Look Inside. The latest research shows that starting an exercise program from scratch, even in middle age, can quickly make a man as healthy as one who has been exercising religiously for years. Since its publication in , The Abs Diet has endured as a proven plan grounded in sound principles of nutrition and the latest clinical science. Now this New York Times bestseller has been turbocharged with new weight-loss research, interval workouts, a bonus chapter of new core exercises, and delicious new recipes using the Abs Diet Power 12 Foods, which are scientifically proven to burn fat and build muscle. Ted Spiker is co-author of the bestselling You series with Drs. Mehmet C. I endorse this one enthusiastically. When you buy a book, we donate a book. The Biggest Books of the Month.
Eight out of the 13 studies that reported on food consumption found that increasing eating frequency provided no significant benefit. I read this for its nutrition guidelines, not its exercise advice, but I picked up a few tips in the exercise chapters. A short, fast, high-intensity workout is better than a longer, steady workout for weight loss. The Conscious Cleanse Cookbook. I’ll be actually starting the diet next week I go grocery shopping tonight so we will see if it works for me or not. Lastly the thing that some people may find helpful I didn’t was the exercise plan and pictures on how to do the exercises. Become a Member Start earning points for buying books!
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The Abs Diet is a six-week diet and exercise plan that claims it will help you flatten and strengthen your midsection. According to the diet’s author, great abs help you to live longer, sleep better, prevent back pain, and even improve your sex life. The original diet primarily targeted men, but a women’s version of the plan was developed as well. The basic premise of the diet requires you to eat six times each day and base food choices on certain power foods. One cheat day per week is allowed. A cornerstone of the plan is participation in a minute exercise program which is performed at least three times per week. While there is some scientific evidence to support certain elements of The Abs Diet, there is no research that specifically investigated this plan. The diet is likely to help some people reduce body fat and improve their level of fitness, but there is no strong evidence that it can provide the sweeping benefits that it boasts. The diet was developed by David Zinczenko, who was editor-in-chief of Men’s Health magazine at the time.