You can't down 3,000 calories a day and expect to lose your belly, but calories aren't the entire story.
Certain foods seem to pack pounds on the midsection: Last fall, experts from the ongoing Framingham Nutrition Studies reported that women who ate almost 400 fewer daily calories but chose the least nutritious foods had a 2 ½ times higher risk of abdominal obesity than those who ate that much more but made better choices.
They also had dramatically higher risk of such serious health issues as type 2 diabetes and heart attacks, says Barbara Millen, DPH, the study's director of nutritional research. You don't have to "diet": Just fold these strategies into your life and watch ab flab pare down
1. Eat fruits and vegetables
Especially orange ones. Women trimmed their waists by.....
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