Flat belly diets are diet plans that promise to help you lose weight, but they can have a number of drawbacks.
These include:You may not feel a significant reduction in the amount of calories you burn, and it can also increase the chance of getting stomach ulcers, infections, or even cancer.
It can also make it harder to maintain a healthy weight, which can be difficult to overcome if you have a medical condition like obesity or high blood pressure.
It can also be a difficult option to stick to for some people, but a recent study found that flat belly plans can be more effective at reducing weight loss than a normal weight diet.
A new study published in the British Medical Journal found that people on a flat belly plan had lower levels of blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglycerides, which helps reduce your risk of heart disease.
And it also had a smaller waist circumference and waist-to-hip ratio, which could help you feel more fit.
But what about the flat belly?
Is it just a temporary thing or can you keep on going?
If you’ve been following a flat-belly diet, there’s hope for you.
You can continue to lose weight even after you lose the flat stomach.
The researchers found that if people followed a low-fat diet, they were less likely to lose more than 5 percent of their body weight.
The researchers also found that there was a reduction in blood pressure and triglyceride levels, which may help to prevent a heart attack.
And people on the diet had lower blood pressure than those on a normal diet.
While this is an interesting study, it’s still not a full-blown trial.
The authors only looked at people who were currently obese and overweight, so the results could not be generalized to people who are still overweight.
And the study is still only looking at a low fat diet.
But if you’re on a low calorie diet or plan, you may want to stick with it.