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The Flat Belly Diet - Great Results in Just 32 Days!

Most people who are going on a diet try to avoid any food which contains fats to obtain quicker drop in weight. They get away from chocolates, oils, nuts, seeds, olives and even avocados because they believe that these items have a high amount of fats in it... wrong way of doing your diet!

Remember that in biochemistry and nutrition, there are two main types of fatty acids which are the saturated fatty acids (the dangerous type) and the unsaturated fatty acids (the healthy type). Saturated fatty acids are considered dangerous because of the fact that they have very low melting temperature making saturated fats always correlated with increased number of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease attacks. On the other hand, unsaturated fats have higher melting temperature compared to saturated ones therefore considered to be good for the health.

Unsaturated fats are divided into polyunsaturated fatty acids, monounsaturated fatty acids (commonly known these days as MUFAs), trans fats and omega fatty acids. But the most talk-about of all these four are the MUFAs when it comes to losing weight or dieting.

So, what are MUFAs?

Monounsaturated fatty acids or MUFAs contain a single double bond in the fatty acid chain and all the carbon atoms contained in the chain are single-bonded as well. In simpler terms, it means that MUFAs have the highest melting temperature compared to all types of fats making it helpful in achieving a flatter belly.


According to a newest research called the Flat Belly Diet, taking in healthy MUFAs during every meal can help every person lose weight and get rid of those fats around the belly areas.

Did you know that it is actually okey to eat chocolates for as long as they are dark? Meaning, the more cocoa and the more bitter the taste is, the better it is for your health. This is because of the fact that although dark chocolates contain a huge amount of stearic acid which is a saturated fat, stearic acid is quickly converted to oleic acid which is a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid - really good for the heart! Oleic acids are also recognized in removing cholesterol within the arteries. Without those clumps of cholesterol inside the arteries and the veins, the blood vessels are more relaxed and blood pressure is maintained in a healthy level.

Other types of food which contain a high amount of MUFAs are avocados, nuts, seeds, olives and oils (such as grapeseed oil, ground nut oil, flaxseed oil, sesame oil, corn oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil and avocado oil).

If you really want to achieve a flatter belly, I suggest for you to get your hands on the Flat Belly Diet Book for free! All you have to do is to fill up an application form and if the company finds you qualified to participate in the Flat Belly Diet program, you will receive a free copy of the Flat Belly Diet book, a free 1-year membership to the Flat Belly Diet website, an exclusive membership to the Success Story Club, a chance to blog about the Flat Belly Diet program and you get to have a look at the company's exclusive Flat Belly Diet videos.

So, what are you waiting for? Don't let this opportunity of having a flat, sexier belly slip away! Fill up the application form now, submit it at once and become one of the Prevention Magazine's participants to try the Flat Belly Diet for free!


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