Saturated fat is actually GOOD for you. Polyunsaturated (vegetable oil) is what you want to avoid like the plague. Eggs, butter, cheese–it won’t hurt you. Furthermore, these things have vitamin K2 (primarily cheese) that help decrease your chances of a heart attack. How? Well, D3 optimizes calcium absorption. Thing of it is, the calcium gets deposited wherever (like in your arteries). The K2 directs it to where it needs to go, and takes it from where it doesn’t belong. And avoid soy unless it’s non-GMO AND fermented (and I think sprouted). That will kill your thyroid.
7. Move those hips! Remember how much fun you had as a kid swiveling your hips inside a hula hoop? Turns out, this late-’50s fad is an excellent waist slimmer. The longer and more often you do it, the better the results.
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.
Visceral fat is the most unhealthy, and can even have a negative impact on inactive people. Body mass composition is more important than weight alone. Of course, the more extra weight you have, the more your body starts to store fat in unusual places.
Cranberries are a rich source of organic acids like malic acid, citric acid, and quinic acid that function as digestive enzymes. These acids act as emulsifying agents on stubborn fat deposits in your lymphatic system which transports all the waste products that your liver cannot process. Cranberry juice digests these lymphatic wastes and help you reduce fat. So, drink 100 percent cranberry juice (unsweetened) or cran-water.
Zero Belly Diet panelist Martha Chesler did just this as part of her Zero Belly program, and the results were astonishing. “I saw changes immediately,” she reports. In less than six weeks on the program, Martha dropped over 20 pounds and an astonishing seven inches from her middle by combining the Zero Belly Foods with a pre-breakfast walk.
As with the roster of fat-burning foods, there are countless cocktails (and some of them are downright nasty!) which are purported to burn belly fat. Here is a short list of the best ones for the job:
You must have noticed that some of your friends eat a lot of sugar-based foods, fried foods, or cold drinks. Yet, they manage to have a flat stomach, the reason being they have a very high metabolic rate. If your metabolism is not good, you may have a bloated stomach. Thyroid conditions, diabetes, and other medical conditions can be the reasons for slow metabolism.
Raw vegetables make an outstanding snack. They satisfy the desire to crunch, they’re full of water to help you feel full, and they’re low in calories. Half a cup of diced celery has just 8 calories. Coat celery with a little peanut butter or dunking carrots in salsa. When you’re in the mood for chips and dip, replace the chips with raw veggies.
Instead of racing around 24/7 to finish your to-do list, take 30 minutes to an hour at night to unwind, whether that means taking a luxurious bubble bath (with lavender- or chamomile-scented suds for relaxing aromatherapy), spending a few minutes meditating and reflecting on the day or trying a few relaxing yoga poses (as a bonus, these stretch out tight hip and chest muscles to improve your posture).
Hi Gail, 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/