Get a Bikini Body in 4 Weeks:(Get in shape for summer) The Diet Plan /get rid of belly fat/lose weight/fat burning diet/summer workout by Mordy GardelGet a Bikini Body in 4 Weeks:(Get in shape for summer) The Diet Plan /get rid of belly fat/lose weight/fat burning diet/summer workout.
If you want to get in shape for the summer this is the ebook for you !
Slim down and get beach-ready with this collection of easy, healthy recipes. Mix and match the meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack for a total of 1,500 calories a day.
Get a Bikini Body in 4 Weeks
Nothing can replace healthy eating and regular workouts when you want to lose weight, but these fast-fix diet tips and tricks will help you look your absolute best—ASAP. It may seem counterintuitive, but the best trick to beating bloat is to drink more water, says Sari Greaves, R. Another way to get a flatter stomach, according to Greaves: Avoid soda. Soft drinks, even diet ones, contain sodium, which is a big contributor to bloat, she warns. Instead of reaching for a diet cola, opt for unsweetened iced tea or coffee. For a version you can stick to, eat only raw fruits and vegetables for a day. You'll feel fuller than if you just drink juice, but you'll easily be able to keep your daily calorie budget in check.
As soon as spring comes, the race to get the perfect beach body is on. While starting to exercise and eat healthy will have the best results when done in advance, you can still slim down for your suit in a few weeks if you cut out junk and start working out. If you want to feel more confident in a bikini, focus on eating a healthier diet and exercising regularly. Try to cut down on processed food and simple sugars, like potato chips, candy, cookies, and soda, so you're not eating a lot of high-calorie foods that aren't very nutritious. Aim to get most of your calories from healthy carbs and proteins, which will fill you up more easily and limit your fat intake. For example, eat plenty of chicken, fish, sweet potatoes, vegetables, and brown rice.
Weight-Loss Tip: Try a one-day cleanse.
Cut out sodium. When it comes to bloating, consider salt your enemy 1. It's a sneaky offender at that, so your best bet is to avoid all processed foods, where it might show up as an ingredient under names and in quantities you aren't aware of. You can do it! Avoid carbs.