3. Eat Veggies for Breakfast

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Veggies are high in filling fiber, low in calories, and stocked with vitamins and minerals that help fight belly bloat, says Brigitte Zeitlin, R.D., a New York City-based nutritionist.

But you're probably not eating enough of them.2

"We often go from a bagel at breakfast, to a chicken sandwich at lunch, to pizza for dinnerβ€”without including the most nutrient-dense foods of all," says Jennifer Giles, R.D.

She suggests adding chopped baby spinach to smoothies, oatmeal, eggs, or plain yogurt, since it has a neutral taste but packs in fiber, folate, and iron.

McMordie recommends sautΓ©eing whatever veggies you can scavenge from your fridge and adding them to an egg scramble.2

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