Dietician shares 'best' diet to burn visceral fat for good – it's 'high in plant foods'


    The research, conducted by a team from the University of South Carolina, concludes: “Based on the available evidence, plant-based diets should be considered a viable option for the treatment and prevention of overweight and obesity.”

    If you want to cut down on animal products but are concerned about eating enough protein, there are plant-based alternatives.

    The Vegetarian Society recommends the following protein-rich foods as meat alternatives:

    • Beans (including baked beans, chickpeas, butter beans and kidney beans)
    • Tofu
    • Nuts
    • Veggie mince, sausages, fillets and burgers found in supermarkets.

    Ms Simon also promoted the benefits of exercise for losing fat,


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