When you go on your weight loss journey, you must have seen that your stomach is the last place to lose fat. Yes, belly fat, which is visceral fat, can be stubborn, and it takes a lot of work to get rid of it. But fortunately, besides performing specific exercises that target abdominal fat, you can also include some foods that can fasten the process. According to a study in Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, the way to zero in and reduce visceral fat is simple. Just eat more soluble fiber from vegetables, fruit and beans, and engage in moderate physical activity. Researchers saw that for every 10-gram increase in soluble fiber eaten per day, visceral fat was reduced by 3.7 per cent over five years. In addition, increased moderate activity resulted in a 7.4 per cent decrease in the rate of visceral fat accumulation over the same time period. The journal Obesity published this study. Here, let us look at a few foods that can help you get rid of belly fat.