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Six Pack Diet

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Six Pack Diet


If you want to develop a good six-pack, your diet is crucial! You can workout all you want with countless of sit-ups, but if your diet is not on point you’ll see very little results.

Abs are made in kitchen, not the gym!

A good rule of thumb is to cut back on sugar, simple carbs (such as bread and pasta), fried foods and alcohol. Replace them with plenty of vegetables, lean proteins and healthy fats – such as oily fish, avocado, nuts and wholegrains.



Where To Start?

Focus on your protein intake to start off. Tossing in a few poached chicken breasts, some low-fat milk and protein shakes will fill in any gaps in your diet and keep you full for longer.

Furthermore, your body actually burns more calories breaking down protein than it does other foods. Additionally it’ll help fuel your muscles, which raises your metabolism and helps you burn fat more efficiently. Read more on protein for weight loss here.


Cook Your Own Meals

It goes without saying, that cooking your own meals gives you more control of what you eat. Cooking yourself gives you knowledge of exactly what you’re eating and can ensure no unwanted sugar and fat are creeping in to your diet. Pre-planning also means you’re always prepared and are less likely to find yourself stuck for healthy meal options. Tupperware is your friend.



10 Foods For a Six-Pack Diet

Below we have listed 10 of our favorite products to include in a diet, aimed at improving your washboard abs. These ingredients are hand picked based on their ability to help burn fat, boost your metabolism and reduce stress.

Start incorporating these foods in your recipes and you should see significant improvements, very shortly.


1. Broccoli

A low-calorie food, packed with fibre. This helps you keep full, which in turn will result in weight loss. For a similar effect, chow down on some kale, spinach, or other dark green veggies.


2. Sweet Potato

– is a low-GI food. Research has found evidence suggesting the vegetables don’t promote fat storage by causing your insulin levels to spike, unlike normal potatoes. This essentially means it prevents calories from being converted into fat. Use this as a substitute for all your potato needs – that be fries, mash or baked.


3. Green Tea

Containes molecules called catechins, which have thermogenic properties and improve metabolism. Read more on the benefits from Green Tea in this article.


4. Oats

Are rich in carbohydrates, which boosts your serotonin levels in the brain and creates a calming effect. Furthermore, oats contain 10 grams of protein per half-cup serving. They deliver steady ab-muscle-friendly energy and lowers the risk of heart disease. Check out these delicious overnight oats recipes.


5. Salmon

Is a great source of magnesium, which help control cortisol levels. One fillet will keep you full for hours due to its high protein content. General weight loss means you’ll be shedding belly fat and exposing those six-pack abs in a flash.


6. Grapefruit

Contains natural occuring chemicals that reduce insulin levels. This can in turn, help improve speed and longvitity of your metabolism.

Note: Stay clear of store-bought grapefruit juice. They typically contain an excess of sugar and additives for increased shelf life.


7. Apples

Contain antioxidant polyphenols – a fat-burning compound –  that also helps prevent your body storing unwanted fats. Apples are also one of the best sources of fibre, which will make you feel full and keep your appetite in check.


8. Blueberries

Have low energy density, which means you can feast on the fruit without worrying about the calories. The fruit can also help to inhibit the formation of new fat cells, by altering lipid metabolism.


9. Chilli Peppers

Are a great source of capsaicin. This chemical increased the speed of your metabolism. Spicy foods will have a similar effect in general.


10. Water

Will make you feel physically full and interfere with your eating habits. On a proper diet, one should aim to consume at least 0.5 liter per day. Be sure to spread out your water intake throughout the day and keep track of how much and when.

So simple, yet so effective.


There are, off course, many more foods that can help you achieve the six-pack you want. These are merely our top 10 picks. Every ingredient on this list is scientificly proven to be beneficial in weight loss, which is key for visible abs.

Furthermore, every item is very easily accessible, comes at low cost and can be incorporated into most recipes or meals at any part of the day.

If you live a busy lifestyle, and don’t always have time to prep your own meal, read this article on healthy snacking!


Stay Fit! 🙂


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