7 Simple Changes to Reduce Belly Fat

Belly fat is one of the most dangerous types of fat on the body. Individuals holding a large waist line circumference can be seen as a walking indicator of “disease!” Those with larger waists will have higher levels of cortisol in their bodies which in turn breaks down lean muscle. Lean muscle is needed to burn fat efficiently! Additionally, these individuals will more than likely carry increased amounts of stress within the body!

8 Simple Changes to Destroy Belly Fat

So, how does one fight the battle of belly fat bulge and win?

There are a number of useful routines which will help in this fight against fat! Get ready to fight to win the battle!

Seven to Eight Hours Sleeping Time

Every night, it is important to get at least seven to eight hours of sleeping time. This allows the body to relax and rejuvenate. Getting plenty of sleep each night also helps the body to stay in healthy biorhythms. Not getting enough sleep can be detrimental to the body which will create: hormone insufficiencies, increased cortisol levels, as well as affect insulin sensitivities.

Consume Good Fats

Everyone says “you are what you eat.” This is not true as sugar is what makes you fat, not eating fats. Everyone needs to add fat to the diet to be able to burn fat properly. One great way to add good fats to your diet are to include healthy fish with omega 3, walnuts, and avocados. Adding these selections will also help one to feel full through the day.

Eating Foods Rich in Vitamin C

Stress is not good for the body and neither is a hefty mid-section. Eating foods which are rich in vitamin C is helpful in balancing cortisol hormone levels. The body will also create carnitine when vitamin c rich foods are eaten. This substance is needed by the physical body to burn more fat for fuel.

Sugar Reduction

Sugar reduction is needed to “fight the fight” against fat around the mid-section. Too much sugar is consumed in our country and oftentimes replaces healthy food selections. Eating plenty of proteins, fruits, veggies, and whole grains is a must to win the fight. Adding a touch of cinnamon to drinks in the morning can help one to feel full for longer periods of time, while providing a kick in flavor.

Add Short Bursting Sessions of Exercise

Adding short bursting sessions of exercise to your daily routine will help fight the mid-section of fat. Choose exercises which use multiple muscle groups for the most optimal effect. Get up and move during several short sessions each day. This can include in the morning, lunch time, and in the evening. Even ten to fifteen minutes of bursting exercise throughout the day can have a huge impact on the body.

Stress Free Breathing

Individuals who find themselves stressed at different times of the day may not realize their breathing is affected. It is important to do a breathing check when the body is tense. Slow the breathing down, especially on the exhale. This will allow breathing to be more uniform and useful for the body.

Using Combined Routines

Adding a number of these routines to your day will help to fight the fat around the mid-drift more effectively! Over time, a difference will be detected in the overall feeling of well-being, lowered stress levels, increased energy, and better sleeping patterns. Small steps can be taken which will make a huge difference over time. Now, you can win the fight against the battle of the bulge!



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