Learn how to lose belly fat with The Belly Fat Diet by John Chatham. It is not only going to help you to target your belly fat loss, but also to lose weight generally. John argues that with most diet books, whilst you will lose weight, you will still not have a flat stomach. The book was written in 2012. John is a writer and has created a number of diet books.
Excess fat around the stomach can be very dangerous as it’s where most of our vital organs reside. It can lead to liver damage, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and also heart disease. John claims that this diet will attack both types of fat, visceral and subcutaneous. Visceral fat is hidden deep inside, and subcutaneous is the fat we can pinch.
The book provides five actions you need to take, to target your belly fat. John believes he has combined all of the latest research and interpreted it so the actions you need to take are straight forward.
There are no phases to this diet to lose belly fat. The book includes an extensive shopping list and food guide to set you on your way. There is no need to count calories; the emphasis is on eating the right nutritious foods that burn belly fat, to boost both your metabolism and fat burning.
The food list is broken into sections, covering meat, fish, dairy, fruit, vegetables, nuts, oils and drinks. Some meal plans are included.
Additionally, John wants you to exercise. The book contains two slightly different exercise plans, both 30 minutes per day, focusing on both cardio and strength training. Cardio can be running, swimming, cycling or walking. No equipment is needed for the strength training, but unfortunately there are no diagrams to help you on your way. If you need some guidance, some of the strength exercises are included in our free workout plans.
The book also contains lots of recipes covering breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks.
The book provides two examples of meal plans: A Grazing Plan and A Traditional Meal Plan, which allow you flexibility and choice in your diet.
A Grazing Plan consists of 8 small meals spread evenly throughout the day with 2 hour intervals in between. So, if you prefer grazing all day, without planning large meals, you can do that.
Alternatively, you can go for A Traditional Meal Plan, which consists of 3 large meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), 2 snacks in between breakfast and lunch, an afternoon snack, an evening snack after dinner and a late night snack.
You will be able to divide your food any way you like and eat as often as you want, you can mix the days as well, the only limitation is to stick to the food list and the guidelines provided.
You can buy The Belly Fat Diet from Amazon.
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