Foods or Drinks to Get Rid of Visceral Fat

Pineapple Juice

Pineapple contains bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme that can help you deal with belly fat by reducing hunger. The enzyme is also believed to speeding up your metabolism, which positively affects weight loss.


Eggs are loaded with protein that suppresses your hunger and appetite. Due to this, you are less likely to eat a lot of calories, which can cause abdominal weight gain.


Avocado is an excellent source of fibre. Due to this, it can suppress your appetite, allowing you to keep your calorie consumption in check. Avocados are also high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which elevate your metabolic rate and speed up fat burning.

Green Tea

Green tea has a decent amount of catechins and caffeine. According to one study, these compounds can increase your metabolism, allowing you to get rid of body weight and belly fat.

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