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Get Six-Pack Abs: Which Foods You Should Eat, and Which to Avoid

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Get Six-Pack Abs: Which Foods You Should Eat, and Which to Avoid

According to Marc Perry, a top personal trainer and fitness expert in New York City and the founder and CEO of BuiltLean, if you want to achieve a six-pack, in addition to working hard in the gym, there are certain “fat-promoting” foods that you should definitely cut out of your diet. He recommends avoiding what he calls “empty carbs” that come from refined grains, added sugars and calorie-dense fatty foods and instead focusing on nutrient- and protein-rich whole foods that are mostly low in calories and will keep you feeling full and satiated so you won’t be tempted to overeat. The following 10 foods are specific examples of what Perry recommends you entirely avoid, along with suggestions for what to eat instead.

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