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For the last meals try eating some vegetables, but avoid root vegetables and starchy carbohydrates.

Submitted:Nov 1, 2012    Reads: 14    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

But before we say this, that your expectations are realistic. If your stomach is not as pronounced and coming training regularly, this routine will be great. But if it turns out your abs show no or minimal definition and your stomach is not flat even obviously not achieve a six pack in four weeks. The routine is amazing and you should do it anyway with nutritional rules proposed encaminarte and accelerate your results. Just do not expect to achieve in a month. The earlier you start the better, remember that ...
Diet for your sixpack

These ten principles or rules allow you to recharge your metabolism and make your abdominal section to run correctly.

1. Avoid refined and processed foods as much as possible. <A HREF="http://4cyclesolution.blogspot.com">4 Cycle Solution</A>

2. Try to eat six times a day, every three hours.

3. With each meal, one portion of protein used as the base. Think eggs, milk, fish, chicken and lean cuts of beef.

4. Between meals your snacks are nuts, avocado, olives and seeds.

5. For breakfast and the second meal sure to eat starchy carbohydrates like oats, rye or wheat bread, with a piece of fruit.

6. For lunch some excellent choices are sweet potatoes, brown rice and quinoa.

7. For the last meals try eating some vegetables, but avoid root vegetables and starchy carbohydrates.

8. Drink plenty of water

9. A (1, one, joins) free meal every ten days. You can be anything you want. Seems strict but we are trying to bring to light the abs in just four weeks so the culinary sacrifices are something to do, period.

10. Consume a shake after exercise as soon as you finish training. Aim for about 40 or 50 grams of carbohydrates and 20 to 30 grams of protein. What this does is to stabilize and improve your hormones tissue regeneration while keeping the system stable blood sugar. <A HREF="http://4cyclesolution.blogspot.com">http://4cyclesolution.blogspot.com</A>


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