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5 Foods To Avoid If You Want A Six Pack

Every guy out there secretly wants a six pack, carrying a spare tire around your belly can be miserable trust Me.
So here are five foods you must avoid if you want to lose that excess belly fat and begin the journey to having a six pack

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Red and processed meat

We all know how tempting this can be, but you must avoid it if you want to lose that excess belly fat
A 20-year study found that folks who ate red and processed meat gained more weight than people who do not, about one extra pound every four years. It also was discovered that individuals who ate the equivalent of a small steak a day gained about five pounds in five years

Diet soda
I know many people are going to fall victim to this one, especially will the zero-calorie label on most diet sodas
A new study revealed that soda made with sugar substitutes played a great role in weight gain, it was also discovered that people who drank diet soda gained as much as three times the belly fat compared to those who do not take it over a nine years period.

Refined grains
I know this could be a little confusing, refined grains include foods like (white rice, white bread), and regular white pasta.
Researchers Pennsylvania State University researchers found that folks whose dietary include whole grains, vegetables, low-fat dairy, and protein, notwithstanding healthy diet—of fruits lost more belly fat than those who kept the same healthy diet but ate all refined grains.

  
Potato products
I am sorry, but if you want to lose belly fat, this also has to go.
A research of 20years with about 120,000 men and women who were checked every four years showed that on an average, they added about 3.35 pounds every 4years that's about 17 pounds at the end of the 20 years period. The major food cause was found to be potato products "potato chips and potatoes."

Alcohol intake
I must admit, this is a little hard to let go but it is a must let go to get rid of all those belly fat.
According to endocrine expert Michael Jensen, MD, alcohol intake is associated with bigger waists because when you drink alcohol, the liver burns alcohol instead of fat.
I am not saying you should not take alcohol at all, but you should try as much as possible to minimize your intake.

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