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Flat Belly Diet!: A Flat Belly is about Food & Attitude. (Not a Single Crunch Required) [Format Kindle]

Cynthia Sass , Liz Vaccariello , David L. Katz

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Join the million-plus people who have found the answer to losing their belly fat while eating satisfying and delicious foods.

With the Flat Belly Diet you can:

  • Lose inches in just 4 days
  • Drop up to 15 pounds in 32 days
  • Boost your energy as the weight falls off!

Prevention, America's most trusted healthy-living magazine, presents the New York Times-bestseller Flat Belly Diet--now with a new foreword by Dr. David L. Katz describing new research about the many health and weight loss benefits of this amazing eating plan. Enjoy delicious dishes such as Seared Wild Salmon with Mango Salsa, Slow Cooker Chili, and Pumpkin-Maple Cheesecake--and you will lose belly inches and greatly enhance your likelihood of living a longer and healthier life.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 shocking results...and I'm a weight loss coach...How it works: 26 septembre 2011
Par Chandler - Publié sur Amazon.com
The visceral fat (belly fat) properties of MUFAs have been featured on Dr. Oz. For a recap of the show go to the fan page called drozfans. This recaps each show. He did a game as to which item burned belly fat (such as prunes or olives?) the answer was of course always the MUFAS. When this book came out there were few studies on MUFAs and old school docs scoffed. Now after numerous studies it is accepted science in medical journals and, yes, even on the Dr. Oz show. While this already has a great rating and almost 300 reviews I know that one more positive won't change that...but knowing the science behind it and how it blew my mind in my own fast weight loss, there is no doubt I'm adding my positive review to the pile.

First off, I study the major medical changes in diets. That means, I scoff at the "university studies" you see in the news or magazines with "shocking" news that was only done in limited time on a limited number of people, not using things like a hyperbolic chamber to measure caloric expenditure etc. Some diet news is simply not regulated and only done to MAKE the news.

However, there are other medical studies that are accepted as fact and have changed dieting as well as updated medical journals of physicians...because they are done as long as an 8 year study with almost a thousand people or with major medical controlled studies at, for example, Johns Hopkins University.

These I discuss with clients and these go into the medical journal as fact and working.

And this book took ALL of them into each meal.

I am small, I work out often, I have never been able to go over 1,300 calories per day however when I want to lose weight. And I'm always hungry...so much so that I used to break my meals into 6 small meals to rev my metabolism and keep up energy. I know how to lose weight so when I kept hearing about this I said it would work on heavier people due to the 1,600 calorie per day intake...with my small frame and short height...that doesn't coincide with what I know I need 1,200-1,300 for 2 lbs per week.

So why does this diet of 1,600 calories a day amaze me?

1. They combined ALL the major medical studies of recent years into ONE diet whereas other diets simply incorporate part of the principals. Those who believe this is simply about adding MUFAs (monounsaturated fats) or counting calories are completely missing the mark. That is one small component of this diet and no, you cannot eat anything you want as long as you add a MUFA regardless of what anyone tells you. It's the combination of components that does the major work in fast weight loss on this diet...which is why the very book tells you not to go over the 1,600 calorie per day limit.

2. For the first time I can remember, regardless of my constant running around or even when I worked out hard, I was NEVER hungry. I can honestly say I don't ever remember not being hungry in between meals. I said "no way can I now cut down to 4 meals per day when I am used to 6 small ones to keep me going for the last several years." I thought it would take an adjustment. There were times, however, I didn't feel like I even needed to eat! I was always perfectly satisfied.

Why?

3. Here's part of the rest of why it works: It's not just a 1,600 calorie per day diet. Try that on your own with eating out or frozen meals and you simply won't get the same results...even if you add a MUFA each time. It'll help, but not the crazy fast loss you are likely to see on this diet because of a few things...

