Getting a flat belly in just a week is an ambitious goal, but if you stick to a strict plan, you can make a difference to your shape. At the week’s end, you can use some style and posture tricks to help your belly appear flatter for the big day. You need to reduce your overall body fat level with a low-calorie, high-nutrition diet and regular calorie-burning workout.
This simple and tasty recipes that make up our 7 Day Flat Belly Healthy Eating Diet Plan, will help make the journey easy and delicious. Enjoy!
- Pick organic and/or grass fed options whenever possible.
- If you see an ingredient you do not care for or are allergic to, simply replace them with a like ingredient. For example, if you can’t have shrimp, just replace them with another lean protein and you will be all set
- Drink water before and after every meal; them helps fill up your tummy and leaves just a little room for food.
Make sure to consult with a medical professional before changing your diet or fitness regime!
7 Day Flat Belly Healthy Eating Diet Plan
Breakfast: Omelette made with 3 egg whites and filled with 75g chopped mixed peppers and a handful of spinach
Mid-morning snack: 100g chicken with ½ red pepper, sliced
Lunch: One grilled chicken breast, mixed salad leaves, red peppers, green beans and ¼ tbsp olive oil
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g turkey breast with ¼ cucumber, sliced
Dinner: 100g grilled chicken breast with steamed broccoli
Breakfast: Baked chicken breast with a handful of stir-fried kale
Mid-morning snack: 100g turkey breast and ½ green pepper, sliced
Lunch: Baked haddock fillet with mixed green salad, with ½ tbsp olive oil
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g turkey breast with 75g steamed broccoli
Dinner: One salmon steak with chopped dill and steamed green beans
Breakfast: 100g smoked salmon, plus spinach
Mid-morning snack: 100g chicken breast with ½ yellow pepper, sliced
Lunch: One grilled chicken breast with garden salad and ½ tbsp olive oil
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g turkey slices with ¼ avocado
Dinner: One grilled lamb steak (or two cutlets); steamed broccoli and spinach
Breakfast: Scrambled eggs (one whole, 2 whites), tomatoes, green beans
Mid-morning snack: 100g turkey slices with ¼ cucumber, sliced
Lunch: Baked cod fillet with salad, tomato, spinach and ½ tbsp olive oil
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g chicken breast with ½ grilled courgette
Dinner: 100g chicken breast stir-fry made with ½ tsp oil and green veg
Breakfast: 200g turkey breast with ¼ avocado and ¼ cucumber, sliced
Mid-morning snack: 2 hard-boiled eggs with ½ red pepper, sliced
Lunch: 150g grilled prawns with a green salad and tomatoes, ½ tbsp olive oil
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g turkey breast with 5 almonds
Dinner: 100g chicken breast with steamed broccoli
Breakfast: One grilled haddock fillet with roasted peppers and courgettes
Mid-morning snack: 100g chicken with one tomato, sliced
Lunch: 150g turkey with green salad, steamed broccoli and ½ tbsp olive oil
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g chicken with 5 pecan nuts
Dinner: 150g-200g steak served with steamed green beans and broccoli
Breakfast: 3 egg white omelette, grilled tomatoes and steamed spinach
Mid-morning snack: 100g turkey with 5 Brazil nuts
Lunch: 150g chicken breast with steamed asparagus and green salad
Mid-afternoon snack: 100g turkey with ¼ cucumber, sliced
Dinner: Grilled, skinless duck breast with steamed oriental greens or broccoli
Go with cardio: Nothing beats aerobic workout in the battle against belly fat. A study of Duke University found that aerobic exercise was the best way to burn deep, visceral belly fat and that aerobic workouts burn 67% a lot calories than resistance training or a regime that combines cardio and resistance.
Stay away from alcohol: When them comes to flattening your belly, alcohol isn’t your friend. Them makes your body store more of the fat you eat and burn up to 36% less fat than you normally would. It can too inhibit your body’s production of fat-burning hormones.