If you’re vegan (or perhaps thinking of going vegan) you know that Vegan diets tends to be very “carb heavy”. You may have wondered “can I get a flat stomach while eating so much carbs?”

Indeed with a few small tweaks, vegan diets can be highly nutritious and can aid in both weight loss and getting a flat stomach! Below I’ve listed 5 small tricks to make a vegan diet healthier!

Flat Belly Vega Diet: Why Vegans Can Have A Hard time?

Vegans enjoy a plant based diet that is void of all animal based products. They rely on vegetables, grains, fruits and legumes for the bulk of their diet. Yup, that means vegan diets are “carb heavy” which can make it difficult to lose weight (depending on the choices being made)

Vegans diets are also notoriously known for being “low protein”. Most vegans struggle with getting enough protein in to support their lean mass.

Ouch! High carbs and low protein sounds like a disaster! Fortunately, with some small little tweaks Vegans diets can be made more nutritious and help you get a flat belly.

Flat Belly Vegan Diet: 5 Small Tricks To Get A Vegan Diet To Work For You

If you are a vegan struggling with getting a flat stomach, read on! Below are 5 tried and test tricks to make a vegan diet work for you and help you achieve a flat stomach.

  1. Choose to eat more vegetables over refined grains and simple sugars:

    Vegans generally rely on grains, fruits, legumes and vegetables. If you looking to get a flat stomach reduced simple sugars and refined grains (like rice, pasta, white potatoes, and couscous) and add in more vegetables!

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    Eat more vegetables and unrefined grains. (copyright avandas.lv)

  1. Choose more low allergenic foods:

    Vegans tend to eat a diet rich in grains and starchy carbohydrates. Some of these grains (like wheat) are very hyper-allergenic.This means they cause inflammation and immune system response when you eat them! Yup, that translates to bad skin and a bloated stomach and achy joints. Best to steer away from these grain and replace them with non-allergenic alternatives like whole grain brown rice, yams, sweet potatoes, squash, and buckwheat.