*** It's a low glycemic diet...Your blood sugar won't spike and drop. High glycemic diets (simple starches, white flour, sugars, white bread) aren't always more calories, but they are high glycemic so your body digests the food quickly and you are left with none in between meals, dropping your blood sugar and playing havoc with your metabolism and hunger. Which brings me to:

***Like the "volumetrics diet" it stacks up the meals with low-glycemic veggies. These not only keep you full, but these kind of veggies take as many calories to digest as are in them, so you actually essentially fool your body into eating less calories while eating more food. That's one of the reasons you'll see a faster loss on this kind of diet. The fiber in these kind of veggies also is another component of keeping you full. These veggies are low starch, high water, high fiber. (red and green bell peppers, lettuce, tomatoes, cabbace, broccoli, mushrooms, celery, onions, etc.) Your plate will have a huge serving via these recipes. And you'll likely aquire a taste and cravings for things full of energy and good things for your body even if you add things you hadn't thought of before; the ideas in the book will change the way you think of eating.

***A MUFA (monounsaturated fatty acid) is added with every meal. Large diet plans like Weight Watchers incorporated adding a MUFA as part of the requirement when several studies (undisputed) not only showed the health benefits of these good fats (olive oil, olive, avocados, dark chocolate, nuts, peanut butter, pumpkin seeds etc.)when added to the daily food intake, but that participants over an 8 year study who incorporated these into the same diet intake as the other diet participants lost MORE weight overall but specifically from their belly fat. Meaning you can't eat a whole cake and add an avocado and lose weight but if you are dieting, counting a MUFA into your 1,600 calorie intake will create a greater loss and specifically in one area in addition to having loads of other health benefits.

***The diet consists of all-natural, "whole" foods and whole grains. Major diet plans have also taken in this as fact after massive studies now show that we actually have a greater loss with the same amount of calories if we don't eat processed foods and artificial ingredients within that caloric intake. This is why diet plans did a rehaul, including Weight Watchers, to build points and suggestions of what to eat around this way of eating. America has not begun taking in more calories. There was an EXTREME upward trend in weight gain when artificial ingredients that are cheap for manufacturers but harder on our bodies, were introduced into most grocery store foods. Countries who shun these have far less obesity. Why do we know this helps you lose MORE weight in the belly area?: A recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that a calorie-controlled diet rich in whole grains trimmed extra fat from the waistline of obese subjects. Study participants who ate all whole grains (in addition to five servings of fruits and vegetables, three servings of low-fat dairy, and two servings of lean meat, fish, or poultry) lost more weight from the abdominal area than another group that ate the same diet, but with all refined grains. And this is one study among many. Note: vegans and vegetarians can get the pocket guide for substitutions but most recipes are pretty easy to sub on your own if needed.

"Eating a diet rich in whole grains while reducing refined carbohydrates changes the glucose and insulin response and makes it easier to mobilize fat stores," says study researcher Penny Kris-Etherton, PhD, RD, a distinguished professor of nutritional sciences at Penn State University.

"Visceral fat is more metabolically active and easier to lose than subcutaneous fat, especially if you have plenty of it and the right conditions are met, such as the ones in our study."

***4 meals per day rather than 3, and 4 hours apart (I eat at 7am, 11am, 3pm and 6 or 7pm)Why? This keeps your metabolism revved because you don't have any blood sugar dip and also stops cravings as the food digestion takes about that long.

***You are asked to journal your food and hunger during the first 30 days. All studies show that people totally aware of what they are taking in can lose up to twice as much weight and keep it off as compared to those who aren't as mentailly aware.

***The components of these meals are high fiber. This keeps you full in between meals and digests slowly. AND up to 10% of all calories we eat at each meal go through our bodies undigested (can be as low as 5%)...BUT the more fiber you eat, the higher this number climbs. Update the same day I posted thie review from Science Daily: A FIVE YEAR Medical Center obesity study was recently completed: According to a new study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, the way to zero in and reduce visceral fat is simple: eat more soluble fiber from vegetables, fruit and beans, and engage in moderate activity. The study found that for every 10-gram increase in soluble fiber eaten per day, visceral fat was reduced by 3.7 percent over five years. In addition, increased moderate activity resulted in a 7.4 percent decrease in the rate of visceral fat accumulation over the same time period. SO Flat Belly was on the cutting edge...one more reason this diet results in greater losses than usual, especially around the belly.

