There are good diet plans and there are bad diet plans that do nothing beneficial for your body at all. However this is not a bad diet plan.
This diet plan and the tips I am about to show you, not only help you lose that unwanted fat, but along with weight loss, you’ll be gaining muscle in your six pack abdominals.
First off, let’s clear this up, this is not a step by step meal plan that you are going to have to follow, but rather these are the necessary tips and secrets that will lead you to fast weight loss results and sculpted six pack abdominals as well.
Guidelines You NEED To Follow:
If you follow each and every one of these tips to come up with the perfect diet plan, your results will not only accelerate, but skyrocket.
So, first of all you need to figure out a calorie intake and daily nutrients. Multiply your body weight by twelve calories to determine how many calories need to be consumed daily at a ratio of 40 percent protein, 45 percent carbohydrates, and 15 percent essential fats.
Number two, divide up your meals so that a majority of your carbs are consumed in the first meal of the day and the meal right after working out of exercising. Eat six small meals daily.
What this does is it helps increase the thermogenic effect of foods and adjusts your insulin levels to discourage fat storage, which means that less unwanted fat will be stored in and around your body.
Number three, watch your sodium intake, because this can make you retain water and hide your abdominals definition. High sodium foods include sauces, soups, breads and condiments like mustard and ketchup.
Next, you want to be sure that you drink at least one gallon of water daily, and I say “at least” because this is the bare minimum you need to drink daily.
Also, you want to be sure to have a reward meal containing high protein, simple carbs, and fats. Eat this meal slowly and only once per week, IF you think you’ve earned it.
Staying Consistent is Key:
Take supplements and herbs that promote weight loss, and be sure to take them daily to go along with your exercises and diet plan.
Also, make sure that you are staying consistent. Many people are consistent for a while then as the weeks go by, they slowly lose that drive to work hard and stay consistent.
However, it is very important to follow your diet and these tips uninterrupted for several months.
Another thing is that carbs can be somewhat bad for you, but don’t completely discredit them and be “carbo-phobic.” Eat the right type of carbohydrates in moderate amounts and at the key times, when your energy levels are low, especially after workouts.
Planning Meals and Changing Your Diet Is Vitally Important:
Next, you want to plan your meals ahead of time. This is vitally important to your diet plan so nothing unexpected comes up and you get sidetracked off your diet plan by eating junk food since you didn’t plan your meals. Cook your meals on Sunday and store them in the fridge or freezer, or even keep protein shakes or bars handy with you at all times.
Eat mixed meals also. Mixed meals means that every meals should consist of protein and carbs, or fiber. Another thing is to make better choices about the bad food you eat.
I know that sounds extremely confusing, but what I mean is that you should substitute regular, fatty potato chips for healthy, all-natural baked chips.
Try low-fat or non-fat versions of the junk food you used to eat, like ice cream, yogurt and even salad dressings.
Now you have the top information that can change your body permanently for the better. If you stick to your diet plan and utilize these helpful tips and guidelines, you’ll be on your way in no time to getting chiseled abs and a stronger, more fit body.
Set your goal and get the results you desire to get, because you are the only one that can utilize these tips and make a change.