Lose Belly Fat

Do you want to lose belly fat? Well before we find out how to do that there are a few things you must consider. In fact first of all we need to find out how scary the situation currently is. Losing belly fat is not a difficult task but it requires you to be very disciplined in terms of the diet you take, amount of exercise you do and the kind of lifestyle you live.

If you have recently developed this belly fat then you will not be needing any rigorous treatment but if your paunch has been going around with you for a few years or months then you’ll have to try a bit harder.

The first thing that you’ll have to change is the food that you eat. No more burgers or fries or pizzas for you. Try and avoid eating out because the food prepared in most of the fast food joints is often not healthy for your body, how so very tasty it may be for your tongue. These foods contain saturated fats which are very harmful for your body and ultimately become stored in the body as fat deposits. Over a period of time these fat deposits become hard fats and start showing here and there like belly fat, double chin, thick hips etc. This is not a good sign because most of the people suffering from heart related ailments today have not been eating right. You should replace all these junk foods with fresh fruits and vegetables immediately if you wish to lose belly fat.

The next step in losing belly fat is by exercising for at least 1-1.5 hours every day. Most of us never manage to exercise even 15 minutes a day because of our really tight schedules. It is always like a race against time for us and we don’t even manage to walk for 10 minutes every day. In offices we have elevators and escalators which again take away that bare minimum chance of exercising our body.

And lastly you need to alter your lifestyle. You need to sleep at least 7-8 hours every day and sleep soundly. This is very important because after all day’s work your body needs some rest to synchronize all the processes inside the body. Also you need to seriously control your alcohol and tobacco intake because both of these are not only harmful for your health but also addictive. Alcohol drastically reduces the rate of metabolism which ultimately results in a fat belly.

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