***The diet has a limited caloric intake. It takes a deficit of 3,500 calories to lose one pound. Meaning that we have to expend more than we take in by that amount ot lose a pound. That may mean 500 fewer calories per day to add up or 100 calories per day to take longer to lose that pound...but you can't eat as many calories as you want regardless of the above mentioned weight loss boosters. But here's the thing...because this is so full of the aforementioned "goodies" of weight loss boosters, you are eating a heck of a lot of food in this 1,600 calorie per day diet so even little people lose a lot of weight and big people lose a GREAT deal of it faster.

Because, unlike most diets that pick one of the above components or utilize a small percentage of it (for example, Weight Watchers only asks that you take in a few teaspons of oil per day. Far less than this diet does that makes it work.) this diet coincides ALL of the major diet breakthroughs to create this crazy high fat (but only GOOD and beneficial fats--very different!!), crazy filling, low glycemic, loads of food, low calorie, low sugar, low salt (no water weight!)major good food diet.

Even I scoffed that it could make THAT much difference when merely combining the components together at EVERY meal. It made a HUGE difference. I can't normally lose weight this fast...no, I can NEVER lose weight this fast without working out and I did. I lost a pound a day the first week and I did NOT have time to work out and I was busy and I have hardly any weight to lose and I'm short. My friends who tried it lost 8 pounds in one week. We are on the second week and down a dress size.

I know diets. It's what I do. I know all the medical facts. I already worked incorporating MUFAs, veggies, whole foods...I just never did it to this extent...every meal, in high concentration, controlled calories the same each meal so your body adjusts to that...

I thought I knew it all. I could talk for days about weight loss and never repeat the same thing twice...I can tell you all the stupid bogus stuff that is marketed and people believe. But the way they wrapped it all up in a neat and tidy bow for maximum loss...yes, it makes a HECK of a lot of difference in no hunger, loads of energy I mean like twice as much) and RAPID loss...for some twice the amount or more they normally lose.

I tried it as an experiment. It is DA BOMB! I'm a huge fan.

Negatives: The organization of the book. Sometimes it's hard to find the recipe again and the index doesn't always help since you can't look it up by the name of the recipe. Also, someone familiar with cookbooks didn't write out the recipes which can cause confusion. For example, one recipe uses soy crumbles and it says to add "half a bag of soy crumbles (12 oz). In recipe lingo, that means to add 12 oz. But they don't make 24 oz bags of soy crumbles so they weren't telling you to add 12 oz but that the bag size is 12 oz. Also there will be a recipe that feeds 4 people (some feed one or two, some 4 etc.) and it says to "add 4 wasa crackers to make a meal" 4 per person or 4 for the meal that feeds 4? I had to add up the calories to discover it was 4 per person.

How are the meals? While they may not have all been created by someone with cookbook writing experience they were obviously created by a chef. Even with my own culinary background I remain completely WOWED with the little things they do to make the tastes seriously good enough to serve at a dinner party. I am not at all reaching when I say that.

But if you have no time they give you components of fast meals you can simply put together that incorporates the plan.

Does this create long term change? Yes, you are told the calorie count of each item so you learn to do counts in your head for meals you wind up inventing on your own in the future. You journal--and writing it down means you bear it to greater memory and recognition of what's working and things you may have done wrong if you didn't lose or changed food around incorrectly, you learn correct portion sizes, you learn to eat whole foods and see the energy difference and your body will crave them, you get variety in what you eat so you are more likely to stick with it, you LEARN.

I recommend: the separate cookbook. It's easier to navigate through and gives you loads more ideas so there is never boredom. I have the yellow cover one but just now ordered the family cookbook just so I can cook one bigger meal and have leftovers and hardly cook at all during the week.

Conclusion: Genius. The weight I lost is nothing compared to how fast my belly shrank. I would normally have to lose twice that amount to have my belly be this tiny. I kid you not, I measured daily and the measuring tape actually went down around my waist twice as fast as normal.

Note: I did NOT do the first week anti-bloat part of the diet. High blood pressure runs in my family so I already take prescription diuretics to rid my body of salt and excess water. So none of my weight loss was water weight. This held true in body measurements...I did lose more belly fat, as promised.

Yes, I was one of those people who scoffed at this and said "Just reduce calories." But combining the biggest finds in ramping weight loss, and specifically those that target a high reduction in belly fat (yes, it really is possible.) result in more fat loss all over, faster, with less hunger.

