But it was clear it was spam right, without the google/
I'll take parts of it, like Peanut Butter and assume that is true. Yum. Bye bye belly, hello Jiffy.
besides egggs and beef liver, what else can I do for my belly fat - that would be distinct from the all around fat person. I do think I'm mroe the belly fat type. I cant grab gobs of loose fat elsewhere
Alcohol is the traditional cause of a big belly, hence the name, "beer belly". It appears that fructose has the same effect on the liver as alcohol, therefore you should eliminate concentrated fructose sources like table sugar or high fructose corn syrup. I think the reason it's reached epidemic proportions is due to increased consumption of soft drinks.
The reason that I think the post is dangerous is that the measures they gave, increased mono-unsaturates, fruit juices, fibre, etc, aren't going to do anything for you. Flax is only a benefit from the fibre but if you increase your vegetable intake you don't need it. Increasing carbs to the extent they recommend will lead to fat and protein deficiencies. You can't get the fat soluble and B vitamins on a high carb diet and you need them in order to repair your metabolism.
"Fruits, vegetables and whole grains" are better than "simple high-carb foods loaded with detrimental trans fats like fried foods, chips and cookies". However that way of eating is nowhere's near as good as a vegetable and meat based diet.
Omega 3 was mentioned. Controlling inflammation is important but the method presented won't do it. Flax is a poor source of omega 3. Get it from fish. Minimize omega 6 which is in vegetable oils and grains.
You and Tim already know all this and I'm just preaching to the choir but thanks to both of you for the opportunity to give my take on this.
I should also point out, just for completeness, that this type of fat is the most dangerous and greatly increases the chance of early mortality. No one is going to die from a "muffin top".