The Abs Diet for Women – Eating Six Times a Day

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The challenge of a diet is finding a way to make it work in your life. It is not convenient to have to think about what you are going to eat before you eat it and most diet deprive you of energy. With how busy our lives are, is it a wonder why so many people fail at their diets?

This diet- The Abs Diet for Women– keeps things relatively simple. It focuses on what they call “The Power 12” or twelve foods that you should include in each of the six meals that you eat every day. (Yes, you read right- six meals! This is the challenge of this diet but we’ll get back to that later.)

The Power 12 of the Abs Diet

These foods are an acronym that makes it very easy to remember them. The first letter of each food spells out “abs diet power”. Here is the lovely little trick to the Abs Diet food list:

Almonds and Other Nuts

Beans and Legumes

Spinach & other green Vegetables

Dairy (fat-free or low-fat milk, cheese, yogurt)

Instant Oatmeal (unsweetened or unflavored)

Eggs

Turkey and other lean Meats

Peanut Butter

Olive Oil

Whole Grain Breads & Cereals

Extra- Protein (whey) Powder

Rasberries and Other Berries.

These 12 foods are chosen because they keep you full, deliver all the necessary nutrients your body needs to have a great amount of energy, keep you satisfied, and metabolize your body to keep lean muscle and melt off fat, specifically on the abdomen. Sounds great, right? It’s nice to find a diet that doesn’t just restric calories and rob you of energy. Well… let’s get to the tricky part.

How to Eat Six Times a Day

For most people, planning three meals in one day is hard enough, now The Abs Diet for Women wants you to plan six. Huh.

KISS it baby! Keep it simple sweatheart! (Some say stupid but I like this version better!) You don’t have to get elegant with your meals. Three of them are actually just snacks and only require one of the 12 power foods to work. A hand full of almonds and a cheese stick would count as a meal.

The creators of the Abs Diet, including Men’s Health editor in chief, didn’t leave you hanging, however. They created a wonderful online program that does all that work for you.

All you have to do is fill in a little info about yourself and they provide a very easy to follow menu, printable with grocery list and all. Sometimes a recipe is provided but usually just a quick 20 minute prep can be done in the morning and you’ve got all you need for the day, portable and ready to go.

Another good thing about the abs diet online is that you are required to check in and tell the computer how you did by entering in the foods you ate. If you cheated, it will tell you how bad you’ve been. There is something about having a failure written in words that makes you feel very accountable. Of course, when you do succeed the program is supportive and upbuilding as well!

You can get a free 30 day trial of this helpful program here.

The Abs Diet Includes Fitness and Recipes

As with any diet, The Abs Diet for Women recommends exercising regularly to get nice sculpted abs. The book recommends both strength and cardio on different days and will explain how to do this. The online program will actually give you a set program to follow including reps, sets, and cardio types.

There are also delicious recipes in the AbsDiet Cookbook that are perfect to use while following the diet. They aren’t flavorless and there is a great variety to suite anyone’s taste.

The Abs Diet really is all encompassing program to revitalize your life and turn your body into a healthy, energetic, fat burning machine. It is one of the most scientifically sound and sensible diet that I’ve come across recently. It won’t just make you look better in the mirror, but it will make you feel healthier, too. And that- in the words of Martha Stewart- is a very good thing.

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Crystal is our new weight loss expert and we're excited to have her on board! She offers her perspective in a new regular opinion column. Crystal is a professional health and fitness writer with expertise in the diet, weight loss, nutrition, fitness, and health related fields. She is also a certified personal trainer, former owner of HotMommas Fitness Bootcamp in NW Washington, and a mother of five.

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