Are you trying to lose belly fat because it's tampering with your outfits? But no matter what you try - exercise, calorie counting, you name it - it just won't budge?
Don't worry, we've got you covered! We have some new tips on how to lose belly fat for good. Here are three of them.
Three effective, science-backed ways to lose belly fat
#1: Make protein a big part of your diet
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When you're trying to lose belly fat, one of the best moves you can make is to add foods to your diet that help you feel full for longer.
Foods that are filling help prevent overeating and snacking between meals, which can add up to lots of calories and contribute to fat around your midsection.
Another good move? Choose foods that power up your metabolism and help you better burn the calori... ››› more
When you're trying to lose belly fat, ab workouts and core exercises go a long way. However, what you put on your plate also plays a huge role when you're trying to slim down your stomach.
In addition to filling up on fresh produce and healthy fats, drinking enough water, and avoiding notorious belly-busters like sugar, soft drinks and alcohol, the following four foods are particularly good if ... ››› more
You'd think that the number-one question that everybody asks health and wellness coaches is, “How do I live longer?” or “What can I do for more energy?” Instead, it's, “How do I lose belly fat?” It makes sense when you consider that we live in a world where we're bombarded with ads promoting four-, six- and even eight-packs.
While having a tight and toned tummy is partly genetics, t... ››› more
Are you wanting to lose belly fat but unwilling to go on a restrictive diet paired with long, gruelling workouts? Well, then, we have good news for you: You can sip tea to fry the flab away instead of going on an eating and exercise plan that will drive you crazy.
While a steaming cup of tea is indeed soothing, it's also unassumingly strong. Some varieties can help you burn calories and curb yo... ››› more
You can't seem to lose belly fat - should you be concerned? Research suggests that a little of belly fat may be good for your health because it protects your stomach, intestines and other delicate organs. However, too much belly fat is anything but healthy...
Extra fat cells deep in your abdomen generate chemical troublemakers adipose and adipokines, which travel to your blood vessels and organ... ››› more
Belly fat is tied to a number of health problems. A waistline larger than 89 cm can raise your risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood sugar and metabolic syndrome that can boost your chances of stroke, heart disease and diabetes!
However, according to a recent study by the NHANES, eating an apple a day can help you lose belly fat and significantly reduce y... ››› more
Belly fat is more than just a wardrobe malfunction. In fact, nutritionists report that one of the most common problems they face is related to losing belly fat.
We get it - it's a big task to lose belly fat, but by introducing some key dietary habits, you can quickly lose weight on your midriff! Read on for simple dietary tips to lose belly fat and get a toned tummy...
Five dietary tips that... ››› more
For some people, no matter how clean they keep their diet or how often they exercise, they just can't seem to lose belly fat. If you're one of these people, we know you're familiar with how extremely irritating stubborn belly fat can be - and we're sure you'd like to know what you can do to get rid of it...
While yoga alone won't eliminate your belly fat, it sure can if you combine it with othe... ››› more
If you're set out to lose weight, you're probably focused on trying to lose belly fat first. Everyone wants a flat, toned stomach - after all, it's motivating when you're able to slip into jeans that haven't fit you in years and compliments keep coming your way.
What's more, losing belly fat can reduce your risk of diabetes, heart disease and even some cancers!
On that note, we're sharing so... ››› more
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