemical that promotes weight loss and the elimination of visceral fat. This vegetable is also a good source of fibre that provides the filling effects, allowing you to keep your calorie consumption in check.

Diluted Apple Cider Vinegar

Diluted apple cider vinegar is home to acetic acid, which can elevate your metabolism rate, allowing you to burn belly fat.


Salmon is a popular oily fish and an excellent source of protein. It also contains vitamin D, which increases the production of hormones that reduce your hunger and appetite.

Ieva Kubiliute

Ieva Kubiliute is a psychologist and a sex and relationships advisor and a freelance writer. She's also a consultant to several health and wellness brands. While Ieva specialises in covering wellness topics ranging from fitness and nutrition, to mental wellbeing, sex and relationships and health conditions, she has written across a diverse range of lifestyle topics, including beauty and travel. Career highlights so far include: luxury spa-hopping in Spain and joining an £18k-a-year London gym. Someone’s got to do it! When she’s not typing away at her desk—or interviewing experts and case studies, Ieva winds down with yoga, a good movie and great skincare (affordable of course, there’s little she doesn’t know about budget beauty). Things that bring her endless joy: digital detoxes, oat milk lattes and long country walks (and sometimes jogs).

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