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The Flat Belly Foods Diet

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Lose belly fat and slim down with this low-calorie diet plan with filling ingredients to keep you full all day long.

Get a bikini-worthy body without having to eat itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny portions. We've created dishes that are supersatisfying and slimming. (Nachos? Burgers? Yes, please!) Mix and match the meals and snacks here with our Summer Slim-Down Workout and you can say bye-bye to belly flab and hello to that sexy two-piece.

Low-Calorie Recipes
 

Healthy Takeout Options for Lunch
—Au Bon Pain Half Roast Beef and Brie sandwich with a small fruit cup (400 calories)
—California Pizza Kitchen Half Roasted Vegetable Salad with grilled shrimp (394 calories)
—Chipotle Soft Corn Tacos with carnitas, fresh tomato salsa, and lettuce (395 calories)
—Subway Six-inch Steak and Cheese sandwich on wheat bread with provolone, tomato, lettuce, onions, and green peppers (380 calories)

Healthy Takeout Options for Dinner
—Boston Market Quarter White Rotisserie Chicken without skin with fresh steamed vegetables and Cinnamon Apples (490 calories)
—P.F. Chang's Pan-Fried Shrimp Dumplings with Shrimp Dumpling Sauce and a small order of Garlic Snap Peas (471 calories)
—Romano's Macaroni Grill Spicy Ricotta Meatballs and side Caesar salad (480 calories)
—T.G.I. Friday's Flat-Iron Steak with broccoli with a fruit cup (510 calories)

Do the Summer Slim-Down Workout
 

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, May 2012.

 

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gaines1977 wrote:

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5/7/2013 01:54:15 PM Report Abuse
WA2013 wrote:

There are 3,500 calories in a pound. In order to lose a pound, someone must go into a calorie deficit by both eating healthy AND working out. A pound a week will be lost if the calorie deficit reaches 3,500 per week. No one will lose weight by changing eating habits alone. Keep in mind this is something learned in a general university nutrition course and needs to be tailored to the specific individual is a healthy way.

4/29/2013 12:54:40 PM Report Abuse
khuber27 wrote:

yes your calculator is off i consumed what you told me for 1 Month and gained 8 pounds.... going back to the 1200 calories per day

6/20/2012 03:12:43 PM Report Abuse
sbkar1 wrote:

You assume I want to throw away hard-earned money on prepared foods, and you assume I live where these foods are readily available. You don't even take into account that I may have a physical disability that precludes some of the exercises and that alternatives would be nice. This is really only a site for those with one or two pounds to lose and not for the rest of the world.

5/30/2012 08:53:19 AM Report Abuse
raquelklayman wrote:

The Calorie Needs Calculator said for my age, weight and exercise routine, I should at least consume 2,194 calories daily. I disagree with that since I have always focused on about 1,200 - 1,300 daily and have felt good maintaining that. If I consumed that daily, I would actually gain weight than keep it off.

5/28/2012 10:31:49 AM Report Abuse

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