The 7Day Belly Shrinker
When it comes to staying slim and living healthy, there are a lot of tips out there, so many that it can be a bit overwhelming. Everyone is always trying to figure out how to best get rid of that tummy and at the same time help kerb that bloat, or little bit of extra weight that seems to stick around the waistband. So you will want to take a look at this seven-day belly shrinker plan that comes from the Dr Oz The Good Life site. If anyone has good advice, it is Dr Oz the highly educated cardiothoracic surgeon and professor at Columbia University. It might be the time of year that you are gearing up for wearing a bathing suit, and you want to look your best, or the weather is getting warmer, and you want to wear lighter clothes. You may have put on a bit of weight after weeks or months of reaching for comfort foods or second helpings, and it seems these days you only want to wear clothing that has an elastic waist.
That's why these healthy life style tips and quick and effective plan to trim this problem area is sure to have some good ideas. The plan is designed to give you an immediate flattening effect around the waist by eliminating certain foods that go by the acronym of FODMAP. FODMAPs are a collection of short chain carbohydrates and sugar alcohols that are found in foods naturally or as food additives. You'll feel less bloated after just a week, and you'll lose a little fat too, thanks to an eating plan that is based on whole foods, healthy living and sane portions. If you have a little extra winter belly fat you want to drop, then keep on the plan right into swimsuit season. In these living healthy belly shrinking tips, you may see results after just one week. You should feel less unpleasantness on the inside and less bulk on the waistline. You may notice that your pants feel looser, with the average 160-pound woman might shed one to three pounds.
The FODMAP diet was developed by scientists at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. When on this healthy living FODMAP diet you have to stay away from some of the following foods to include onions, garlic, beets, asparagus, Brussel sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and mushrooms. Other foods to avoid include milk, soft cheese, ice cream, dairy yogurt, and coconut milk. No beans, lentils, pistachios, wheat/rye bread, pasta, avocados, apples, mangoes, pears, stone fruit, watermelon, honey, chocolate, and high-fructose corn syrup.
And while there are a lot of foods that you have to stay away from on the seven-day belly shrinker plan, there are also a lot of foods that you can have. Some of the food that you are allowed to have on the plan include leafy greens, bell peppers, radishes, corn, carrots, squash, tomatoes, and potatoes. You are also allowed to have beef, chicken, fish, pork, tofu (must be extra firm tofu) and eggs. Hard cheeses like cheddar, feta, or Parmesan, almond milk, bananas, pineapples, berries, grapes, kiwis, lemons, limes, oranges, tangerines are also allowed. Along with seeds and nuts (except for pistachios). Wheat- and gluten-free bread, pasta, and cereals (such as oatmeal), corn tortillas and quinoa are allowed. Along with olive oil, cider or rice wine vinegar, mustard, herbs, spices, salt, pepper, and table sugar. You will find these seven-day belly shrinker tips on the Dr Oz The Good Life site. On the site, you will find all sorts of healthy life style tips, healthy living, living healthy and more. **
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