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You can only blame the dryer for shrinking your clothes so many times, before even you stop believing it. If the size of your waist is making you a little self conscious, and generally unhappy, there’s some stuff you can do that doesn’t involve a treadmill, salads, or an obnoxious personal trainer named Chad.
Here’s how to lose belly fat as quickly and painlessly as possible.
When most people start a diet, the simple solution is to reduce total daily calories. While this is a fundamental concept to weight loss, it’s not always the most efficient change you can make.
There’s more to weight loss than just calories. And some of the food you may be eating right now has a negative influence on body fat because of how it effects certain hormones.
Food that has a direct, or indirect, influence on insulin will make losing body fat more challenging than it needs to be.
Eliminating as much sugar as possible should be your number one goal, followed closely by limiting the amount of refined grains in your diet.
Intermittent fasting is an easy concept to implement, and one of the more effective ways to help manage your blood sugar levels and increase your insulin sensitivity.
When you become insulin resistant, your body will need to produce more and more of the hormone to accomplish its task.. This can lead to numerous health complications, with weight gain being one of the consequences.
Unfortunately there aren’t any miracle drugs, or supplements, that will allow you to eat whatever you want and still lose belly fat. But there are a few supplements, with enough clinical studies, to prove its value to weight loss.
Grapefruit, and grapefruit extract, can help with your metabolism and fat mobilization. Studies have also shown specific benefits to the size of your waist. People that increased their consumption of grapefruit reduced the size of their waist by the end of the study, without having to increase daily exercise.
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Glutamine is an amino acid that influences your metabolism, blood sugar, insulin, and muscle mass. It can also increase your energy levels, improve your immune system, reduce sugar cravings, and boost your production of natural growth hormone.
Supplementing with 5-10 grams of glutamine everyday is usually all that’s needed to see results.
Increase Daily Activity
Increasing your trips to the gym is usually a pretty obvious change most people make, but there are some minor behavior changes that add up to a large calorie burn.
Your goal may be to specifically reduce the size of your waist, but that doesn’t mean you have to limit your activity to sit-ups.
Here’s some stuff that can burn 100-200 calories, that isn’t exercise (or at least doesn’t feel like it):
Hand wash your car
Singing (yeah, singing burns calories)
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