How To Lose 20 Lbs Of Stomach Fat

Ever since I started The 31 Day Fat Loss Cure I’ve gotten loads and loads of feedback from people who have lost 20+ lbs in just 31 days from using the program.

However, one of the biggest shocks to me was that people were losing tons of stomach fat WITHOUT even doing the exercises…

Take this woman for example, who posted her results on the Facebook Fan Page

She lost 28.6 lbs in just 31 days!

Ive gotten numerous stories like this, and even stories of people losing up to 36 lbs by just following my nutrition guidelines from the 31 Day Fat Loss Cure.   Here’s the 3 secret foods you MUST eliminate from your diet if you want to lose stomach fat…..

#1 – No Sugar (artificial sweeteners included)

In many diets, sugar is the number one culprit when it comes to putting on weight, especially around your stomach.  Simply by eliminating sugar, most people can lose 10 lbs in one month.

Some of the main foods that you need to look out for would be…

-> Soda (even diet soda)

-> Juices and Sweetened Teas (orange juice, apple juice etc…)

-> Processed Foods

Make sure you read labels and see how much sugar is in the food you are eating.  If you are following the nutritional guidelines from the 31 Day Fat Loss Cure, then you wont be eating many foods that have food labels, so sugar should not be too much of a problem.

#2 – No Whole Grains

Usually when I tell people they need to stay away from whole grains, they look at me with a puzzled look.  Food companies and the government have been telling us for years that whole grains are part of a healthy diet.

BULLSHIT…

Your body was designed to eat meat, fruits, vegetables, nuts & seeds.  Not processed foods like bread, cereal and pasta.  Foods such as whole wheat bread and whole grain cereal are marketed as healthy, yet when I ask clients to drop these from their diet they ALWAYS lose fat, and feel so much better.

You’ll instantly notice you have more energy, feel better and you’ll probably lose 5-10 lbs of stomach fat in just a few weeks…

Some of the main culprits here would be cereal, bread, pasta, rice and corn.

#3 – No Dairy

Dairy is another one of those things that people think they need for “bone health”.  Well guess what… Calcium helps you have strong bones, and you can find plenty of that in foods like spinach leaves, nuts, oranges, broccoli and celery.

Not only is dairy calorically dense, but its also VERY processed.  One of the big things I preach is staying away from processed foods and making sure you focus on real foods!

The main culprits when it comes to weight gain with dairy are yogurt, milk, ranch dressing and cheese (note: eggs are not considered dairy, they come from a chicken, not a cow).

If you were to eliminate just these 3 foods from your diet (sugar, whole grains, dairy) then I guarantee you will easily lose 20 lbs+ of stomach fat.  If you add in some of my killer workouts then you’ll lose even more!

Conclusion

Is this diet simple?  Yes!  Simple doesnt necessarily mean easy.  For some people dropping these foods is a major lifestyle change and they would rather just bitch & moan about being overweight instead of doing something about it.

However, others like the lady above will take action and end up losing the most fat of their life in just a few weeks.  It’s up to you!

Give this a shot for 2 weeks and see how you feel and look.  I guarantee you’ll be SHOCKED by how much better you look…


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  1. Janice M. McDonald says:

    When I eliminate grains and legumes from my diet, I get constipated–even though I am eating lots of fibre with fruits and vegetables. I’m drinking lots of water. What do I do to keep my bowels going well? I never had trouble when I was eating ‘wrong’ foods…

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  2. For me, losing weight is all about setting a goal, keeping my eye on that goal, and going after it with every part of me. And do it with intensity.

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  3. Sharon J says:

    Prunes to keep the bowels happy. Metamucil also comes in tablet form these days, too.

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  4. Andrew Winfield says:

    Is Agave excellent than any Honey? and does it affect body fat or what? I want to know more about food list which is good for my body or not? Are they included in book? One thing… I am deaf and disability, want to know if all DVD included subtitle English?

