This is How to get rid of Lower Belly Fat.
Now, I am going to be trying to get readers to at least look at my 3 E Books: How Women Can Be Sexier: 1, 2, and 3. And some Readers have been confused; there are three of them: 1, 2, and 3. I am not going to just try to sell my E Books; I will be giving out an Excerpt of my E Books here; this is going to be from: “How Women Can Be Sexier: 1.”
I am going to say here too; this is just a Tiny, TINY part of all the Information in my E Books. This Information is mostly for Women; although men can use it too. But, these E Books are Geared mostly for Women. I will leave Links near this; and at the end. To make it easier; if Readers want to order my E Books.
I want to say here too; before the Links; my E Books are on Amazon; that is where I am getting the Links from; and there is free portions of my E Books available. So, before buying; if you want to take a look at the free parts; be my guest.
And as I said; I am putting a Free Excerpt of my E Book: How Women Can Be Sexier: 1. Just after this.
“LOAD UP ON PROTEIN
You know that protein’s essential for a slimmer you. But here’s why protein really needs to play a prime roll on your plate: “Your body starts to produce more insulin as you age, since your muscle and fat cells aren’t responding to it properly,” explains Louis Aronne, M.D., director of the obesity clinic at Cornell University. Insulin promotes fat storage—especially around your belly—and a diet high in protein may protect you against insulin resistance, says Aronne. In one study, obese women who followed a diet for eight weeks that was roughly 30 perecent protein, 40 percent carbs, and 30 percent fat lost significantly more fat—including visceral pudge—than women who stuck to a plan that was 16 percent protein, 55 percent carbs, and 26 percent fat.
MORE: 10 Powder-Free Ways to Add Protein to Your Smoothie
PILE ON POLYUNSATURATES
This just in: Saturated fat packs on more visceral fat than polyunsaturated ones, according to a recent Swedish study. When subjects ate 750 more calories daily for seven weeks—either in the form of palm oil (saturated) or sunflower oil (polyunsaturated)—the former gained more visceral fat while the latter gained more muscle mass and less body fat. Polyunsaturated fats can be found in nuts, seeds, and fish.
Head spinning? Check out this handy chart on good fats vs bad fats.
STOCK UP ON VINEGAR
Obese people who consumed a tablespoon or two of vinegar daily for eight weeks showed significant decreases in body fat—particularly visceral fat—according to a 2009 Japanese study. “One theory is that the acetic acid in the vinegar produces proteins that burn up fat,” explains Pamela Peeke, M.D., professor of medicine at the University of Maryland, author of Fight Fat After 40.
MORE: 7 Weird Reasons You’re Gaining Weight
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Postmenopausal women who tried yoga for 16 weeks reported significant reductions in visceral fat in one 2012 study. If you’re just not that into downward dog, any sort of relaxation exercise (even simple deep breathing) can help. The key is to lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which is linked to belly fat. (Try these two-minute stress solutions to calm down fast.)
Try these yoga moves for instant energy:
Yoga Moves for Instant Energy
Women’s Health yoga expert Kathryn Budig demonstrates three poses that will leave you feeling refreshed.
Routinely squeaking by on five hours or less per night increases visceral fat levels, according to a 2010 Wake Forest University study. As you likely already know, eight hours is ideal. These 20 ways to sleep better every night can help.
DON’T OVERSLEEP ON THE WEEKENDS
Women who wake up and go to bed at the same time each evening have lower levels of body fat, according to a recent Brigham Young University study. Chaotic sleep habits cause your internal clock to go haywire, which in turn causes your body to secrete fat-storing hormones like cortisol. (Avoid these 10 more unhealthy weekend habits that set you up for a less-than-stellar week.)
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Moderate exercisers who stocked up on the antioxidants found in green tea—called catechins—were more likely to lose abdominal fat while exercising than those who didn’t take them. One study put the daily dose at 625 mg—the equivalent of two or three eight-ounce cups of green tea. (Follow these steps to make the perfect cup of tea.)”
That was an Excerpt from my E Book. And it is only; a Tiny, TINY part of my E Books. And as said; there is more parts of my E Books that are free on Amazon; feel free to check them out; if you want to?
Oh, and I just want to say; feel free to click on the link above for more Information. By putting that Link I am acknowledging the People and Site where I obtained the information. I am giving them due credit; so I should have no Legal Problem by giving them Credit.
I want to say here; I am not a Doctor; before starting any kind of Medical Treatment; or new diet and or exercise; you may want to see some kind of medical specialist first; or at least consult with a G.P/Doctor. Before you start some kind of new routine in your life; you might want to get a checkup and see if your health is alright to start a new diet and or exercise routine.
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