Nutritionists Recommend THIS for Breakfast to People Who Want to Lose Belly Fat!

If  you are bored from eating  fast food instead of healthy food, this is the healthiest breakfast you can ever have. It has very important benefits because it contains a big amounts of vitamins and minerals which are necessary for our organism to function well. It is a time for ‘vitamin bomb’. This breakfast also improves your skin and hair and makes them softer and shinier.


If you take this breakfast every day or at least 3-4 times in a week, you will reduce belly fat and eliminate the toxins of your body.


This breakfast is efficient in solving problems such as: lazy bowels and costive. If you consume this breakfast for a month, you can lose 6 to 10 pounds and you will be healthier, fresher, sexier and you will be satisfied by your new look. You will need these ingredients which will improve the look on your nails, skin and hair too.


– 300 ml of kefir

– 2 tbsp oatmeal

– 1 tsp ground flaxseed

– 1 tsp cocoa powder

– 5-7 fleshy prunes


It is better if you prepare the breakfast in the evening for the next day.

Pour 100ml of boiled water on the prunes, cover and leave them for 5-10 minutes. Up to that time, put  the oat flakes, crushed flaxseed and cocoa in a bowl. In the end, add the kefir and mix well. You can chop the prunes or you can blend them until you get puree. Add this puree to the kefir mixture. Stir well and put the mixture in a fridge. In the morning your breakfast is ready for a short period of time and you can enjoy in a healthy, delicious breakfast which will give you ‘fuel’ for all day.

Results will be noticeable for a couple of days. Maybe you will experience some strange  feeling in your stomach  the first day, but then it will disappear.  Your digestive system will start working like a clock.

Source: Healthy Lifestyle Zone


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