5 natural drinks that will help you lose belly fat

Published: August 25, 2019


Relying purely on juicing for weight loss is not a new concept, but there are so many more effective drinks which can help you lose wight fast.

Health experts recommend to add these drinks to your daily diet to shed unwanted belly fat, because this will speed up the process. From fennel water to lemon pani, there are so many options to assist in weight loss.

Pinkvilla recommends to drink these early in the morning when metabolism is at its peak. They will help you achieve your goals, healthily and sustainably.

Fennel water

Fennel seeds have some diuretic properties that help with detoxification. They help flush out toxins from the body and speed up the metabolism process. Mix a teaspoon of fennel seeds in water and leave it overnight. Strain and drink the water the next day.

Zeera water

Zeera is widely used in rice, pooris and curries. And now you can use them to burn that stubborn belly fat too. Zeera helps boost digestion and metabolism and also accelerates fat-burning process. Add a teaspoonful of zeera into a glass of water and leave it overnight. Strain the drink and consume first thing in the morning.

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Ajwain water

Ajwain seeds helps with digestion and absorption of food. This stores less fat in our body, which ultimately leads to weight loss. Soak 2 teaspoons of the seeds in a cup of water overnight. Add some water and boil it in the morning, let it cool down and consume it on an empty stomach.

Lemon water

Desi favourite nimbu paani is packed with antioxidants and pectin fibre that helps with belly fat. Take a glass of water, add freshly squeezed lemon juice and drink it first thing in the morning daily.

Ginger lemongrass tea

Both ginger and lemongrass are rich in anti-inflammatory properties. They curb hunger packs and keep you full for a longer time, which then helps with weight loss. Take one piece of fresh ginger and lemongrass, add water and bring them to boil, let it cool down to sip.

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  • Bunny Rabbit
    Aug 25, 2019 - 7:26PM

    There is no substitute to sensible eating and exercising . Recommend

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