A Guide to a ‘Flat’ Stomach

Women will NEVER have a completely flat stomach, and that’s okay!! Women have a uterus that men do not have, so our bodies will never look the same… and they honestly shouldn’t look the same anyway.


There are a few things that you can do to lose the inflammation, heal your gut, and in turn, flatten your belly.

  1. Know your triggers. Are you eating foods that your body is intolerant to? Do you eat a lot of sugar? Are you exposed to a lot of chemicals? Are your hormones imbalanced?
  2. Eat more fermented foods that are rich in beneficial bacteria!!
  3. Take probiotics to increase the good bacteria in your belly.
  4. Eat less grains, sugar, and dairy. All are inflammatory.
  5. Eat more meat and vegetables!
  6. Eat a few bites of protein before the rest of your meal… This will help to prepare your digestive system for the rest of your meal and speed up your metabolism.
  7. Take a shot of Apple Cider Vinegar in water 15-30 mins before each meal to increase the good bacteria and stimulate digestive enzymes to prepare your body to break down food!
  8. Drink more water!!
  9. Drink 2-4 ounces of pure aloe vera juice every day to promote collagen, calm the GI and help to heal your gut.
  10. Love your little pouch, because being a woman is beautiful!🤍

Published by Whole Health Restoration

I am 19 years old and have struggled with my health for as long as I can remember. I often wondered why God allowed me to be filled with so much sickness, including polycystic ovarian syndrome, leaky gut, adrenal fatigue, an autoimmune disease known as Hashimotos, and more food allergies than I can even remember. Yet, I have recently discovered the power that everything we eat, touch, and breathe has on the human body, both positive and negative. I have learned that God allowed me to be sick so that I could help others to get better. I hope that through my blog, you are encouraged, feel less alone, and discover a healthier you.

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