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Best foods for flat stomach “Abs”

If you really want to have sexy stomach (abdomen, belly) you've got to tweak your diet. All of the best waist-whittling foods contain fiber to banish bloat, antioxidants to boost your abs routine's effectiveness, and protein to help maintain a healthy metabolism. Here are the top choices for flatter abs.

  1. Nuts

Nuts is Rich in energy, protein, packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and much discussed omega-3 fatty acids, nuts and seeds have it all. Crunchy yet buttery, wonderfully delicious, nuts are wonderful gifts to humankind by Mother Nature.

Nuts for your weight loss diet: Almonds nuts, Cashews nuts, Pistachios nuts, Walnuts, Peanuts, Brazil Nuts, Pecans

 

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  1. Eggs

Eggs is once feared for being high in cholesterol, eggs is very important in weight loss. New studies show that they don’t adversely affect blood cholesterol and egg don’t cause heart attacks .They are among the best foods you can eat if you need to lose weight. Egg is high in protein, healthy fats, and can make you feel full with a very low amount of calories.

Studies show that eating eggs for breakfast is very good and can help for weight loss. Eggs are also incredibly nutrient dense and can help you get all the nutrients you need on a calorie restricted diet. Almost all the nutrients are found in the yolks.

Try for:  One egg a day, unless you have high blood cholesterol, in which case you should check with your doctor first. (One egg packs about 213 milligrams of cholesterol.)

 

SoyMilk

  1. Soy

Soybeans are a great source of antioxidants, fiber, and protein. Plus, they're incredibly versatile. Snack on dry-roasted soybeans, toss shelled edamame into soups, and slip a spoonful of silken tofu into your morning smoothie. Liquid soy also makes a good meal replacement: A study from the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that overweight subjects who drank a soy milk–based meal replacement lost more weight than those who consumed a traditional dairy-based diet drink.

Try for: Twenty-five grams of whole (not isolated) soy protein daily. A half cup of steamed edamame contains about 130 calories and 11 grams of protein. Four ounces of tofu (94 calories) contain 10 grams. Choose whole soy foods over products packed with "isolated soy protein" — the latter may not provide all the benefits of whole soybeans.

 

Apples 

  1. Apples

A 2003 study in the journal Nutrition found that overweight women who consumed three apples or Avocado pear a day for three months lost more weight than their counterparts who were fed a similar diet with oat cookies instead of fruits. "A large apple has five grams of fiber, but it's also nearly 85 percent water, which helps you feel full," explains Elisa Zied, RD, author of So What Can I Eat?! (Wiley, 2006). Apples also contain quercetin, a compound shown to help fight certain cancers, reduce cholesterol damage, and promote healthy lungs.

Try for: An apple (or two) a day. A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that the Red Delicious, Cortland, and Northern Spy varieties had the highest antioxidant activity.

 

Berries

  1. Berries

Most are loaded with fiber, every dieter's best friend. The more fiber you eat — experts say that it's best to get between 25 and 35 grams every day — the fewer calories you absorb from all the other stuff you put in your mouth. That's because fiber traps food particles and shuttles them out of your system before they're fully digested. Berries (and other fruits) are also high in antioxidants, which not only help protect you from chronic diseases like cancer but may also help you get more results from your workouts. "Antioxidants help improve blood flow, which can help muscles contract more efficiently," says Dr. Katz.

Try for: At least half a cup daily, or about 30 calories' worth. Don't limit yourself to the usual suspects, like raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries. If you can find them, add boysenberries, gooseberries, and black currants to the mix for excitement.

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http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/

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