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Tips on How to Lose Belly Fat

Many people like to know how to lose belly fat.
If you are one of them, I like to introduce you to Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist,
Certified Personal Trainer and owner and author of Truth About Abs.com, the #1 rated
Abs program on the Internet, and several other popular fitness and health Websites.

The Truth About Six Pack Abs is the #1 ranked Abdominals ebook in the world
(as ranked by clickbank.com) with over 539,000 readers in 163 countries to date.

He is also the co-author of the newest best-selling nutrition program called:
The Fat Burning Kitchen:Your 24-Hour Diet Transformation
to Make Your Body a Fat Burning Machine.

And his newest creation is a delicious new manual he co-authored that you also
won’t want to miss if you care about protecting your body from aging:
The Top 101 Foods that FIGHT Aging – 101 little-known foods, herbs, spices, teas,
nutrients, and dozens of other anti-aging tricks to protect your skin, organs, muscles,
and joints from aging, so you can look and feel 10 years YOUNGER than your age.

His passion is to show you how to eat delicious food and still get super lean.
He dedicate himself to constantly staying up-to-date on new and innovative
training strategies, as well as the latest nutrition tips in order to pass this
valuable information on to you, his reader, and help improve the quality of your life.

You can also find plenty of his various fitness tips related to exercise, nutrition,
building muscle, lose belly  fat, reducing stress, and living a healthier and happier life at his Six-Pack Abs Fat Loss Blog.

Mike is a well-known expert who deals exclusively with the most effective strategies for how to lose belly fat so that you can finally uncover those elusive six pack abs
that everyone desires.

Some of Mike’s strategies deal with nutrition aspects and others deal with
training techniques, but I was impressed to see that Mike has put together one of the most comprehensive resources for dealing with all of the aspects necessary to finally get rid of that nasty belly fat for good.

The key is that Mike focuses on the REAL techniques that are going to get you
lasting results, and teaches you how to avoid all of these “quick-fix” scams and gimmicks that are all over the infomercials and the internet these days.

Several of the mistakes that Mike sees every day where people are going wrong in their fat loss attempts are:

1. Most people are wasting too much of their time doing hundreds of reps of ineffective crunches, sit ups, and other “abs pumping” exercises in their attempt at losing stomach fat.

Mike has discovered that there are certain highly effective exercises that stimulate your metabolism much better, and increase your fat burning hormone levels much more.

These exercises that Mike outlines are the best of the best for getting a lean, chiseled body.

Surprisingly to most, the majority of these most effective exercises for stomach fat loss are NOT “abs-specific” exercises .

Not only that, but Mike shows you how to combine and sequence them to get the best metabolic and fat loss results possible, changing the shape of your entire body.

2. Most people are wasting way too much time doing hours upon hours of boring monotonous cardio routines.

Mike has researched this topic extensively, including an entire course he’s taken comparing different modalities of cardiovascular exercise.

After all of this research, he came to the conclusion that the majority of people out there are not doing the right types of cardio exercise.

In fact, most people may actually be inadvertently decreasing their metabolic rate by doing too much of the wrong types of cardio!

The strategies that Mike reveals in his program go beyond “interval cardio” too.

3. Most people are failing miserably with fad diets.

Mike reveals exactly why most low-carb or low-fat diets are actually working against what your body needs to become lean and ripped and maintain it for life!

Mike shows you exactly how to stop falling for the gimmick diets and finally develop a truly healthy eating style that you can actually enjoy for life without being overly restrictive. It’s actually easier and more enjoyable than you may think!

Mike’s system will show you how to lose belly fat that has plagued you for years, so you can finally get that sexy six pack that you’ve always wanted.

Here’s the site: http://nutrobalance2.net/6-pack-abs

Don’t forget to visit Mike’s site today, as he’s giving away some great free bonus reports and other tools that might not be available much longer.



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Dieting Fears Ruining Food Enjoyment

With the ever-increasing list of fad diets that the average person tries, it’s no wonder we have lost our food enjoyment and it’s hardly surprising that ‘disordered eating’ is
on the rise.

It’s hard to go a day without hearing about the latest food craze and it can be tricky not being influenced by what you have heard. Worse still, you start to categorize food into ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods. You try to avoid anything on the long list of ‘bad’ foods but more often than not, we slip up when we’re hungry, on the go or going out for a meal.
Disordered eating is not the same as an eating disorder. It is estimated that 1 million Australians practice food restriction or tamper with their diets in order to lose weight. This can be anything from skipping breakfast, avoiding carbohydrates, cutting out certain sugars or avoiding all fats.

Despite well intended efforts to improve health and lose weight, these eating practices don’t do much for overall health and self-empowerment when it comes to food.
At the same time, these practices can also lead to unhealthier relationships with food with approximately 20% of the female population having an undiagnosed eating disorder. The statistics can be startling with 65% of females as young as 15 years old on a diet with 8% are severely dieting.
The problem is not with just the diets themselves, some of which cause nutrient deficiencies or other undesirable outcomes like constipation. The longer lasting impact however, is the psychological bearing that diets have on your state of mind.
Studies have shown that maintaining a consistently slightly higher body weight is much better for your overall health than yo-yoing in body weight from year to year due to dieting.

The non-dieting approach to weight loss
This doesn’t mean you should throw in the towel with weight loss, it means you need a better approach. We recommend the ‘non-dieting approach’ to weight loss.
The non-dieting approach includes:
listen to your body’s natural hunger cues
eat when you’re hungry and stop eating when you’re full
get rid of your good and bad food lists. This is because when trying to avoid foods you’re not supposed to eat, it only makes you want to eat it more! Luckily, including a few small squares of chocolate post dinner may be a better way to stay on track than trying to avoid it all together.
Cut back on rich, highly processed and sugary foods like cakes, biscuits and takeaway for good results. Save these fun foods for special occasions instead of putting them on a bad food list.

Choose wholesome, fresh food that makes you feel good, energetic and satisfied.
Stop fearing food and see it for what it is, something that is meant to taste good and be enjoyed. Food should be nourishing, respected and eaten mindfully.

Gabrielle Maston
Gabrielle is a health professional who has a drive for life and loves adventure. She is a sports & clinical dietitian, exercise physiologist and personal trainer. This allows her to decipher fact from fiction in all things nutrition and fitness.
To Gabrielle, health is not only about the science of the human body, it’s also about the mind. Self belief, body love and trying new things will build confidence and ultimately lead to good health.
If you need help with an individualised plan for sport, health or weight loss, visit her website for more information: www.changingshape.net.au
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