Thursday, June 19, 2008

Do You Know The 4 Easy Tips For Six Pack Success? It's Not Sit-Ups And Crunches

Posted by Neill Abayon

Let's face it you're here because you want to learn how to get six pack abs. It can be so confusing with all the products, gadgets, and pills offering a solution to six pack abs, you probably don't know where to start. It seems like everyone out there is constantly contradicting and disagreeing with each other over how to eat for optimal health and fat loss.

One thing I try to let my readers understand amid all the conflicting ideas that surround getting a visible six pack, is that you do not need any type of low-fat or low-carb or low-high anything fad diet to become successful and achieve your six pack. I think the biggest factor to success is balancing your diet so it is made up of good quality nutrient dense foods ,and is as close to its natural state as possible e.g. Unprocessed.

Processed foods are one of the major reasons there is an obesity epidemic in our society today. Most foods that are natural and unprocessed are inherently healthy for us, but there are exceptions. Eating eating a salad of poison ivy leaves is definitely natural and unprocessed but would not be very healthy for you.

Before I go I'm going a leave you with a couple of the most important nutrition and diet aspects to help you tone of your abs and get that 6 pack showing.

Aspect # 1: Make sure you get enough protein in your daily diet. Protein has a higher thermic effect than fats and carbs, which means you will burn more calories while eating and digesting it. Protein also helps maintain and build muscle which is one of the factors for keeping your metabolism in control.

Apspect # 2: Make sure that all of your carbs, or almost all them, come from high fiber sources such as vegetables and fruit and unrefined grains. Avoid refined grains and sugars because this is one of the top reasons why people are fat today. When looking for your sources of carbohydrates make sure each 10 g of total carbs has at least 2-3 g of fiber. Don't forget that fiber makes you feel fuller faster and it slows the glycemic response from all the food you eat, which is really great when you're trying to develop your six pack.

Aspect # 3: Fat can be good for you. Many times I see people go way too low on the daily fat they consume. Not only does not consuming fat greatly reduce certain hormone levels it can also cause tremendous cravings so make sure you eat enough healthy fats throughout the day. Some great sources are seed, nuts, avocados, organic meats, coconuts, olive oil, and virgin coconut oil.

Aspect # 4: Make sure you avoid these two things at all cost. Artificial trans-fats, like those found in margarines, hydrogenated oils which are in most processed foods, and shortening. Also avoid high fructose corn syrup. This is found in almost every sweetener on the market today. These two huge culprits and why the majority of people are overweight today.

Once you get these four areas in your diet controlled, your body starts does the rest by controlling your blood sugar, hormone levels, and your appetite. Soon you will have total control over how you want to look and how lean you want to get. Once you get control of this aspect of your life those six pack abs will finally be revealed.

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3 comments:

era said...

hi,
are u sure i can be that sexy (as in image) if I follow your tips here
:)

healthzone said...

Not that sure. but better that you try it.

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