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Say Bye to the Bloat!

5 Easy Tips for Getting Your Stomach on Flat Flat

I've struggled with bloating for the longest time, and it totally kills my hot girl summer vibe when it feels like I can't put on my teeny bikinis. After trying so many different things, I finally learned how to say goodbye to the bloat once and for all. Keep scrolling for my tips <3


Start your morning with a shot of ACV

I always start my day with a glass of hot lemon water mixed with apple cider vinegar and honey. If that sounds like too much work in the morning, I take 2 Goli ACV gummies instead. This is a great way to kickstart your metabolism and aid digestion.

Cut down on meat and dairy

For some people, minor changes in your diet can make all the difference. Some foods are difficult to digest, which can lead to severe bloating and indigestion. After I cut out meat from my diet, I could literally see and feel a difference in my body in less than a few weeks. This may not be for everyone, which is understandable! Remember to implement more greens and fibers in your diet to keep it balanced and clean.

Drink lots of WATER!

Water allows for a speedier digestion process. I always keep a water bottle next to me throughout the day and refill it when I need to. Despite popular belief, there is actually no standard for how much water you should drink every day, and I don't think there needs to be. We usually get around 20%-40% of our daily water intake from the foods we eat, which is why you should be eating your fruits and veggies. Other than that, just drink water when you get thirsty. Imagine that. Also, keep in mind that you shouldn't drink water during meals because it dilutes the digestion acids in your stomach and can actually do the opposite of what you want.

Don't Skip Your Morning Stretches

Getting your body moving in the morning can be relieving for your stomach. When you're bloated, the back and core muscles are going to feel tight because of organ expansion. Stretching is going to help open everything up and increase circulation in the organs that are working to digest.

Love always,

Melania Zilo

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