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Belly Fat Diet for Dummies Book Review

 
The fast and easy way to lose belly fat
Lowering body weight can reverse or prevent diabetes; lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels; and improve sleep apnea and other sleep problems. The easy recipes and exercises outlined in Belly Fat Diet For Dummies gives you the edge you need to shed unwanted pounds and gain muscle tone.
Do you carry extra weight around your midsection? Belly Fat Diet For Dummies gives you practical, trusted advice for shedding it—the fast and healthy way. You'll get a proven, 14-day quick-start program that guarantees results within days: a no-gym fitness plan that starts with a fat-melting, bodyweight-only workout and progresses to more advanced exercises further toning and tightening your belly. Plus, you’ll get over 40 delicious belly-burning recipes to help you manage your weight.
  • A no-gym fitness plan that starts with a fat-melting bodyweight-only workout and then progresses to a more advanced exercises futher toning and tightening your belly
  • Over 40 delicious belly-burning recipes
  • Loads of options customized for: carboholics, meat lovers, chicken and seafood fans, chocoholics, fast-food junkies, diabetics, and vegans
  • Includes useful tips, body-sculpting exercises, and delicious recipes using superfoods to help shrink your waistline
  • A comprehensive maintenance plan to help you stay on track
Belly Fat Diet For Dummies is a complete and informative guide that makes shedding weight practical and fun—with results in days.

My Thoughts:  I've been reading the "For Dummies" series books years.  The books are written by persons with some knowledge of the topic and written in a conversational tone which makes it easy to understand.  The tips provided in this book have been great in helping me find exercises and recipes which have helped me develop a workout plan that's right for me.  I'd LOVE to lose a few pounds, c'mon who wouldn't, however, I'd rather be healthy.  

During February, I'm more conscience of my heart health and just recently a friend of mine was diagnosed with diabetes and another has hypertension.  I don't want any of these ailments and I know there are ways I can prevent them.  Simply by making better health choices and exercising regularly.  Belly Fat Diet for Dummies offers some great tips!  Chapter 13 (Whipping Up Lunches That Fight Belly Fat) and Chapter 15 (Desserts and Snacks) are my favorite.  Why you ask?  Lunch is my biggest meal of the day and I've yet to quell my appetite for desserts and snacks.  When it comes to desserts and snacks I've got it bad...really, really bad.  There were a couple of ideas in Belly Fat Diet for Dummies that offered some alternatives for keeping me on the right track when it comes to making better decisions when it comes to desserts and snacks. 

I hadn't given much thought to how many "For Dummies" books I have read until recently when my oldest son came home with an Algebra For Dummies book he'd checked out of the library.  I'm glad to report the book has helped him improve his Algebra grade and also glad to report I am walking more and have tried a couple of the belly-burning recipes in the Belly Fat for Dummies book that I've been reading.

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Visit http://www.dummies.com/how-to/health-fitness/fitness/Losing-Belly-Fat.html

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Disclosure:  Many thanks to the publisher for the opportunity to review this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book for purposes of facilitating this review.  The views expressed above are mine.

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