Hard-Boiled Eggs: 5 Proven Diet Plans for Black Women Struggling with Belly FatMar 10, 2022 02:00PM ● By Jessica Uchechi Nwanguma
In a study, Pubmed discovered that Black women have more difficulty maintaining weight loss and losing weight, especially belly fat, than their white counterparts.
This could be due to adenosine receptors being more present in Black women.
Whether it is caused by hormonal imbalance, childbirth, overfeeding, or stress, belly fat has proven to be the most challenging type of fat to shed. As a result, adding the hard-boiled egg diet plan to your weight loss regimen can help you attain your goals more easily.
Hard-boiled eggs are an excellent source of lean protein. They'll fill you up without packing in too many calories, which is helpful if you want to lose weight.
Hard-boiled eggs are okay for most people, as the cholesterol in eggs increases high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, which is a suitable type of cholesterol.
However, if you already have high cholesterol or other risk factors for heart disease, it may be best to eat no more than 4–5 eggs per week.
Although exercise is not required as part of the plan, toe reaches, side planks, bicycle crunches, boat pose, oblique crunches, and burpees are encouraged to maximize results.
Here are the 5 most proven diet plans for Black women struggling with stubborn belly fat
Morning snack: 2 sticks of string cheese.
Lunch: 5 ounces of cooked chicken with salad.
Afternoon snack: 1 ounce of cheese.
Dinner: 2 or 3 deviled eggs.
Breakfast: Two boiled oranges and a cup of low-fat milk.
Lunch: A plate of grilled chicken and salad.
Dinner: Two apples and one hard-boiled egg.
Breakfast: Two boiled eggs, a slice of ham, and strawberries.
Lunch: 6 ounces of boiled skinless chicken,1cup of yogurt.
Dinner: A plate of grilled chicken skewers with bell peppers and onions.
Breakfast: 2 boiled eggs and one citrus fruit.
Lunch: A plate of green vegetable salad, tossed with chicken
Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, one orange, and a veggie salad.
Breakfast: One citrus fruit and two hard-boiled eggs.
Lunch: One grapefruit and roasted fish.
Dinner: A plate of vegetable salad, one orange, and one hard-boiled egg.
Here are some foods to avoid on the hard-boiled egg diet:
Starchy vegetables: potatoes, sweet potatoes, legumes, corn, and peas
High carb fruits: bananas, pineapples, mangos, and dried fruit
Grains: bread, pasta, quinoa, couscous, farro, buckwheat, and barley
Processed foods: bacon, convenience meals, fast food, chips, pretzels, cookies, and sweets
Sugar-sweetened beverages: soda, juice, sweet tea, and sports drinks.
You are expected to see results within 14 days. This dietary plan isn't for breastfeeding mothers or pregnant women.
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