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Abs Diet

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Abs Diet  David Zinczenko  abs  beans  belly fat  bread  calories  cardio  cardio workout  cereal  diabetes  exercise  fat  fat loss  fitness  heart disease  mens health  muscle  nuts  oatmeal  osteoporosis  sex  strength training  stroke  walking 

Zinczenko recommends 12 groups of foods and explains that each meal should contain at least two or three of the foods from this list: almonds and other nuts, beans and legumes, spinach and other green vegetables, dairy (fat-free or low-fat milk, yogurt, cheese), Instant oatmeal (unsweetened, unflavored), eggs, turkey and other lean meats, peanut butter, olive oil, whole-grain breads and cereals, extra-protein powder and raspberries and other berries. On the Abs Diet, you are encouraged to eat three snacks which should contain at least one of the power of 12 foods in each serving.

The Abs Diet emphasizes protein, monounsaturated and polyunsatured fats, fiber and calcium -- all of the elements which prevent heart disease, diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, high blood pressure and other ailments. By chocking your diet full of the Abs Diet recommendations you will be less likely to feel the hunger that often accompanies most weight-loss programs.

There are also plenty of benefits attached to strengthening your abs. You'll improve your sex life, prevent injuries, limit your aches and pains, and be more robust in any physical activity in which you engage. But eating right is only half of this two-part plan-- you have got to get physical too.

Zinczenko has also created a total-body strength training workout that focuses on the larger muscles groups - the chest, back and legs. The workout also ask for light cardiovascular exercises such as walking for 30 to 45 minutes at a brisk pace.

In addition to the book, there is also an online component which allows you to customize the program to your wants, needs and nutritional preferences.

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