While it's not possible to uncover a six-pack overnight, it is possible to reduce bloat in hours just by eating strategically—even without subsisting on niche superfoods that you have to search 12 health-food stores to find. Here, nutritionist Keri Glassman reveals a day of flat-belly meals and snacks made from ingredients that you can probably find in your pantry or local bodega.

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Pour your smoothie into a bowl, garnish it with fruit and other favorite toppings, and it's as if you're eating fro yo for breakfast. Click through for this and other healthy breakfast recipes that will start your day off strong.

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Sweet potatoes and kale are a dynamic duo — but you can use this fritatta recipe as a template for any leftover veggies in the fridge. Click through for this and other healthy breakfast recipes that will start your day off strong.

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It's like Choose Your Own Adventure: Breakfast Edition! Memorize this fiber-filled muffin batter and add whatever mix-ins your heart desires. Click through for this and other healthy breakfast recipes that will start your day off strong.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: When it comes to resistant starch, a unique fiber that resists digestion, cannellini beans lead the pack.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: This low-cal, calcium-rich treat activates the body's fat-burning hormones, say University of Wisconsin researchers.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: "Tea, especially green tea, is rich in antioxidants that have been proven to speed metabolism," explains Mark Ukra, author of The Ultimate Tea Diet.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: In addition to containing lots of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, avocados are a terrific source of filling fiber (11 to 17 grams per avocado!), making them a great food for staving off hunger.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: There's a reason the woman in the yogurt commercial fits into her bikini: Calcium helps break down fat and may even prevent it from forming!

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: Who would have guessed that a kid-friendly food could be waist-friendly, too? Peanut butter is packed with niacin, which keeps the digestive system on track and prevents belly bloat.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: If their vitamins and minerals don't persuade you, maybe their waist-whittling powers will do the trick. Veggies like spinach and broccoli are loaded with fiber and very few calories.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: The right kinds of carbs are actually good for you. Choose whole grains — their fiber keeps you from getting hungry.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: Your body burns more calories digesting protein than carbs or fat. Want the leanest meat out there? Opt for turkey, but to cut down even more on saturated fat, choose fish.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: Eggs contain vitamin B12, which your body needs to metabolize fat. In fact, researchers at Louisiana State University found that people who ate eggs for breakfast every day lost more weight than those who ate bagels.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: Berries stuff a lot of filling fiber into a tiny package: Just one cup of raspberries has six grams.

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Everyone needs a little fat —€” it controls hunger. Go for monounsaturated fats like olive or canola oil. They will help keep your cholesterol under control and satisfy cravings.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: Protein powder contains amino acids that burn fat and build muscle. Add two teaspoons to a smoothie for a fat-busting drink. Find it at health food stores.

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The best things to eat to lose belly fat: Go nuts! They slim your tummy by keeping it full. A Purdue University study showed that people who ate nuts felt full longer than those who ate rice cakes.

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You're guide to eating after a walking workout to satisfy your snacking urges without undoing calorie burn. Get pacing!

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Wave in tank top season with more confidence — and less jiggle — using this dumbbell workout for your arms.

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Here's a week-long menu for our Lose 20 Pounds Fast Diet program.

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Turn your home into your gym, without buying expensive equipment.

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Sitting in the rolling chair — abs tucked, shoulders back — move yourself forward by digging your heels into the floor. Harder than you thought!

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Pulses include dry peas, beans, chickpeas, and lentils.

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Tone your body from head to toe with a kettlebell: Start with a 7-pound 'bell, and try this routine twice a week, three times through!

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