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Lose Belly Fat And Get Ripped Abs Eating Junk Food

Want a ripped six pack but donít have the willpower to stick to those tough diets? Good news is, you can in fact lose fat and get ripped eating whatever you want, including junk food. Hereís Why

Do you want your very own set of chiselled, ripped abs, but donít have the willpower to stick to a diet? Well, you are in luck. In this article Iím going to explain to you how you can lose belly fat and get ripped abs eating absolutely anything you want, including junk food!

Before I start I want to clear up a common myth. We all have six pack abs right now. Problem is the majority of us canít see them because they are covered by a layer of fat. This is why doing endless ab exercises donít work. You will never see your abs until you lose all of your belly fat which is covering them up. Hence, this article will show you how to lose fat and reveal your ripped abs.†

I know it sounds outrageous to recommend eating junk food to get ripped abs, so let me clarify. I donít recommend eating nothing but junk food. That is obviously unhealthy. However, if you want to lose belly fat and get ripped abs you should eat junk food whenever you want.

4 reasons whyÖ


By allowing yourself to eat whatever you want, you are no longer depriving yourself of having anything. This goes a long way in keeping your cravings under control. Letís face it, the reason why so many of us fail, is because our cravings become unbearable. Usually these cravings are for the foods that we are depriving ourselves from having.

So the key here is, to not deprive yourself of anything. Doing so only encourages your cravings to intensify, to the point that sooner or later, you will succumb to the pressure.


The absolute bottom line to successfully losing your belly fat is to simply eat less food than you burn off. Pretty obvious I know, but itís true. Forget the thinking that a certain food is making you fat, because it doesnít. Too much food makes you fat!

A calorie is a calorie. There is no difference between a calorie from a carrot, and a calorie from a donut. It is all a form of energy that can be burnt off, or stored as fat if not used. Knowing this, wouldnít it make sense to eat foods you enjoy? Wouldnít this make losing fat a hell of a lot easier?

Let me ask you this. Why do you think people lose fat on all different kinds of diets? Because the one thing all these diets have in common is that there total calorie intake is usually less than we need a day. Thatís all there is to it. However, the author pinpoints the success of his program down to his very own, special and unique manipulation of protein, carbs or fats, or avoiding this food, and only eating these foods.

So just remember, as long as you eat less calories than you burn off a day, you will lose belly fat and eventually will be sporting your very own ripped abs.


Believe it or not, but allowing yourself to eat junk food can actually help you eat healthier. This is because it reduces our cravings for junk food. This will result in less binges on junk and may even reduce the amount of junk you actually eat!

I know from personal experience that I eat less junk now then when I was following those strict diets. Eating super strict for a few weeks created such unbearable cravings that I was always bingeing on junk food.

Now that I can eat whatever I want, my emotions are a lot more intact. If I crave something, I have it, but I donít feel the urge to eat massive quantities of it to make up for weeks of deprivation. I also enjoy eating healthier now, but if I crave a piece of chocolate, you better believe Iíll have apiece. (If not, a week from now I might explode and eat 10 pieces!)


You will never lose your excess belly fat and get ripped abs if you lack consistency. You need to able to stick to a program long enough to lose the amount of fat necessary to see your abs. The general rule of thumb is to lose 1-2 pounds of fat a week. Therefore if you need to lose 20 pounds, you want to be consistent for 10-20 weeks.

This is the reason why I recommend eating whatever you want. It will make it a lot more enjoyable, and a lot easier to maintain the consistency required. And contrary to what others may think, it does work. Isnít it obviousFind Article, eat less food than you need and you will lose fat. Simple huh?

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Luke Johnstone lost 39 pounds of ugly belly fat and got his own ripped abs for the first time in his life. He did this by eating whatever he wanted, pigging out a few times a week and only spending 90 minutes a week exercising. For photo proof, as well as a free ebook outlining how he did it you can check out

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