Belly Fat: Lose Your Belly & Save Your Health

Belly Fat: Lose Your Belly & Save Your Health

There are many advantages to banishing belly fat, including lowering the risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, and dementia. These new, incredibly effective ways make it easy, and it’s possible to get rid of it for good.

Eat more beef.

Eating a little bit of beef every day could help your belly fat loss in the first month and help you shed unwanted pounds. Protein-rich beef revs metabolism inside abdominal cells, allowing them to burn extra calories each day. It also cuts cravings and nighttime snacking in half.

Get a pedometer.

Staying active helps you slim down, but it can be tough to fit exercise into a busy schedule. The fun fix is a pedometer! Counting your steps daily helps you shed belly fat faster by giving you an incentive-and a reminder-to add motion to your daily life. 

Or sip green tea.

If you feel lightheaded or grumpy if you wait too long to eat or get tired after you eat, it may mean your blood sugar fluctuates a lot when you eat, which can increase ab flab. When your bloodstream has more glucose than you need, your liver converts the excess into belly fat. Drinking green tea daily could shrink your belly fat. The tea blocks sugar absorption plus stops liver enzymes from converting sugar into belly fat.

Take magnesium.

Taking 400 mg. of magnesium daily could trim your waist and triple your odds of keeping the weight off permanently. Magnesium helps release fatty acids in your stomach, so your muscles can burn them for energy. It also calms your brain and nervous system, cutting your risk of stress-eating.

Drink bilberry tea.

One problem with stubborn belly fat is that it releases hormones that make you feel hungry, even when you’re full—sipping 6 oz. of bilberry tea before each meal can help you avoid that effect. Compounds in the tea block the release of hunger hormones, reducing cravings.

Use coconut oil. 

Changing out 2 Tbs. of coconut oil for other fats you usually use can help you shed abdominal fat. Coconut oil has medium-chain fatty acids, which stimulate your liver to burn stored abdominal fat for energy.

Eat more whole grains.

There is no need to give up carbs for a slim waistline. Daily eating 1/2 cup of whole grains (like brown rice, barley, or popcorn) could trim inches off your tummy. The grains’ fiber cuts insulin production that triggers belly fat.

Up your spice intake.

Try adding 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon and 1/4 tsp. Cayenne to your daily diet. It can cut your belly fat buildup. Cinnamon stimulates fat cells in your abdomen to use blood sugar for fuel before it can be converted into fat. Cayenne also increases your metabolic rate, so you burn more body fat for energy.

Eat barley.

A little-known perk of the hormone estrogen is that it pushes your pancreas to make lipase, an enzyme that burns belly fat. When estrogen output drops during menopause, your lipase production gets cut in half. Try eating three cups of barley weekly. Barley is rich in manganese, molybdenum, and selenium, nutrients that reinvigorate your production of fat-burning lipase even if your estrogen level is low.

Add berries to your meals.

It’s perfectly normal to produce small bursts of the stress hormone cortisol every day. But if constant stress keeps your cortisol high from morning until night, your risk of belly fat formation doubles. A lot of stress tells your body that danger is near, which triggers it to keep fat around your stomach to protect your liver and other organs. Try eating a cup of fresh or frozen berries each day, which can reduce your stress hormone production. The pigments that create berries’ vibrant color calm your cortisol-producing adrenal glands and switch on genes that help burn more belly fat for fuel.

Cook chickpeas.

Your stomach creates a hormone called ghrelin when it’s time to eat. It’s supposed to stop making once you are full. But if this system isn’t working correctly, your stomach releases ghrelin even after meals. This doubles your risk of belly fat formation by making it challenging to keep calories under control. try adding 1/2 cup of chickpeas to your daily diet, which can rein in your appetite.

Source: Woman’s World Specials: Reverse Aging

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