The search for perfect flat belly diet is extremely popular in the world and most of those who practice it are people who want to remove excess fat from their abdomen - of course. In addition to the melting of fat in the aforementioned area, combined with adequate exercises can help a lot in formation of the abdominal muscles. Well, what are you waiting for? Winter will not last forever, so it's high time to throw on a healthy eating and get some exercise.

When comes ford for muscle, they play a very important role in the preservation of slender bodies. In fact, with them will be much easier to keep the lost weight even when you get a little larger quantities of foods than the diet prescribed because they prevent the formation of new layers of fat.

If your decision about food recipes is correct, then forget about counting calories which are boring and give you headache every day. All you need is to consult with your chosen nutritionist and strictly adhere to the diet for six weeks. During this time you need to drink at least 8 glasses of water and a cup or two of green tea.

During the six weeks of your flat belly diet plan, foods that are allowed to consume are: almonds, beans and peas, green vegetables, milk and low-fat dairy products, oatmeal, sugar, eggs, lean meat (chicken, turkey, fish, veal, beef), peanut butter, olive oil, whole or rye bread, whey protein and berries, apples, avocados, bananas, brown rice, fruit juices without sugar, mushrooms, watermelons, melons, apples, oranges, peppers, popcorn, seafood, shellfish, squid , octopus and tomato.

Well, dear, you can start and enjoy your tummy reduction.

Myth and Facts Exposed About Any Flat Belly Diet!

Skip Breakfast
Myth: If you do not eat breakfast, your body will burn your "stock"
Fact: Yes - Thin people eat breakfast, obese people are skipping breakfast.

If you do not eat breakfast, you are more likely to over eat your-self during the day. When your sugar level will drop down, you will not even look at what you put in your mouth. In addition, you will probably have hunger pangs at night and all the unhealthy you’ve eaten will be "squeezed" directly on your stomach and hips.

Scientists from Imperial College London have made recordings of brain magnetic resonance imaging, to determine what happens when you do not have breakfast. It turns out that the people who do not have the habit of eating breakfast, brain centers for "rewarding" immediately alarms the image itself of having pizzas and cakes or chocolates, so it's much harder to resist temptation.

Any food rich in protein is a good choice for a morning meal: boiled eggs, yogurt with berries, omelets, muesli with nuts fruit ...

If, however, you can not get you to eat breakfast, eat at least a handful of almonds or hazelnuts in the first hour after awakening. It is enough so during the day you won’t feel too hungry.

You Are On Diet During The Week, But On Weekends You Over eat Your Self?
Myth: If you eat healthy all week, it's okay to completely relax for the weekend
Fact: Even if you resist temptation five days, two days of overeating ruin your plan to bring order untill the spring

Let's say that during the working week you have strict attention to calories from your flat belly diet. Not to overuse carb, resist ice cream, pizza, chocolate ... And then comes the weekend and you want to reward. The consequences? For weekend days you can put on up to five pounds, do not mention that, that you’ll feel like you are on an endless diet!

The solution is, the healthy diet must simply become your lifestyle. When you stop to see it as a "punishment" will be lost the need for "rewarding" weekends. Besides, even if you want to lose weight, it's okay to occasionally eat the foods you love, it's just the quantity what matters. Several cubes quality chocolate, a glass of wine here and there will not be enough to feel like you're in prison just because you are trying to lose weight.

You Drink "Diet" Drinks
Myth: Diet drinks have no calories, so it does not affect on gaining more weight
Fact: People who drink diet versions of drinks are fatter than those who do not drink

A study of scientists from the University of Texas showed that people who drank twenty cups a week dietary beverages are exhibited on twice higher risk of obesity than those who do not drink these drinks. The second study followed the eating habits of the respondents in the group for ten years and it turned out that waist have grown it circumference over a decade. In those who regularly consume diet drinks increase up to 70 percent compared to people who do not drink. The problem is that diet drinks are full of artificial sweeteners, which are seen "gram for gram," and up to 13,000 times more sweeter than sugar.

In short, get rid of diet drinks.

But It's Healthy
Myth: I can eat unlimited amounts of healthy food
Fact: If you do not measure, and healthy food can lead to packing on pounds +

Hummus, pistachios and other nuts are rich in healthy fats and calories. On the other hand, if you go to bite your almonds or something, you'll be hard to stop at four or five pieces. Therefore, it is important not to lose sight that these are miniature "calorie grenades."

If you eat large quantities of any food, you’ll gain weight for sure.

Do You Avoid All Fats?
Myth: If you want to lose weight, you must avoid fat
Fact: Diets that give results, even 30 percent of your calories come from healthy fats

Research shows that lean people regularly consume foods that contain healthy fats. If you completely avoid fat all the time, your plan to lose weight is doomed. Good choices are foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids that are found in the "blue" fish, nuts, fruits, seeds, flax ...

And for end some results, from people who are on flat belly diet and according to the statistics issued by the "Daily Mail":

  • 78% of people who are overweight do not have breakfast every day
  • 75% of them are measured once a week
  • 62% watch television less than ten hours a week
  • 90% engaged in moderate physical activity an hour during the day, and the largest number of voters walking.
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Achieving thin belly should be more than dieting. Use your flat belly diet as healthy lifestyle instead of nutrition plan just to get what you want!