Nutrition for better abs
Body fat is really what comes between you and great-looking abs. Cardio is one way of burning fat, but paying attention to the amount of food you eat at each meal is an even easier way to get toned abs. (It’s less grueling, anyway.) Eating smaller quantities of food more often during the day should be your general goal. “Many men are taught that it’s okay to eat large quantities, but eating too much in one sitting interferes with (natural) growth hormones that help you burn fat and put on muscle,” Conrad explains. “They’re the hormones that will help you get ripped.” By eating five smaller meals a day, as opposed to three large ones, you’ll promote muscle gain, keep your metabolism up, and shrink your gut.
Next: A sample meal plan