We know it’s frustrating! That belly fat just won’t leave. Most of us have been there, but luckily there are tips and secrets that will help you get rid of stubborn fat.
If you’re looking to lose some decent pounds and end your belly fat woes, all you have to do is make the following small adjustments to your body.
These small, long-term changes to your lifestyle demand only just a little from your body each day—with these simple (or close to zero) effort, you’ll end up losing some decent weight within the first month.
In any case, you’ll feel lighter and more energized in the first 7 day – you may even notice your pants fitting looser.
Keep them up and you’ll see huge improvements in 3 months. Good luck.
1. Stop eating any and ALL processed foods.
Processed foods often contain all sorts of artificial ingredients that don’t help the body shed fat. For example, research suggests that artificial sweeteners can actually make it harder to lose weight!
One reason for this might be that these artificial chemicals confuse the metabolism. Other researchers have suggested that our taste buds become accustomed to the too-sweet taste of these diet foods and we then start reaching for even sweeter foods. Whatever the reason, most nutritionists seem to agree that artificial ingredients are not the most effective weight loss tool.
Swap out diet frozen meals and artificially sweetened drinks for whole, natural foods. Think fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and low-fat dairy. These whole foods are often found around the grocery store’s perimeter. Spend as little time down the aisles as possible!
2. Drink green tea.
There are many benefits to drinking green tea. Green tea is rich in EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate), a substance that might have great health benefits for us. Plus, green tea contains caffeine, which provides a temporary metabolism boost!
If all else fails, green tea can help you lose weight simply by replacing other sugary drinking in your life. Swap out one serving of soda or fruit juice per day for a serving of green tea and you’ll see the pounds start to come off.
3. Eat more protein.
Protein is essential for building lean muscle, and muscle burns more calories than fat tissue. The result? Your metabolism increases! This means you’ll be more efficient at burning calories. Eat lean protein with every meal to make sure those muscles and cells are properly fuelled.
4. Step up your fiber intake.
Fiber, particularly soluble fiber, is a key component in weight loss. So making sure you’re eating plenty of this nutrient can actually help you break out of your weight loss plateau.
Fiber is necessary for proper digestion, which means that eating enough of it can help you readily eliminate excess waste. Fiber is also good for lowering cholesterol, reducing bloating, and avoiding constipation.
As a bonus, fiber acts as a natural appetite suppressant! Fiber is slow to digest, which means you’ll feel fuller for longer. Eating plenty of fiber with every meal helps you stop reaching for that post-meal chocolate.
5. Add weights to your workout.
t’s a myth that weight lifting will make you bulky. Rather, regular weight lifting builds lean muscle tissue, which helps boost that metabolism for better fat burn.
When you’re focused on eliminating stubborn fat, lift weights two to three times each week. What’s more, larger muscles torch more calories than smaller ones, so you can boost fat burn by focusing on larger muscles, like those in the legs or buttocks.
6. Get more sleep.
Sleep plays a surprisingly important role in eliminating stubborn fat because the process regulates critical hunger hormones. One study suggest that sleeping five or fewer hours each night can boost visceral fat, which is the type that accumulates around the organs.
7. Don’t obsess over weight loss.
People over think and over-complicate weight loss way too much. Part of that stems from worrying about way too many things that make little to no actual difference towards weight loss. Don’t fall into that trap! If it’s not on the list, then you probably don’t have to worry about it.
If you are determined to lose weight this year—for good—and you need a non-restrictive and effective plan, check out the 1-Week Diet.
The 1-Week Diet is a weight loss program created by Brian Flatt, fitness trainer to the celebrities.
At the onset, you may think because of the name, the 1-Week Diet is a quick fix and a fad diet. But that is where everyone gets it wrong.
With the 1-Week Diet, there are no “gimmicks” or “tricks”. You lose weight by learning to use your body’s own natural bio-chemistry. Your body will be conditioned to naturally jumpstart your metabolism and you’ll burn more fat at rest.
The 1-Week diet does not add more stress to your life with grueling cardio sessions and endless gym time. It does not force you to cut out carbs, cut out fat, starve yourself or make you feel miserable.
With the 1-Week Diet, you follow a specific meal plan for 7 days with a list of foods that you should eat more of and foods that you should avoid. You can even continue to eat the foods you love (think ice-cream and chocolate cake), although it is not recommended that you binge on them.
Women who have been on the 1-Week Diet have reportedly lost up to 10 pounds in the first 7 days, and have continued to lose up to 29 pounds in a month.
If you’re ready to start transforming your body, life, and future in the next 7 days, click here to watch the presentation on the 1-Week Diet now.