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The Samaritan

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PostSubject: Veggies build a better belly?   Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:21 am

Here is an article I found through Facebook which I found very interesting. Though I cant say I eat much of the Veggies mention here I will make an effort to start adding them into my diet.



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3 Vegetables That Fight Abdominal Fat

A unique way that a few specific vegetables can actually stimulate the burning of abdominal fat...

article by Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist
Author -- The Truth about Six Pack Abs


flat sexy absI bet you didn't know that there is a specific class of vegetables that contain very specific phytonutrients that actually help to fight against stubborn belly fat.

Let me explain what these unique vegetables are and why they help to burn stomach fat...

Chemicals that force your body to hold onto belly fat

Something you may have never heard about is that certain chemicals in our food supply and our environment, such as pesticides, herbicides, and certain petrochemicals from air and water pollution, household cleaners, cosmetics, etc can react with your body and make your body store excess abdominal fat.

These chemicals are known as xenoestrogens.

Xenoestrogens are chemicals that you are exposed to (and are hard to avoid in the modern world) that have an estrogenic effect in your body. Excess exposure to these can cause hormone balance disruptions for both men and women. So these can wreak havoc in the body for both guys and gals.

These estrogenic chemicals that we are exposed to on a daily basis can stimulate your body to store belly fat, along with many other problems (including cancer risks in the long term).

So here's where this specific class of vegetables comes in handy...

One of those cool tricks that I teach my clients that hire me for nutritional counseling is the use of cruciferous vegetables to help fight against stomach fat.

Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, etc. contain very specific and unique phytonutrients such as indole-3-carbinol (I3C) that help to fight against these estrogenic compounds...

And by fighting against these belly fat stimulating estrogenic chemicals, this is just 1 more step in helping you to win the battle against abdominal fat!

So there you go... just another excuse to do what mom always told you and eat more broccoli!

I've really learned to like brussells sprouts in the last year too... Melt a little grass-fed cheese on them and some garlic and they're great!

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PostSubject: Re: Veggies build a better belly?   Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:41 am

Any opinions on whether it's true? I'd always heard there was no way to particularly target specific areas in reducing fat. Sadly my diet is more like 99% meat tho. I've had some vegetables over the past few days... mainly squash, spinach, and greens, which seem to be the *only* ones at the store that actually have any nutrients in them.

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PostSubject: Re: Veggies build a better belly?   Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:12 pm

The Science is sound as far as I know so I have high hopes for the outcome. I am currently looking up good receipts for these types of veg.
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