1. Limit the Quickly Cohydrate
If you eat too many fast carbohydrates such as white bread, juice and sugar, the insulin hormones swarm around the body and cause the female body to deposit fat in the same places as men? namely on the stomach instead of on the thighs and on the buttocks. Therefore, replace the fast carbohydrates with good, slow carbohydrates if you want to get rid of the fat on your stomach.
Eat rye bread, bran biscuits, river bread, stone age bread, tortilla pancakes, whole grain pasta and rice. But be aware of the crowd. Slow carbohydrates are absorbed better in the body, but still need to be burned so you can’t eat a whole pack of rye bread.
2. Eat Easy with Fat
If you want to get rid of your stomach, paradoxically, it also applies to eating plenty of healthy fats from eg. avocado, mayo, olive oil, nuts, grains and fatty fish. The monounsaturated fat lubricates the cell doors to better close the sugar, lowers the insulin and thus causes the body to remove the fat from the stomach.
– You need to eat copious amounts, otherwise it doesn’t work. Eat for example 20 almonds for breakfast, 2 tbsp. olive oil pesto for lunch, 20 nuts in the afternoon and an oil shot in the evening.
You also need to eat fruit, but the fruit sugar is filled with carbohydrate, so you should think about an extra time.
Don’t eat fruit alone. Instead, cut an apple to a salad, eat berries on top of your breakfast, or grab a handful of nuts with the fruit in the afternoon. Otherwise, the carbohydrates jump directly into the bloodstream and send a signal to the body that it is ready for battle. And if you’re just sitting in the office, your body stores grease instead.
3. JOIN THE PROTEINS
Protein should be the base of your meals. Make sure you always have meat, fish, milk products or cheese on the plate.
– The proteins are primarily for you to get tired. And then it also has the luxury that it increases fat burning even when you sit still, explains Alice Apel Hartvig.
Go for protein from meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs, dairy products and cheese.
4. EASY COST PLAN
Screw all your meals together so you get saturated with protein, get plenty of healthy fat and a bit of slow carbohydrates. A typical day could look like this:
MORNING FOOD: Skyr with berries and ?? almonds
INTERMEDIATE: Bran biscuits with cheese
BREAKFAST: An omelet with cottage cheese, avocado, tomato and pepper
INTERMEDIATE: 20 nuts and a little dark chocolate (min. ???)
AFTENSMAD: Tortilla sandwich with meatball, salad and fresh cheese