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1 Hour Belly Blast Diet

by Daisy Pricilla (2019-03-07)

Increase your lean proteins with meats like chicken, turkey, beef, pork, fish 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet Review and cottage cheese. Remove all unhealthy saturated fats and skins and do not fry but grill, steam and roast instead. Here is one important thing you need to know about protein- your body uses 30% of its calories to actually digest it. So, if your succulent slab of steak is 1000 calories, 300 calories are used to digest it and hence your protein intake is only 700 calories. How great is that! The current western diet as we know it is severely deficient of fibre. Many people get most of their daily fibre intake from their breakfast cereals. If this is of a poor source and quality their diet as a whole is seriously lacking in healthy fibre. This results in bad skin, constipation problems, bloating, headaches, mood swings to name a few. By increasing your essential fibre intake to 35 to 40 grams per day you will not only have good painless bowel movements but you will also rid your body of a good deal of excess fermenting and rotting waste. This also encourages good beneficial bacterial growth and the uptake of more beneficial nutrients from food. As a result you feel more revitalized and energized when your bowel is working at its best. Perform regular scientifically proven exercises for rapid fat loss and building lean muscles. The best of these are the high intensity interval training workouts that provide an afterburn. For example, if you are running, to increase massive calorie burn- run flat-out for 20 seconds followed by 20- 30 seconds of walking and repeat. Do this for 20 minutes. The afterburn last for about 2 days. The more you sweat the more you successfully burn fat. So in effect you actually burn fat while you are sleeping. Don't wait to drink water when you feel thirsty. If this happens you are already sufferings signs of dehydration. Drink the right amount of good quality cold water. Cold water helps you burn more fat tissue. Water keeps you hydrated and is responsible for many bodily chemical and enzymatic reactions that keep you alive.