Tart cherries boost melatonin levels, making them a good bedtime snack. Did you know that ruby red orbs can also reduce tummy fat? The Journal of Medicinal Foods reported that tart cherry eating reduced belly obesity. 

Tart Cherrie

Pu-erh is green tea's neglected twin. Chinese fermented tea is prepared from Camellia sinensis leaves and stems, like green, black, and oolong teas.  

Pu-erh Tea

Foodtrainers certified dietician Lauren Slayton believes sunflower nuts and sunbutter are belly-busters. " 

Sunflower Seed

Quinoa, the star of Buddha bowls and superfood salads, has more protein than any other grain and all nine essential amino acids—a plant rarity 


Eat blueberries regularly to look your best. The antioxidant-rich fruit reduced abdominal fat, lipids, and body weight in a Journal of Medicinal Food study.


Cottage cheese is low in calories and high in protein—casein, which digests slowly than whey to keep you full. Good Culture probiotic cheese boosts slimming.

Cottage Cheese

Spicy pickled cabbage can enhance salads and fight obesity. Kimchi's Lactobacillus brevis probiotics reduced high-fat diet-induced weight gain by 28%, according to Kyung Hee University researchers in Seoul. Sauerkraut, pickles, and brined olives also trim waistlines.


You won't lose weight if you're always stressed. Why? Stress hormone cortisol causes abdominal fat storage. There's a simple solution: Bell peppers, a vitamin C powerhouse, alleviate stress and combat obesity.

Bell Pepper