The abs diet is a diet developed by the editor-in-chief of the magazine Men´s Health, David Zinczenko, and is completely focused on removing the fat in your stomach area. It is supposed to be the one single diet plan that makes achieving a six pack stomach easy, because of the foods you will eat and exercises you will do that target the body fat covering your abs.
Stomach fat can be a real problem and recent studies have shown that it can be a real killer to walk around with a few spare tires around your midsection. The author claims that his book will guarantee you a flat stomach in 6 weeks but that will highly depend on the physical state you are currently in. While outrageous statements like that should always be taken with a grain of salt, it is very likely that the way this diet is developed, will actually help you achieve the physique you want, apart from giving you more energy and make you look more attractive.
One thing is obvious though, David Zinzendorf is so convinced of the qualities and advantages of his abs diet, that he offers a lifetime guarantee on his book, meaning that if you ever decide to return it, you will get your money back. Of course somebody will only do that if they are on to something that works, and by examining the diet, it is easy to see where the strength lies.
First of all, the program is focused on fat loss instead of just weight loss, and apart from that, the foods that are included are all great for muscle maintenance and growth. One of the big pitfalls of many diets is that people end up losing their healthy muscle mass, which later down the road actually leads to weight gain again. Mr. Zinczenko might just be on to something with his abs diet and if you are motivated and dedicated to changing your life and body, it just might be worth checking out his program.
Read my article titled How to Lose Weight in Two Weeks for more information on shifting that extra fat you are carrying around.
- Using the AB Lounger to Get a Flat Stomach (weightlossdietforum.com)
- The Valeo Ab Wheel (dietcleanse.org)