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How to reduce belly fat
Surprise: Everyone has some belly fat, even people who have flat abs.
That's normal. But too much belly fat can affect your health in a way that
other fat doesn't.
Some of your fat is right under your skin. Other fat is deeper inside, around
your heart, lungs, liver, and other organs.
There is no worse place to carry fat than in your tummy area. The more you
have in that specific region of your body, the higher your risk of diabetes,
heart disease, cholesterol issues and premature mortality. So, even if your
goal is to be happier with what you see in the mirror everyday, no doubt that
your health will truly benefit from dropping as much belly fat as possible.
If you’re looking to lose weight in a healthy, sustainable way, it is best
you avoid doing the following 5 things:
1. Have a cut off time for eating-Although there are many sound
reasons not to eat after 7:00 p.m., weight loss is not one of them.
According to the Weight Control Information Network, when you eat
doesn’t matter, and snacking in the evening hours does not “cause”
weight gain. It’s more important to regulate your total calorie intake
throughout the day, and eating nothing after a certain time of night can
help you do that.
2. Deprivation-The root of the problem is not willpower but
neuroscience. Metabolic suppression is one of several powerful tools
that the brain uses to keep the body within a certain weight range,
called the set point. The range, which varies from person to person, is
determined by genes and life experience. When dieters’ weight drops
below it, they not only burn fewer calories but also produce more
hunger-inducing hormones and find eating more rewarding.
3. Subscribing to a low fat diet-A low-fat diet does
stop obesity and can even damage health, experts have claimed. A
damning report insisted official advice to avoid fatty meat and dairy is
wrong and warned people just end up hungry and snack on more
dangerous sugary foods instead. For decades we’ve been told to cut
down on the fat to avoid becoming overweight and prevent heart
But a group of experts has sensationally now claimed that
government advice is useless in the war on obesity and could even
damage our health rather than help it. Scientists insist people are left
so hungry from low-fat diets they end up snacking on food high in
dangerous sugars that can spark diabetes and heart problems.
4.Skipping out on meals-skipping meals as part of a
controlled eating plan that results in lower calorie intake can result in
better health. However, skipping meals during the day and then
overeating at the evening meal results in harmful metabolic changes
in the body.
5. Only exercising-In an article for a leading health journal the
authors – who include British cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra, an
outspoken critic of the food industry – accuse food and drink firms such as
Coca-Cola of having wrongly emphasised how physical activity and sport
can help prevent people becoming very overweight. The truth, they say, is
that while physical activity is useful in reducing the risk of developing
heart disease, dementia and other conditions, it “does not promote weight
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