Don’t Stress Out
Stress can trigger the adrenal glands to produce cortisol which increase appetite and drive abdominal fat storage. Especially women who are curvy, tend to produce more cortisol in response to stress which make them gain belly fat even faster.
The solution for that is simple enough, try to reduce your level of stress through engaging in pleasurable or physical activities such as yoga or meditation.
Quit eating Sugary Foods
Sugar contains fructose,excess consumption of sugar even healthier sugar like real honey can directly linked to chronic diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and fatty liver disease. Thus, keep yourself away from those sur
Do Cardio Exercise
Cardio exercise is one of many effective ways to improve your health and burn those extra calories. The amount of calories burnt is depend on the type of exercise mix, moderate-intensity or high-intensity; the duration of exercise as well as the frequency. A women postmenopausal can lose whole body fat when they practice for 300 minutes per week.
Cut Back on Carbs, Especially Refined Carbs
Reducing your carb intake to under 50g of carbs per day can be very beneficial for losing abdominal fat in overweight people, those at risk of type 2 diabetes and women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
If you can’t follow a strict low-carb diet, you can simply replace refined carbs with unprocessed starchy carbs such as whole grains to improve metabolic health and reduce belly fat.
Replace Cooking Fats With Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is one of the healthiest fats as its medium-chain fats may boost metabolism and decrease the amount of fat storage in response to high calorie intake. People consume coconut oil daily for 12 weeks instead of regular fats can lost an average of 1.1 inches (2.86 cm) from their waists without changing diets or exercise routines.
Despite the fact that coconut oil is healthier, it is still high in calories, thus for the best result, take 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of coconut oil per day to boost the burning process.
Perform Resistance Training
Resistance training, also known as weight lifting is important for preserving and gaining muscle mass as well as losing belly fat.
In fact, a combination of strength training and aerobic exercise can led to the greatest effect. But, be sure to practice under a personal trainer’s guidance so that you don’t damage your spiral and other body parts.