I am sure you have seen it...the bright yellow book jacket that proclaims, "The Flat Belly Diet is mostly about Attitude and Food. Period. (Not a single Crunch Required)" The cover indeed is an attention grabber, but is it operational? Is it feasible that specific foods are able to target belly fat?
The authors think it's totally possible to clear out belly fat..."Belly fat is not your destiny. I am delighted to tell you you can, and you'll, cure it."
The Flat Belly Diet was written by Prevention Magazine's editor-in-chief and get meticore reviews - https://www.discovermagazine.com
- vice president, Liz Vaccariello and Prevention's diet director, Cynthia Sass. Offered as evidence, and strategically placed across the book, the authors have shined the spotlight on eight industry loss participants that have done a fantastic job dropping belly
extra fat. The stories of theirs are fascinating to read and incredibly inspirational.
The diet is one of calorie restriction and there are just three rules that are simple to follow to reach success.
#1 Eat 1600 calories a day...4 meals (400 calories each)
#2 Never go more than 4 hours without eating
#3 Consume a MUFA with each and every meal.
What in the earth is a MUFA?
What in the world is a MUFA?