Since the Abs Diet hit the New York Times bestseller list more than 5 years ago, tens of thousands of men and women have achieved lean, muscular abdomens on the program and dramatically improved their health in the process. Study after study continues to prove that losing belly fat and firming up the core is the single most important step you can take to stay healthy and fit for life. The New Abs Diet for Women will help you do exactly that to look better, feel better, and live better.
The New Abs Diet for Women is not a gimmick. It's not like those starvation diets that make you say "no" to real food. They never work because it's impossible to keep saying no, no, no to the foods you love. The New Abs Diet for Women is different. It says YES! to food. In fact, eating more good food throughout the day is one of the key strategies that make the program work so well and so quickly. The New Abs Diet for Women is not about calculating calories or spending hours working out in a gym. That's too hard. Instead, it lets you enjoy the foods you crave and it doesn't even require any exercise for the first couple of weeks. This smart, sensible, healthy eating plan will give you the body you want without breaking a sweat. (Although our easy, at-home workout plan will help you achieve flat abs even quicker!) And you'll never feel hungry, restricted, or deprived.
How is all that possible? New research at the top medical schools continues to show that the best way to maintain a fit body is to eat more food, not less.
The New Abs Diet for Women will show you how to eat the right kinds of foods at the right times to keep cravings away and help keep your body's natural calorie burners stoked so you burn fat from your belly first!
The secret weapons behind this revolutionary program are the 12 Abs Diet Powerfoods that will form the delicious backbone of your daily menu. (Hint: Mexican food, pasta, burgers, and even chocolate shakes figure prominently in t...
David Zinczenko, the editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine and editorial director of Women's Health, grew up as an overweight kid in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Since then, he has become one of America's leading experts on health, fitness, and nutrition. He is a regular health and fitness contributor to the Today show.
Ted Spiker, an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Florida, is a contributing editor of Men's Health.
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