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I’m very interested in your program and I will start tomorrow. My favorite part is the healthy eating. I have a question, I imagine the out meal is plain with no milk, how do you make it? Also, how many times a day you eat fruit? Any kind?
Sticking to a meal plan besides working out is of equal importance. Follow this diet plan for 7 days and notice the difference on your own. It’s suggested to start on a weekend so that you have time for yourself to be prepared.
Hi Andrea, not sure if you received a copy yet but we have a shopping list for both weeks up on the site now: http://www.trimmedandtoned.com/14-day-flat-belly-meal-plan-ingredient-list-breakdown-per-meal/
Ornithine. Ornithine is an amino acid found in high amounts in dairy and meat that reduces fatigue in prolonged exercise and promotes lipid oxidation (the burning of fat for energy as opposed to carbohydrate or glycogen).
Eating out: Allowed. Check out restaurant beforehand to find meals that most closely resemble those in the book. Opt for safe bets such as salad made of leafy greens, raw veggies, grilled chicken or salmon and balsamic vinegar. Always bring 2 tablespoons of nuts to supplement meals at restaurants where MUFAs aren’t available. The “Flat Belly Diet! Pocket Guide” lists acceptable dishes at many popular restaurants.
One tablespoon of almond butter contains 100 calories but you do not need to eat a lot to feel satisfied. Spread it on a piece of a low carb bread or dip your favorite fruit in it for a perfect snack.
Hi Denise, not sure if you received a copy yet but we have a shopping list for both weeks up on the site now: http://www.trimmedandtoned.com/14-day-flat-belly-meal-plan-ingredient-list-breakdown-per-meal/
No matter what, do not miss that snack. It’s important because it boosts metabolism and balances blood sugar. The lower you keep your blood sugar, the lower you keep your insulin, and insulin makes you store fat around your middle. Eating every three to four hours will keep your blood sugar even, but many people tend to go five or six hours between lunch and dinner without eating.”
Hi Samantha, not sure if you received a copy yet but we have a shopping list for both weeks up on the site now: http://www.trimmedandtoned.com/14-day-flat-belly-meal-plan-ingredient-list-breakdown-per-meal/
If you’re wondering how to burn belly fat and have even considered taking diet pills or fat burners, you should try to do it the all natural way before taking extreme measures. It’s not really natural for us to carry all that weight on our midsections, so getting back to a more natural state is one sure way to watch the fat go away, almost as a byproduct of our actions. It doesn’t have to be an all out war to kill your stomach fat. Just make these 10 all-natural adjustments and it should effortlessly come off.
There are many natural ways to reduce fat. Garlic, onion, ginger, cayenne pepper, cabbage, tomato, and spices like cinnamon and mustard are some of the fat reducing foods. Consuming a few cloves of raw garlic and a one-inch piece of ginger every morning is good for fat metabolism.
The key for how to lose belly fat is about making the most out of your meals – that means getting lots of nutrients and vitamins, not calories! Making sure you eat properly is vital for your health (not to mention weight loss) at all meals, but sadly, lunch is often the meal that we end up skipping the most. Whether it’s because we’re too busy to eat or opt for larger breakfasts or dinners instead, we often give lunch a miss. Or even when we do allow ourselves a little bit to eat in the middle of the day, it’s often a quick and hasty affair. That means unhealthy food choices and not allowing our bodies enough time to digest properly. All of which can cause health problems. For anyone who wants to learn how to lose belly fat, getting clued up on these lunchtime tricks is essential.
It is up to you really! Whenever you feel works best for you and how you enjoy eating. If you like to enjoy lunch earlier on in the day, it may be best to enjoy the snack in between lunch and dinner, or some may prefer to leave snacks to later in the evening so they have it to look forward to.
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You wouldn’t have to straight up tell them that you are trying to lose weight. You could tell them you are eating healthy and exercising because you want to live a healthier lifestyle. Everyone’s bodies are shaped differently, don’t feel like you have to look like a model. God made you the way you are out of his own image and likeness. Also, don’t be afraid to tell your parents the truth. Maybe you could exercise WITH your parents and help them lose some weight too!
Haven’t given it up Diane… actually eat about 3 cups per day currently. I go through “spurts” of diet changes. Right now I am training quite hard (weights, sprinting, etc) so my body really responds to elevated carb intake. Oatmeal is perfect for this for me. Probably not everyone, but for me personally I love the stuff.