    Look forward to loss my weight! Smile… Andrew

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  5. Dale Harkleroad says:

    Vic,
    Having lost 35 lbs in the last month and a half, I’m not really interested in losing any more weight. No I did not use your sytem/program/whatever. Instead I used one of my own creation. However having viewed your video and reviewing what few facts you do present I see many similarities to what you propose and what I have done. I would think that those who follow your plan would see results.
    Initially I had planned to lose about 10 lbs or so, because that is what I thought I needed to lose. It turns out I was wrong, you see my weight had not changed in the last 40 years, (yeah things did rearange a bit, which is why I figured just a few pounds is all that was needed). Maintaining a constant weigt is not always a good thing, as my experience shows.
    All of the preceeding is actually off the subject. I’m interested in finding out if your program might be useful for my wife as she has many health problems. Some are heart issues as well as diabetes and back problems related to a very serious motor cycle accident. She is over 60 years old, (Okay so we are old farts), and I think my program would be too strenuous for her. I’m looking for something low impact and low stress. I use a body weight resistance product which I shouldn’t name here, set for low resistance and then train till failure on each exercise I do. Depending on the exercise, that is 60 to 100+ reps. Concidering her heart, I don’t think it would be good for her.
    I’ve tried to get her to just do some walking, but around the half mile mark she begins to complain about back pain, ( she broke 8 ribs, punctured her lung and damage her spine when she crashed her Harley two years ago). So you see the need for something low impact. Again, I pose the question. Is this program suitable for someone with these kinds of problems?

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    vicmagary Reply:

    Hi Dale, there is a special section in the program that gives a workout for active seniors. I can’t say for sure if it is appropriate for your wife. But I can say that I honor my money back guarantee if it turns out the program is not right for her.

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  6. David B. says:

    46 year old computer consultant.

    Starting weight 223.5
    Height 6′ 2″
    Goal weight 195.
    Six weeks into program total fat loss of 23 lbs.
    First 31 days strictly focused on diet and workouts, no cheating! 31 day weight loss of 17.5 lbs.

    Last two weeks much lighter on the workouts but very focused on the diet with only 1 “treat day” and lost another 6lbs. Should reach the goal weight within the next 2 weeks. Thank you for your system and easy to follow diet and workout plan, it has made a huge change so far. Looking forward to more info on “maintenance” modes once my goal is reached!

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  7. Jeff W says:

    Vic,

    I want to thank you for such a no-nonsense approach to weight loss. I had suffered from diverticulitis for years and this time last year it got so bad I nearly died. Too inflamed for surgery, the doctors had to solve the infection before surgery could be attempted. Over the 7 months of waiting, I used your diet and fitness program and lost near 70 pounds!

    The great part was after the surgery, generally there is a 8 week recovery time, I was back in action in just 2 weeks! In fact, I was up walking around at 4 am after the procedure. NO WAY I could have done this without implementing your program.

    Granted, after my recovery I did “celebrate” a bit and put 20 lbs back on, but I have gotten back on the program and lost that 20 plus 10 more. It’s amazing that you body just wants to heal itself and be fit..if you just get out of the way and let it!

    Thanks again!

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  8. Kaitlynn says:

    Hello! Im 20 years old and have stubbern fat all over my body. I am really wanting to try your program but am scared that it will be just another way of someone scaming money from me. I want to get the most out of my money and I don’t know what one of your programs would work best for me. I have a tight schedual but I want to get the most out of your system. Would your 31 day fatloss program what I should consider or the belly be gone section? Hope I hear from someone soon on this!

    Thanks,

    Kaitlynn

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  10. Mike Linares says:

    Awesome program soldier!!

    I have used your tecniques and tricks to burning belly fat in my fitness boot camp in Southern California!

    Its amazing to see the results in so little time, my clients love your progam.

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  11. Joshua Kerrigan says:

    This is a great post, I think you should turn it into a 2 or 3 part series.

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