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Six-pack abs diet

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Dieting is an important part when trying to get six-pack abs. Below, I explain the six-pack abs diet.

Classes of Food

Ideally, we have 6 classes of food:

  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Vitamins
  3. Fats & Oils
  4. Minerals
  5. Proteins
  6. Water

Proteins are bodybuilding foods and are needed to build muscles in the body.

On the other hand, carbohydrates and fats & oils are energy giving foods, minerals and vitamins are inorganic and organic, body function foods.

What diet is best for six-pack abs?

Careful observers would have noticed that nature finds a way of balancing out things. So that the balance of the universe can be maintained.

For example, we have day and night, winter and summer, autumn and spring, up and down, beginning and the end, positive and negative, etc.

These two points coexist and merge to create a balance, in which we call reality.

Also, there are many colors available to an artist, yet a skilled artist is able to correctly apply and measure, the ratios needed to create magnificent art.

In the same vein, careful and balanced selection between the six classes of food is necessary in order to acquire the coveted six-pack abs.

Without that, only chaos exists in the body, which we all know to be obese.

What should not eat for abs?

As I explained earlier about balance and ratios, in actuality, there is no good or bad food.

There is only a bad measure or quantity of food. Although, processed foods, are a big no-no since the body is not getting them in their natural state.

For beginners trying to get abs, below are some foods you should avoid:

  1. Diet drinks
  2. Processed sugar
  3. Soda
  4. Cakes
  5. Junk food, etc.

How long will it take to get a 6 pack abs?

Many factors come into play when trying to get 6 pack abs. As such, there is no fixed time frame, since people vary.

Ignoring this is folly, and stupidity and the main cause of injuries and why many people don’t achieve the elusive 6 pack abs they desperately crave.

Some factors that come into play in the amount of time acquiring six-pack abs are known:

  1. Weight
  2. Diet
  3. Exercise
  4. Sleep
  5. Body type

As such, there is no fixed time frame. But a good estimate of how long it takes to get 6-pack abs is 365 days (12 calendar months; 1 year).

Is milk bad for abs?

It depends.

An Eskimo’s body adapted to eat meat. Most Chinese people are lactose intolerant, and so are unable to digest milk properly.

As such, identifying your body type is a good point to start since we only give you guidelines to help you in your journey to get 6-pack abs.

In general, milk is not bad for abs, except you are lactose intolerant, and so cannot properly digest and assimilate the proteins in the milk.

Therefore, other plant or meat protein sources should be a better alternative for you.

You can learn how to get six-pack abs by losing 30 pounds in 30 days.

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Jonathan Aranki
Hey! I am Jonathan Aranki and I hold a B.Eng in petroleum engineering. I ventured into fitness, after noticing the fact that I had sold my body to get a degree. I am making changes, and want to help others too.

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