Abs Recipes

Posted: Monday, September 28, 2015
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by Smaku

Abs Recipes

Starting a diet and sticking with it can be extremely hard.  A lot of people choose diets that that contains foods that they just plain do not like.  This is a complete set up for failure.  Unless you are extremely discipline and learn to like these foods over time.  You will not stick to the diet.

You need to look at the meals plans to see if the majority of foods that you will be eating are to your liking.  One of the most flexible diet plans out there is called the Abs Diet.  The Abs Diet uses what they call their power foods.  These are the foods that you make your meals from.

Almonds and Nuts eat with the skins on.
Beans and Legumes
Spinach and Green Vegetables

Dairy: Milk, Yogurt, Cheese etc…  They should be low fat.
Instant Oatmeal: Unsweetened, unflavored
Eggs
Turkey or lean meats such as Chicken

Peanut Butter – Make sure it is sugar free and natural.
Olive Oil
Whole-Grain Breads and Cereals
Extra-Protein – Whey recommended
Raspberries and Berries (good antioxidants)

You notice the “ABS DIET POWER?”  I do not know if that is just a marketing ploy or just an acronym to help you remember the foods.  To give you an idea of what a typical day might look like I prepared a sample meals for a typical day.

Breakfast

Abs Diet Ultimate Power Smoothie – This should be 8 to 12 ounces (contains 5 power-foods)

1% milk – 1 cup
Low-fat vanilla yogurt – 2 tbsp
3/4 cup instant oatmeal – microwave it in water
Peanut butter – 2 tsp
Whey protein chocolate – 2 tsp
6 ice cubes, crushed

Snack #1

Raw vegetables (All you can eat)
Peanut butter – 2 tsp

Lunch

Turkey sandwich on wheat or whole-grain bread
1% milk – 1 cup
1 apple

Snack #2

Almonds – 1 oz
Berries -1½ cups

Dinner

Mas Macho Meatballs (contains 3 power-foods)
Extra-lean ground beef – 1 lb

Saltine crackers – ½ cup crushed
1 onion chopped up
1 clove garlic minced
Whey protein or flaxseed – 1 tbsp
Tomato sauce – 16 oz jar
4 hoagie rolls – whole-wheat
Shredded mozzarella cheese reduces fat – 1/2 cup

You are going to mix the ground beef, flaxseed, crakers, garlic and onion in meatballs about the size of a ping pong ball.
Use medium heat to cook the meatballs in either a skillet or frying pan.  Drain the fat and then all the tomato sauce.
Cut the hoagies in half and scoop out some of the bread in the middle to forma ridge.  Once the mixture is warm scoop the meatballs with some sauce out of the skillet and place it in the hoagie.  Sprinkle the mozzarella cheese on top.

Makes 4 servings

Snack #3

8 to 12 ounces Abs Diet Ultimate Power Smoothie – Same as a breakfast

I know that there is some work to be done preparing meals.  That is just something that you will have to schedule in.  What you do to save some time is make enough for a few meals so it is just a matter of reheating.  The plus side of this diet is that it offers a large variety of meals and does not have too many restrictions.

With any type of weight loss plan, in order for it to be most effective, and exercise routine must followed. This includes strength, cardio and flexibility training. I have the most efficient exercises at http://www.dietforabs.com

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