There is a lot of nasty stuff on how to get rid of belly fat. Although there is no “magic bullet” that will target abdominal fat in particular, this article will explain what causes waistline expansion and how you can make your buoy go away. .
Have a nice breakfast. It may seem counterproductive to eat if you are trying to lose weight, but studies show that eating a breakfast within an hour of waking up keeps your regular insulin level and your LDL cholesterol level (the bad one) at low levels.
Unzip. Research indicates that the secretion of cortisol (a hormone that your body produces during periods of stress) is correlated with an increase in belly fat. Here are some strategies for dealing with stress on a daily basis.
We usually need at least 7 hours of sleep each night.
Take the time to rest. It is important to give yourself at least 15 minutes during your lunch break during which you will close your eyes and forget your concerns by breathing deeply.
Keep all sources of concern away from where you sleep. Do not work in the room where you sleep. When you enter your bedroom, leave all your problems on the other side of the door.
Try to do 10,000 steps a day. In a study where a group of men was asked to reduce their daily walking time from approximately 10,000 steps to less than 1,500 (without altering their diet), visceral fat (belly) increased by 7% after only 2 weeks.
Get a pedometer (this can be an app on your smartphone) and try to increase the number of steps you take each day.
Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Walk instead of driving. Get up and do 30 steps every 30 minutes.
If you have a sedentary job, consider getting a treadmill.
Go from refined cereals to whole grains. In a scientific study, participants who ate whole grains (in addition to five servings of fruits and vegetables, three servings of low-fat dairy products and two servings of lean meat, fish or poultry) lost more fat at the belly level than the other group that ate the same food, but in combination with refined cereals.
Melt the fat with cereals. A diet rich in whole grains changes the glucose and insulin response in your body, which speeds up the melting of fat, including visceral fat, that deep layer of fat that is easier to burn for your body than subcutaneous fat (the fat you can see and grab).
Try to avoid “white” cereals. For example, buy whole wheat bread instead of refined white bread and prefer wild brown rice to white rice.