4 Foods That Get Rid Of Back And Stomach Fat, According To A Nutritionist

August 7, 2018 by Emily Belfiore
shefinds | Food

Losing fat is hard to do, especially if you’re trying to get rid of it in a certain place. When it comes to belly and back fat, health experts say that the best way to lose it is by creating a healthy diet and exercise plan. But not just any foods will do, you need fat-burning proteins and greens to get the job done!

“Eliminating refined carbs, sugary, high-calorie foods are a great way to kickstart fat loss,” explains New York-based nutritionist Regina Fazzini. “Instead, start introducing lean proteins like salmon and grilled chicken into your diet as well as a hearty helping of leafy, nutrient-filled vegetables. Establishing a consistent, fat-burning exercise plan is also needed to help burn calories. The amount of calories you should be consuming for fat loss depends on your age, gender, weight, and more, so talk with your doctor to find out how many you need per day to start losing fat in healthy, safe way.”

Need help finding the right foods to add to your fat loss diet plan? Here are some of Fazzini’s top picks:



Berries are great for fat loss because of their anti-inflammatory properties, which is all thanks to their inflammation-fighting flavonoids antioxidants. 



Foods that are rich in fiber will also help you get rid of fat in your stomach and back. Steel cut oats are a great and easy way to get a healthy dose of fiber and protein. All of that fiber and protein will eventually help keep you full and curb any unhealthy cravings and excess calorie intake. 

Sweet Potatoes


Sweet potatoes are an excellent carb alternative and will also help keep you feeling fuller longer. They're digested slowly and keep you energized longer than many other carbs. Sweet potatoes are also loaded with fiber and carotenoids, which are antioxidants that stabilize blood sugar and lower insulin resistance. This is needed for those who are looking to lose fat because it prevents the calories you've consumed from being stored as fat in the body. 




Matcha isn't a food per se, but it's loaded with the antioxidant EGCG, which has been found to increase your body's levels of the hormone CCK that prevents hunger. In fact, studies have shown that drinking a cup of freshly-brewed matcha after exercising can help increase fat burn by up to 25 percent! 


Associate Editor

Emily Belfiore is a former associate editor of SheFinds. She wrote beauty, weight loss, wellness and celebrity stories for the site. She is a pop culture enthusiast.

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