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Aside from fiber, liquid can also offer that full feeling, as well as prevent the bloating that accompanies constipation. Aside from hydrating fruits and veggies, go for low-cal options like straight-up water, coconut water, green tea, or unsweetened almond milk (it's only 30 calories per cup).

Elyse suggests also trying coconut milk, kombucha, or kefir, and Stephanie and Willow love adding a few ice cubes, since it makes the smoothie frostier. If you're worried about the sugar content but love using coconut water or coconut-water ice cubes, Willow suggests cutting down slightly on the fruit when using it as an ingredient.

This Debloating Pineapple Papaya Smoothie is made with cucumbers, coconut water, and ice cubes.

Photo: Jenny Sugar

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