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Rachael Ray and the Flat Belly Diet

Flat Belly DietThe Flat Belly Diet is centered around fat, but not just the kind around your waistline. It’s a book and eating philosophy put together by Liz Vaccariello and nutritionist Cynthia Sass of Prevention magazine. The plan centers around MUFAs (Monounsaturated Fatty Acids). Monounsaturated fat is liquid at room temperature, but may solidify in your refrigerator. They help reduce bad cholesterol levels in your blood and lower your risk of heart disease and stroke.

There is no shortage of eating with the Flat Belly Diet, as you are recommended to have four 400 calorie meals, all with a MUFA source. So what foods are rich in monounsaturated fatty acid? Foods high in MUFA include nuts, avocados, dark chocolate, sunflower oil, canola oil and Rachael Ray’s favorite- olive oil.

Check out this spotlight on the Rachael Ray show that recently aired.

September 23rd, 2008

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2 Responses to “Rachael Ray and the Flat Belly Diet”


Sarab
Sep 23rd, 2008
1:53 pm

I love Rachel Ray! I didnt know she was on a diet though?


amyy
Mar 31st, 2009
4:47 am

i herd about this diet plan, paying for it is stupid people should be willing to help other epople for free!