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Six Pack ABS Meal Plan

Eating right is as important as putting the right Six Pack ABS training program if you want to burn fat and build your muscles. Knowing what to eat is essential but to practice is critical as it required stringent discipline to achieve it. The meal plans advice could be tricky as there are many nutritionist and scientist came with different opinions. Nonetheless, we suggest below easy to follow meal plans with some key guidelines in mind:

  1. Green is Good– Your diet should cover with almost 50% of fruits and vegetables as means to add fiber for good digestion and on the other hand as a replacement of carbs intake which causes rises in blood sugar and lead to weight gain and diabetes. Wholegrains is always a best choice if your intent to take carbs in your meal to ensure much healthy and nutritious carbs with slower release of sugar to the blood. Vegetables should be your foundation in meals as fruits sugar(fructose) could elevates your blood sugar as well.
  2. Eat Protein – Protein is one of the most important elements of your diet, it can be filling when you have high protein diet as a result you eat less and lose weight. Protein is the ingredients to build muscles, so you need to consume it for maximum effect during the process of workout and building Six Pack ABS muscles. The question is how much protein do we need? Nutritionists estimate 1 to 4gram per your body weight is necessary in daily consumption, 2grams is the minimum.
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Breakfast

2 eggs with Oatmeal with 1 serving of protein powder (contain 25g protein)

Breakfast

Sausage with blended cereals plus milk

Breakfast

2 egg white

Avocado

with 1 serving of protein powder (contain 25g protein)

Breakfast

Oatmeal with milk and blueberries

Breakfast

Ham with Soy Bean plus 1 serving of protein powder (contain 25g protein)

Breakfast

Oatmeal with almond nuts and pumpkin seeds

Breakfast

Peanut Butter Toasts with 1 serving of protein powder (contain 25g protein)

Lunch

Steak with rice and Green Tea

Lunch

Salmon with steam broccoli

Lunch

Cod fish with steam asparagus

Lunch

Lean Chicken chop with steam carrot

Lunch

Baked sweet potato with Tuna

Lunch

Beef with steam asparagus

Lunch

White meat stir fried with vegetable

Dinner

Steam mackerel with shrimp

Dinner

Chicken Breast with vegetables

Dinner

Lean Beef and brown rice

Dinner

Trout with steam cauliflower

Dinner

Garlic and Chicken meat

Dinner

Chicken Omelette  with onion

Dinner

Trout fish and steam carrot.

Snack

Mix Vegetable salad

Snack

Chocolate milk

Snack

Low fat yogurt

Snack

1 apple, protein bar

Snack

1 orange

Snack

strawberry

Snack

peanuts

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