The flat stomach diet – what to eat

Whether you are vegetarian or eat meat, have allergies to food, or have lactose intolerance, this plan can be adapted to your individual needs. The plan includes four meals a day, 400 calories each, every four hours, and each meal should include a mufa (monounsaturated fat food).

Anti-bloating sample menu

Breakfast: one cup of rice flakes, a cup of skimmed milk, ½ cup of pineapple, one quarter cup of sunflower seeds.

Lunch: 3 pieces of lean tuna in water, one cup of carrots, a thin slice of cheese.

Dinner: 3 pieces of chicken breast, a cup of mushroom sauteed, a tablespoon of olive oil, ½ cup brown rice.

Snack: pineapple snack (a cup of skimmed milk, 4 slices of pineapple and a teaspoon of flaxseed oil, put in the blender), 4 pints of spicy water

Sample menu for the get a flat stomach diet

Breakfast: apple, almonds, wheat germ

Lunch: ham sandwich, cheese, lettuce, tomato and pesto fiber bagel in a cup of cherry tomatoes.

Dinner: 3 pieces of grilled salmon with 2 tablespoons of almonds and half a cup of green peas and beans.

Snack: quarter cup of hummus with 2 tablespoons of sliced almonds and a cup of green pepper.

Calories may vary by individual, from 1.200 to 2.000 calories.

How the flat stomach diet works

The flat stomach diet premise is that if you cut calories to 1600 calories a day, add a mufa at every meal, and do physical exercises (optional) will lose weight,  and get a flat stomach. Moreover this diet is an excellent fat burner with the proper workout.

You will lose weight with this diet, but probably not because of mufa foods, but because you eat healthy meals at regular intervals. This turns the table towards cellulite removal. Isn’t that great. You get to get rid of cellulite and get a flat belly at the same time.