TIP: It calls for 1/4 cup avocado but for the calorie content listed that is 1/4 of a medium avocado. If you cram avocado into a 1/4 cup measuring cup you'll wind up with 2-3 times that. They should have specified slices filling up the cup or chunks. At any rate, cute a 1/4 and you will equal the calorie count they want you to have, without measuring. I also counter-checked this with a scale comparing oz. to calories in avocados per ounce.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not a fab diet 2 juillet 2011
Par fifi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I really liked this book and diet. I am 37, exercise 5 times a week (an hour each time) and still couldn't loose my muffin top... so I decided to try this diet. I have now been on it 3 weeks and have lost 6 lbs and and inch off my waist. True, this diet does adhere to the things you should be sticking to anyway... portion control, more vegetables and whole grains. But I think where it is really successful is educating you on all the sodium in foods; especially processed. This is a "low sodium" diet and I can tell you from experience the anti bloating really has made a difference for me. You could also describe it as more of a "natural diet".. or maybe "Mediterannean" diet is a better word.. getting rid of all that processed crap available in stores that say it's lo-cal/low fat but full of other stuff you shouldn't really be eating anyway (like sodium).

They do recommend some brands of things that are hard to find, but it tells you in the book how to substitute as long as it has similar ingredients and calories. The diet can be a little pricey to start with... lots of nuts and so forth.. but they last a long time so your not buying them every week. I purchased mine at BJ's and Trader Joes where they are cheaper. I'm sure if you stopped buying all the other stuff (chips, dips,sauces, etc) the cost would probably even out.
I find this diet is really successful for me because it's not very restrictive, so I know I can stick to it and really simple to follow.

If you are considering buying this book, I found the pocket book a bit more helpful with the food menu's, recipes and shopping. The cookbook is also good. So maybe just get this one from the library and actually buy the pocket guide.
It worked for me anyway... hope you found this helpful.

PS. I have tried South Beach and it was really successful for me too.. but I couldn't stick to it in the long run.. too restrictive. I have also tried WWatchers and found that successful also, but I find this one more of a healthy, natural diet.
PSS. Anyone who is trying this diet.. be sure to try a good balsamic vinegar, salsa verde, and salt free Mrs. Dash... All add tons of flavor with little to no calories! (Trader Joe's Avocado salsa verde is great in the fridge section)
Good luck!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 63 yr old grandfather 21 mars 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am 63 yrs old and grandfather of 6 soon to be 7 grandchildren. I am in the best physical condition of my life due to this diet and regular "hard" excercise. I lost 15 pounds in 30 days, 10 pounds in the first 4 days! This diet is the answer for me as to how exactly to change my eating habits and eating lifestyle in a way that will not leave me hungry for the food or other items that made me overweight. The most remarkable results were my blood test after the 30 days. My total Cholesterol is 140 which is the lowest in my life! All the other results were also the best, my good cholesterol was up, bad Cholesterol down and triglicerides the lowest ever. I and my doctor are elated over these results. If you are borderline dieabetic as I am or have high Cholesterol as I did you must follow this diet to correct it. you'll be amazed how good the food is and will not miss the bad stuff you are eating now. This will show you how to replace the bad fat with good fat and maintain a healthy lifestyle. It's never to late to start so do it now, I guarentee this diet works. Thank you,
Mike
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I am impressed! 14 septembre 2011
Par J. Cain - Publié sur Amazon.com
Let me first say I am not a yo-yo or fad dieter, and I don't eat poorly by most people's standards (I don't do fast food, I favor cooking from scratch over a box, and I do eat veggies). However, after 35, it became increasingly difficult to lose weight. Add to that a medication that's known to increase weight and a hobby of dabbling in gourmet cooking and I was staring down a problem. After getting fed up with buying increasingly larger clothing sizes, I went in search of a GOOD diet - not a lose-all-the-weight-in-a-day diet, not a you-can-never-eat-pizza-again diet - a realistic diet that also made nutritional sense. I found this book and began researching reviews etc. I finally committed to this diet and am so far THRILLED that I did. Here's why ...

