Foods that Make Great Abs

Your Abs Are What You Eat

Most people believe the key to losing weight is to eat less food. The problem with eating less is that it leaves you less satisfied and more likely to fill the empty spot with something convenient rather than good for you. At the place of employment, hunger pangs are typically satisfied at the snack machine. The other unhealthy convenience is a fast food place. That is typically the final result of the eating less calories approach.

In addition, when you eat less your body is not actively burning calories. When food is finally reintroduced into your body, your system responds with an insulin spike to combat the sudden flood of blood sugar. Excess insulin promotes fat storage, causes a foggy mind and can leave you feeling tired to name a few side effects.

Fixing the Sudden Hunger Temptations

The best abs diet method to losing weight is by eating more and often. Sounds contradictory doesn’t it? Food quality is what makes this work. You’re not wolfing down burgers and pizza, but healthy, nutritious foods that have been proven to burn calories.

If you want to change your body, you’re going to have to eat more.
Here’s why:

Not all foods are nutritionally equal. Protein based foods are great for building muscle and are slower to digest. A benefit of eating proteins is it makes your body burn more calories over fats and carbohydrates. It will burn about 25 calories for every 100 consumed compared to 10-15 calories out of 100 burned for every carb or fat consumed. Adding muscle to your frame speeds up your metabolism and burns more calories.

The other benefit of eating healthy proteins is it helps to build muscle. Gaining muscle is key to speeding up your metabolism and burning more calories.

What exactly do I eat to add muscle and burn fat?

Flatten Tummy Guidelines

1. More is better – eat more than 3 meals a day and work in snacks between meals.

2. Include a protein with every meal and snack .

Meal Examples:

8:00 am Breakfast – Eat breakfast! If your a breakfast skipper change this habit. If your in a hurry in the morning than have a protein smoothie. Mix low fat milk, protein powder and your favorite fruit in a blender. You could also add a raw egg as well for an extra protein boost.

10:00 a.m., Snack – An ounce of turkey and slice of cheese or apple.

12:00 Noon, Lunch – Chicken sandwich, lettuce, tomato on a whole wheat bun. Have carrots or celery as a side.

A good mid day snack would be organic peanut butter and celery.

6:00 Dinner – Have fish with brown rice, broccoli and salad.

Hopefully you get the idea. Transform large meals into multiple smaller meals and add small snacks. Keep yourself well fed by eating every couple of hours for maximizing your metabolism. In addition you will be promoting muscle growth with the added protein while burning calories with a sped up metabolism.

3. Reduce Sugars and White flour products in your diet.

These two foods are the offenders in your weight problem. Removing them from your system will cause you to drop an inch or two in short order.

Be aware that sugar comes in many code names like Sucrose, Corn sweetener, Dextrose, Fructose, Glucose, Lactose, Maltose, Malt syrup, Molasses, High fructose corn syrup ,Corn syrup, Beet sugar, Glycogen, Mannitol, Sorbitol, Balactose to name a few.

You will find a lot of this stuff in your cereals, breads, canned foods, and drinks.

4. Drinks
– rid yourself of all soft drinks including diet. Soda is garbage and has no nutritional value and is detrimental to your health. Drink water and lemon. Water makes up 75% of your muscle tissue. Secondly, it flushes the toxins out of your system. You need water and a lot of it. So drink up. A portion of your water may be substituted with Roobios tea, it is a good drink substitute which is loaded with anti-oxidants and naturally sweetened.

Work these foods into your diet daily for optimizing your abs diet plan.
Lean meats, fish, turkey and chicken.

Spinach and green vegetables

Dairy products – fat free or low fat milk, yogurt, cheese

Oatmeal (not the instant stuff) multi grain or steel cut oats
Whole grains bread and cereals


Peanut Butter – natural and organic (watch for the sugars)

Extra Protein powder whey or egg

Berries -blueberries, raspberries, etc.

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