There are thousands of articles dedicated to the problem of fat collected on the belly and waist. Still, there is no magical pill that will help to burn all that fat at once and for good.
How to Exercise Properly
There are several steps that can be very effective for losing weight and making the entire body fit and slender. The first step is aerobics and cardio trainers. Aerobic exercises are very effective at burning fat. It is not possible to burn fat in only one place or one part of the body. Still, belly fat is usually the first to leave. Your key to success is aerobics because there is no sense training your belly muscles before they become visible under the layer of fat.
The second step that will help you to reduce belly fat is combining cardio exercises with muscle-strengthening ones. Cardio trainings are more effective if they are accompanied with weights and special trainers.
What to Eat and What to Avoid
The third step towards success is in limiting the amount of calories you eat. No matter how hard you try in a gym, your weight will be the same if you keep on eating as much as you are used to. Reduce your daily amount of calories by 300 points. Measure your waist at the beginning and then again in a month, after trainings and a diet. You will see how effective such self-discipline may be.
To complete the fourth step, replace bakery products made of fine flour with ones that contain whole crops. These crops reduce the level of sugar in blood and the insulin reaction. As a result, fats burn faster. It is especially important to burn the fat that wraps inner organs. This fat is very dangerous for health and can also cause widening of the waist.
The fifth step is in consuming more “useful” fats. Researchers have proved that saturated fats like butter, margarine, cookies, cakes, and other products that contain a lot of hydrogenated fats can cause obesity and concentration of fats on the belly.
The sixth step is in recommending that you adding more fibers to your daily menu. Add it slowly and gradually and let your digestive system adapt to the new conditions. Don’t be afraid if in the very beginning you will have a little bloating or frequent bowel movements. It is normal and good because your body is withdrawing toxins.