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How To Get V Cut Abs Workouts and Diet

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                                                           (Photo Credit: Pakiholic) Many people find the transversus abdominis, or V cut shape at the obliques and hips very sexy. Workout enthusiasts strive for this coveted shape as it reflects dedication and hard work.  There are several factors to consider when trying to achieve the V cut shape. Genetics, diet, discipline, and training. You need to build a strong core with a lower ab and oblique focus. If you're serious about reaching the V cut shape goal, follow these tips and stay consistent. Exercises Body Up Start in a plank on your forearms shoulder-width apart and palms on the floor. Raise your body upwards and then lower and repeat.  Side Plank   Any variation of the plank is going to help tighten and strengthen your core. The side plank is an excellent exercise to help define your V cut abs.  Lie on your right side keeping your knees straight and propping your upper body with weight on your forearm.  Raise your hips and h

Diet To Treat Gastritis

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                                                           (Photo credit: Practo.com) Suffering from gastritis can be extremely uncomfortable. It feels like a dull or sharp pain in your abdomen area. Some people also show signs of nausea, bloating, indigestion, vomiting, and loss of appetite. There are several culprits that can heighten gastritis symptoms including; alcohol, smoking, soda, caffeinated drinks, foods high in fat, and acidic fruits like lemons, grapefruit, and oranges.  I was recently diagnosed with gastritis due to my excessive alcohol consumption. I would wake up with pain in my stomach and uncomfortable bloating that would last all day long. I hated the feeling as I felt like I had gained 15 pounds overnight. My doctor recommended certain foods to avoid and which ones to implement in my diet. After following these rules, I noticed a change and little to no pain in a matter of two days. It's important to note that the time it takes to heal depends on the severity of