EAT TO REDUCE BELLY FAT
GOOD NEWS! You can pick whatever meal plan works best for you. A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that low-carb and low-fat eating work equally well, as long as the focus is on quality: more vegetables and whole foods and less added sugar, refined flour, and trans fats. And worry less about calories. Participants were told only to eat as little carbs and fat as they could without feeling hungry or deprived.