Reasons You’re Not Losing Belly Fat (Part 2)

Reasons You’re Not Losing Belly Fat (Part 2)

Unhealthy food is the biggest driver of big bellies. They are too rich of starchy carbohydrates and bad fats that increase midsection. Instead, have more veggies, eat lean proteins, and get rid of fats from red meats by having healthier fats in seafood, nuts, and avocados.

Eating the Wrong Foods

Even a minor cut back on carbs (grains, pasta, rice, sugars) can help.

Too Into Food

The under-skin belly fat (known as subcutaneous) and the fat under abdominal muscles and around vital organs (known as visceral) create cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and more. Eating too much is contributed for that flab. Reducing the portions can reduce visceral fat.

Smoking

Smoking is dangerous and studies showed that it increases abdominal and visceral fat. You have one more big reason to help you quit.

Stressed

When the stress hormone cortisol increase in your body, fat increase in your belly. Talk to your therapist about how to handle your stress or choosing some easing methods such as exercise, Meditate, Yoga or some other good support system. 

Not Exercising Enough

Reducing belly fat is not easy. If your belly is stretching the tape measure too much — for men, size of 40 inches around the waist, and women, size of 35 inches then they are in need of moderate physical activity (like running, walking) for at least 150 minutes a week, or intensive (weighted gym) for 75, and other physical training at least twice a week. Consult with your doctor before beginning any intense training program.

Doing the Wrong Exercises

Those sit-ups aren’t hard enough. Add weight training to build muscle which help burn more calorie.

Choose aerobic exercise (like walking or running) which works best for reducing fat. Establish a habit, and gradually grow them into intensity to get the highest results.

HIIT Workout for weightloss

HIIT Workout for weightloss

Just about every fitness trainer, from famous ones to amateur one, they all share a clear tip for losing belly fat which include of two main things. First, take care of your diet, eating whole foods and give up sugar and processed food. Second, make use of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts as it targets belly fat greatly.
Although you can’t spot reduce belly fat by your own eyes, research shows that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts may be the closest thing we have to a “belly fat workout” due to the fact that those push-and-recover sessions are more effective than traditional cardio at getting rid of stubborn abdominal body fat.
Furthermore, strengthening core muscles can help flatten stomach and drawn-in abs while improve posture and contribute to a more sculpted core. Only 15-minute HIIT workout circuit can blast off belly fat as it combines fat-scorching cardio intervals with standing core exercises that do double duty as your active recovery.

A belly fat workout is only half the battle; HIIT workout also kill the carving feeling of yours wiki TH a strictly diet.
So how to practice HIIT, it’s actually very simple. You should do as many reps as possible of belly fat workout in order with no rest and repeat the circuit 3 times total to complete the 15-minute HIIT workout.
Another option of basic 20-minute HIIT workout to lose belly fat and reveal a slimmer, leaner tummyis alternating between jumping rope and bodyweight excercises.
Here are some of our recommendations
Jump rope
Plank with bunny hops
Jump rope
Air squats
Jump rope
Burpees
Jump rope
Plank jacks
Jump rope
V-ups
You can practice each exercise for 40 seconds at your best effort then take a 20-second rest. A total of two circuit would make up a 20 minute workout, the remember to cool down with three to five minutes of stretching.

20 Effective Tips to Lose Belly Fat ( part 1)

20 Effective Tips to Lose Belly Fat ( part 1)

Belly fat is not only make you uncomfortable, look unplesant, but it is also seriously harmful. Belly fat can lead to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other conditions.

If you are already aware of the risks and want to start losing those belly fat, these are several tips backed by scientific studies to help you.

Eat Plenty of Soluble Fiber

Soluble fiber absorbs water and forms a gel that helps slow down food digestion and promotes weight loss by helping you feel full. It also decrease the number of calories that the body absorbs.

Research also found that every 10-gram increase in soluble fiber intake help decrease 3.7% of belly fat gain. So remember to consume foods rich in fibers every day such as flaxseed, Brussels sprouts, avocados, green leaves vegetable and blackberries.

Avoid Foods That Contain Trans Fats

Trans fatsare found in some margarines, spreads and packaged foods which linked to inflammation, heart disease, insulin resistance and a possibility of 33% abdominal fat gain.

Stay away from products that contain trans fats by reading carefully the ingredients labels to help reduce belly fat and protect your health.

Quit drinking Alcohol

Alcoholcan seriously harmful to your health and significantly increased risk of central obesity — especially, excess fat storage around the waist.

Cutting back on alcohol may help reduce your waist size, even those who drank daily but averaged less than those who drank less frequently but more in totally would have less belly fat.

Plan a High-Protein Diet

If you haven’t already known, protein is an extremely important nutrient for weight control which raise metabolism, build muscle mass and increases the release of the hormone PYY that help in decreasing appetite and promoting fullness. Research showed that people follow diet with high protein intake tend to have less belly fat than those who follow low-protein intake. Food that rich in protein are meat, fish, eggs, dairy, whey protein or beans, etc.