French Wine For a Flat Belly Review

French Wine For a Flat Belly Review

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French Wine For a Flat Belly Review Get the full critique on the flat belly diet and whether or not its worth trying out.

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French Wine For a Flat Belly Review
Get the full critique on the flat belly diet and whether or not its worth trying out. Almost 9 in 10 people will not keep their fat off and whats worse is that almost 50% will actually gain all the weight back after their diet. Does the Rachel Ray flat belly diet avoid this common problem that most diets encounter? Find out.
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French Wine For a Flat Belly Review
Essentially what takes place in thefrench wine for a flat belly reviewdiet is a high consumption of MUFAs or monounsaturated fatty acids. You will be consuming a large number of foods that contain MUFAs on a daily basis. The benefit of this is that MUFAs can fill you up and most of it is flushed out of the system or beneficial to the body in some way so in the end you don't put on any fat from them. This diet excels as a one dimensional diet with simply a goal of losing weight.
Where Does the Diet Fall Short?
The biggest problem with this diet is nothing to do with the diet itself but diets of its kind. You see the flat belly diet is like many other diets that also have you restrict your calories significantly. As a result your metabolism adapts and scales down accordingly. This results in what is known as the rebound effect when you complete the diet. Since when you stop the diet and go back to normal eating habits your calorie intake increases, however your metabolism does not. This is where people can put on serious amounts of weight in a short time.
The rest of the diet presents some very interesting dieting concepts and health oriented foods such as whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables. However like most diets unless you're willing to stick to it for the long haul you better be ready for the rebound.
The only diet to currently avoid this rebound effect is known as calorie shifting. What this diet does is focus entirely on boosting your metabolism as opposed to simply avoiding foods it actually encourages you to eat quite well. This metabolic training through eating will ensure you burn more calories per day than you consume and most importantly it will keep your metabolism up at peak levels even when you finish the diet.