Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Secrets To A Flat Stomach

People will spend a great deal of money to get a great body through plastic surgery. According to the Report of the 2010 Plastic Surgery Statistics by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, $13.1 million was spent on cosmetic procedures in the United States. Surgery is fast, but there are things than can go horribly wrong. So why take the chance when you have a healthier and safer option? If you want an amazing body, you have to work for it and that is just the reality of the situation. When most people think of the ideal body, they immediately think of a flat stomach. This is one the hardest place to lose the weight. If the stomach is your main area of concern, then you need to find proper foods and targeted exercises that will help you with this problem.

Eliminate junk foods

If you want a flat stomach, then you have to eat foods that won’t store fat in that area. This means saying goodbye to frequent chocolate snacks, potato chips and sodas and saying hello to healthy fruits and vegetables. Instead of ice cream, eat a fat free yogurt. Substitute a large pizza with a delicious chicken salad. Realistically, you are not expected to totally eliminate all your favorite foods from your diet, but you need to save them for special occasions or limit them overall. Fruits and vegetables are delicious and they won’t go straight to your waistline. You can eat as much as you want and you won’t gain belly fat.

Eat more fiber

Fiber has been known to help with losing weight in the stomach. Diets that are low in fiber generally cause extra weight in the midsection. You can get fiber from eating fruits and vegetables daily. You should opt for brown or whole wheat bread instead of white bread, and brown rice instead of white rice. Some cereals also contain more fiber than others so be sure to read the labels and choose one that is also low in fat and sugar. 

Eat less salt

If you are trying to live healthy now, you should already be consuming less salt. However, if you want a flat stomach, salt consumption can be problematic as too much salt causes bloating. The signs are more prominent on the stomach than anywhere else on the body. Salts can also cause high blood pressure which can lead to other health problems, so it is beneficial to reduce your salt intake for several reasons.

I have been a personal trainer since 2009, but since 2013 with my clients at the gym, I had this little experiment about testing different diets and programs bought from the internet. We tested 30 programs with 100 clients and me and my clients together determined which one is the best and which one is the most effective.Please have a look at the results of the experiment..

1 comment:

  1. Cutting down on fat doesn’t have to mean giving up your favourite foods. Healthy, fat free eating is not as hard as you think. The trick is to avoid ‘hidden’ fats in processed or convenience foods and find new ways to cook those recipes you love.

    Here are some tips to help you cut down on fat.

    1) Eat plenty of fresh vegetables and legumes. These foods are fat free, high in fibre and packed with vitamins and minerals.

    2) Opt for low-fat snacks. A healthy option is fresh fruit. Most cakes, biscuits and pastries contain a great deal of fat.

    3) Try new ways to cook ‘fat free’. Steam, bake, grill, braise, boil or microwave your foods instead of sauteing or deep-frying.

    4) Use oil or butter sparingly. Buy non-stick cookware, grease pans with cooking spray and apply oil or butter directly to the food with a pastry brush instead of adding it to the pan.

    5) Cook in liquid instead of oil. Depending on the recipe, you could use chicken or beef stock, red or white wine, lemon juice, fruit juice, vinegar or even plain water.

    6) Limit meals that feature creamy sauces. Explore tasty low-fat alternatives such as pesto, salsa, chutneys and tomato-based sauces.

    7) Choose low-fat dairy products. Depending on the recipe, you could use reduced-fat cream, low-fat yoghurt or evaporated skim milk.

    8) Switch to low-fat products. Check the food labels at the supermarket to make sure you’re buying the reduced-fat product.

    9) Reduce your intake of meat fats. For example, trim visible fat from red meats, remove chicken skin and limit fatty processed meats such as sausages and salami.

    10)Eat takeaway foods only occasionally. When possible, choose low-fat takeaway options such as a salad roll instead of, for example, hot chips and a burger.
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