6 Proven Ways To Lose Your Belly Fat Within 10 Days — How to Get a Flat Stomach Like Beyoncé!
3/23/2016, 11:53 a.m.
Nationwide — Everyone body wants to get rid of their belly fat, but usually, belly fat is subcutaneous fat, which is underneath the skin. People with problems with abdominal fat, may also have visceral fat. This is also known as organ fat that is packed between your internal organs. This is also known as the “pot belly” or the “beer belly.” It is associated with type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and colorectal cancer.
So how do you get rid of this unwanted fat, and what is the magic combination that says “poof” to that extra poundage? Here are 6 proven techniques:
1 – Avoid stress: Research has found that our bodies produce hormones in response to stress. One of these is cortisol. It will cause your body to look for high-calorie food because it thinks it used a lot of energy handling something that was stressful. You should also set aside some time to relax each day. By closing your eyes, breathing deeply, and forgetting your worries for a brief period, even if it’s only 15 minutes a day, you can help reduce stress.
2 – Eat: Yes, this may seem like a counterproductive measure, but it isn’t. Eating is important when you’re trying to reduce your weight, including trying to lose your stubborn belly fat. Breakfast is extremely important when you’re dieting. Many people will skip breakfast in an effort to lose weight, but that’s one of the worst things you can do. It has been proven that eating about an hour after you wake up can keep your insulin levels steadier and aid in keeping your weight steadier.
3 – Stir fry don’t deep fry: Often, people think they’re “stir frying,” but use so much oil that they might as well be deep frying their vegetables. Instead of using a lot of oil, just use a drop of oil to start. Then, gradually add water and let the vegetables stir-fry in their own moisture. This not only reduces your fat intake, it actually makes the vegetables taste better.
4 – Camouflage your portions: Sometimes, it isn’t how much you eat that makes you full, it’s how much you “think” you’ve eaten. When you have a flat small piece of meat on your plate it seems like you’ve been deprived. If you slice the meat thinly and stack it on your plate, it appears to be a bigger portion, so you think you’ve eaten more. This works for vegetables as well. A small potato sliced up will look larger. You’ll think you’re eating more than you really are.
5 – Don’t eat tuna salad with a lot of fattening mayonnaise: Instead, you can add hot sauce, lemon juice, and pepper to your tuna. It tastes great and adds no fat.
6 – Make your dips yourself: Store-bought dips can be very high in fat content and calories. If you prepare your dips yourself, however, you can greatly reduce the fat and calories. Just use fat- free sour