This is Blake Lively's strange diet for a flat stomach

There is a diet that will help you with digestion and will finally eliminate the uncomfortable and unsightly bloating.

It is the "Fermentable, Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols" diet and is based on limiting the intake of foods rich in those carbohydrates.

Blake Lively maintains a diet that is designed for those who have an excessive proliferation of bacteria in the small intestine, it is an easy diet to follow.

To begin with, eliminate dairy products, legumes, certain types of cereals, and blueberries from your diet.

You may be thinking that eliminating these healthy foods doesn't make sense, but it is precise because we think they are so healthy that we often abuse them to the point that our bodies can't metabolize them properly.

It is recommended to follow this diet for a maximum of eight weeks, because as it is restrictive, and not recommended to follow it for long periods of time.

The advantage is that after that time, you will have learned which foods are best and worst tolerated.


Phase one of the diet consists of eliminating foods rich in Fermentable, Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols, although this restriction should only be carried out for between three and eight weeks, because FODMAPs are important for the health of the stomach.

The second phase is to reintroduce foods rich in FODMAPs. This way you will identify what type of FODMAPs you tolerate and the exact amount your body assimilates. Each food is tested between one and three days to know definitively the exact amounts that your body tolerates.

Phase three of the diet consists of personalizing your diet. This phase consists of restricting some FODMAPs, but the quantity and type are adapted to the tolerances that each one has identified in phase two.

The vegetables to be restricted are artichokes, asparagus, garlic, onions and mushrooms, while the recommended ones are aubergines, green beans, carrots, cucumbers, lettuce and tomatoes.

Fruits to avoid in this diet are apples, cherries, pears and melon, while grapes, kiwi, tangerines, oranges, pineapple and strawberries are well tolerated.

Processed meats and seafood and marinated meat are not permitted on this diet. Blake Lively maintains a strange diet that gives him great results.

More News