Food for flat abs

Posted by Lachmi Deb Roy on Sat, Mar 19, 2011  
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You can eat and have flat abs too-


Nuts are excellent for flat abs. They contain proteins and fibre and even vitamin E. It also has important minerals which are good for building muscles and giving us energy. Almonds, flax seeds and walnuts can regulate blood sugar also and makes the tummy full. If you have a hand full of almonds with your morning cup of tea you will feel full and you will not over eat and hence your weight will be under control.



An apple a day keeps the doctor away. An overweight person should consume at least two to three apples a day to keep weight under control. Apples keep cholesterol under control and are good for the lungs as well. Apples have eighty five percent of water so it is good if we munch on apple when we are hungry.



Beans like rajma, chola ans soya beans are good source of fibre and protein and keeps your weight under control. Snacking on roasted chana and boiled rajma and chola with a dash of black salt are good choices if you want that desirable flat abs.



Gooseberries, mulberries and black currents are loaded with fibre and are excellent for those who control their diet. Those who want to reduce weight should consume as much fibre as possible.



A breakfast egg is very important for everybody if you don’t have high blood cholesterol. An egg with a toast is a perfect morning breakfast. Eggs have essential amino acids which are good for muscle building and even good for the brain development of kids.



Yogurt is an excellent source of calcium and is good for the digestion as well. Yogurt prevents from bloating and constipation and hence your tummy looks amazingly flat.


*Green Vegetables

If you want that perfect figure you should consume as much green leafy vegetables as possible. Vegetables like spinach, broccoli and cabbage are good to satisfy our hunger and at the same time they are excellent to keep the weight under check. They are good source of calcium and hence should be consumed at least three times a day.



Sea food especially fatty fish like sardines, tuna and mackerel, is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Sea food prevents cravings.



Millets can be used in many dishes in place of wheat or rice. They are rich is protein, iron, minerals and B vitamins. You can make rotis out of millets and have it as a breakfast cereal with a cup of milk. It has got the fibre and keeps the tummy clean.



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