The Belly Fat Cure

The Belly Fat Cure – Does It Really Work?

Jorge Cruise, who is also the author of The 3 Hour Diet, wrote The Belly Fat Cure.

Cruise introduces readers to his “Carb Swap System” in his latest book, which reached the New York Times top list.  the belly fat cure

He claims that dieters can drop four to nine pounds per week by focusing on their abdominal fat.

Basics of the Belly Fat Cure Diet

The Belly Fat Cure’s main principle is to keep insulin levels in check by eliminating all simple carbohydrates, even those found in fruit.

According to Cruise, elevated insulin levels drive the liver to convert extra glucose into fat, which is then stored in the abdomen.

On the Belly Fat Cure diet, you don’t have to monitor calories; instead, you pay attention to the types of foods you eat and follow the ‘Carb Swap System.’ You are allowed to ingest 15 grams of sugar and six portions of complex carbs each day, which is similar to the South Beach Diet.

The meal plans consist primarily of proteins, lipids, and veggies, with a minor bit of sweets and whole grains thrown in for good measure. Artificial sweeteners and processed foods must be avoided at all costs.

Drinking at least eight glasses of water every day is recommended for dieters. While on the Belly Fat Cure, you can drink wine, beer, and champagne, but you can’t drink cocktails, fruit juice, or milk.
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Because of their low sugar level, the only fruits allowed on the Belly Fat Cure are blackberries and blueberries. However, if you’ve reached your target weight, you can eat up to two pieces of fruit every day.

Fast Track to Losing Belly Fat

Jorge has now released the Belly Fat Cure Fast Track, an accelerated version of his regimen.

He claims that dieters can expect to lose 14 pounds in the first 14 days of the diet in this version. This recipe eliminates sugar completely and focuses on sugars that are concealed.

Turkey, chicken, fish, beef, lamb, seafood, cheese, pork, eggs, whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, oatmeal, and walnuts are all recommended foods.

Do I Have To Exercise?

 A red flag goes up here.

The Belly Fat Cure claims that you don’t have to exercise to lose weight, but it does promote the health benefits of exercise such as stress reduction and increased strength.

It is recommended that you walk for 20 minutes each day and do an eight-minute ab workout, but this is absolutely optional.

Unfortunately, making exercise optional means most people won’t do it.

Pros

  • Recipes and a food plan are included.
  • It’s simple to comprehend and follow.
  • A full food list is included, as well as sugar and carbohydrate information.
  • It promotes the consumption of healthy veggies.

Cons

  • Fruit is prohibited, with the exception of a few berries.
  • Some of the food products suggested may be costly or difficult to come by.
  • Exercise is optional!

Conclusion:

This boils down to another low-carb diet which will often lead to substantial weight loss in the first week or two.

However, there is nothing ground-breaking here and low-carb diets are very hard for most people to follow due to the strictness.

My advice is to simply eliminate simple carbs and sugars and the results will amaze you.

Oh, and don’t forget to add some type of strength-building exercise!

 

 

 

Citations:

  1. May, S., & @. (2010, July 7). Explanation And Review Of The Belly Fat Cure By Jorge Cruise | POPSUGAR Fitness. POPSUGAR Fitness. https://www.popsugar.com/fitness/Explanation-Review-Belly-Fat-Cure-Jorge-Cruise-9027078.
  2. The Belly Fat Cure – Diet Review. (n.d.). Diets in Review. https://dietsinreview.com/diets/the-belly-fat-cure/.
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