First, I have lost some weight. In the first 30 days I lost 5 of the 20 pounds I want to lose. Earth shattering? No. But again, I'm looking for steady and realistic, and that's what I've seen. In the past, my scale would give me slightly different readings every morning - call it water weight, too much dessert the night before, whatever. Now, my weight is spot-on consistent every single day until it drops a half pound and so on. This diet has done more for me than just help me lose 5 pounds so far. My complexion is better. Don't ask me what the connection is but there really seems to be one. I used to have what I perceived as a very sensitive stomach that prompted me to always have Immodium on-hand and to never walk right after eating. Now, not so much. Very regular and ... well, normal. I do not feel hungry most of the time (provided I make good use of my calories) as with some diets. And best of all, I am enjoying the food and am able to find my own recipes that work within the diet.

I built my own spreadsheet to track my eating to be sure I stay in my target zones for calories, carbs, fat, etc., and I have found that it helps immensely with accountability and has helped me plan really well balanced meals. I was initially concerned about all the fat in this diet (courtesy of the MUFAs), but in using the spreadsheet, I learned how to "work" the numbers to counter that, and it really makes good nutritional sense. The answer - don't eat much fat outside the MUFAs, limit carbs, and eat large portions of fruits and veggies - this brings down the fat percent overall. So for those who think this diet is unhealthy, I wouldn't agree and neither does my family doctor. In fact, I feel like my family and I are eating healthier than we ever have. And unlike my go-to diet of the past (just reduce fat), I actually feel like I'm indulging some of the time because of the ability to actually cook with oils (healthy ones). Another bonus is that I don't feel guilty anymore about eating peanut butter, nuts, olives ... foods I have always loved but mostly avoided due to the fat content. Now I eat them more than ever, just in the proper amounts, balanced out with whole grains, fruits, and veggies. It's a beautiful thing and a seemingly magic combination for me.

Regarding the exercise ... Some people have faulted the book for the front cover claim that no exercise is necessary. Then of course they have a section of exercises near the back. Let's be honest, it's those kinds of claims that sell books. However, I do believe it is actually true. If you follow the diet even without exercise, I believe you will lose weight (assuming it's different than what you're already doing AND you burn more than 1600 calories/day which isn't too hard). However, you will not TONE UP without the exercise. I have chosen to do both and I am seeing and feeling the benefits. I have been touting this diet to everyone, which is something I've never done before.

If my cholesterol goes through the roof or I stop losing weight, I may change my tune and revisit this review. But for now, I am loving this diet and expecting quite the opposite.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It works for me! 27 janvier 2009
Par Emmey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This diet works for me. In any successful weight loss program you must be able to incorporate it into your life style and enjoy the foods that are recommended. Changing habits and adjusting your life style is not easy and requires a commitment to a program you can adhere to. The four small meals and whole grains, nuts and seeds seem to be the best diet for my tastes. I also love avocado and dark chocolate.
I am 57 years old and as many others my age can attest to, I have had the pounds creep on year after year. I have tried Weight Watchers, South Beach and many others and had some success but always ultimately quit.
Constant hunger was my struggle while on Weight Watchers and when I fell off that wagon I would hit the ground hard with more cravings than ever. South Beach is healthy, but as soon as I added even a few extra carbs I would quit loosing and seemed to have a lot of nagging headaches.
I almost didn't buy the Flat Belly Diet book thinking it would be one more diet book on my shelf, but I am glad I did buy it!
I was a little hungry and bored the first two days! Now I am never hungry if I stay with the program. I travel and the suggestions on little snack packs are great! Little things that I can carry in my purse really help. (The whole wheat english muffin and peanut butter is my favorite!) I love the abundance of whole grain foods. They really fill me up and keep me from getting hungry. As the weight slowly comes off, I am exercising more and enjoying it.
At first it didn't seem like I was loosing much weight nor did the tape measure prove that I was loosing many inches, but my family and friends kept commenting on my weight loss and actually thought that I had lost more weight than I actually had! Maybe it is because it does seem to be coming off my mid-section. (Could be the middle age thing for me.)
I would suggest joining the on-line Flat Belly Prevention site if you plan to stay with it. The site helps me to log my meals, makes suggestions for menus and you can create shopping lists.
I too am frustrated with those who shoot this diet down and have not tried it. I am glad that their diet and life style works for them, but this one works for me. Good luck to anyone struggling to control their weight, I feel your pain!
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