What type of food to eat to get flat abs?

Low Starch/Sugar. To burn stomach fat, the best diet is a low carb (low starch and sugar), higher protein ketogenic (fat burning diet) basically keeping your carbs below 40 grams/day, all from low sugar fruits and green vegetables, and protein above 70 grams/day should help. You can look up ketogenic diet online for more help as well.

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Hello Dr., I am 23 years old. My weight is 58 kgs. And my height is 5 feet. What type of food I should eat to get flat abs, stomach and body?

Longer discussion. Hi Great question! Changing the proportion of your body composition from less fat and more "lean" mass is definitely possible. But it takes careful planning and some trial/error to see what plan works for you. The important thing is making sure that you are still eating the right nutrients - remember this isn't a diet and it's not just about cutting calories. Hope this helps. Read more...

I exercise regularly, but I never get a flat abs. How to get flat abs without having to skip those delicious food? I dont eat alot but eat as I like

Getting ripped. Almost all gym people will tell you that getting ripped is about both exercising and staying hungry -- and foregoing the emotional satisfaction of eating. "That's delicious" can give way -- if you apply your mind power -- to "I know, but my body doesn't need it." This would also be a great time to do some truly hard-core aerobic fitness stuff. A wonderful gift to give yourself -- better than taste. Read more...

How can I get flat abs/exercise/food?

Combo of things. A combination of things will help you get flat abs. First, if you have an excessive amount of body fat, it may be covering your abs. So, a good diet, combined with fat burning activities, such as walking, running and biking will burn fat. Then strengthening and toning exercises for your abs, such as sit-ups and variations of them, will build the tone in the abs. Read more...
Flat abs. For flatter abdomen eat healthy & get physically active. Calories burned > calories consumed. To tighten ab's: crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge & “bicycling” exercise on back. Engage in regular aerobic exercise (i.e. running, swimming, Nordic track, bicycling, kickboxing, walking, cross country skiing, hiking, etc.) Read more...

Can anyone get flat abs if they eat right and exercise regularly? Or can genetics (fat storage in stomach) prevent some ppl achieving visible 6 pack?

Most. Most can get the desired effect they search for with extremely hard work and eating well and toning exercises, but if inherently obese and/or with much fatty tissue/bulk around the abs already, it would be more difficult to achieve the magazine/Hollywood look you are probably craving. best wishes. Read more...