How do I get rid of stubborn belly fat?

Asked 4 years ago

Clayton Shannon

Sunday, August 23, 2020

I would recommend that you start by slowly cutting certain foods out of your diet. I would not recommend that you completely remove all unhealthy foods and go straight into a crazy diet. I have noticed that when people make very drastic changes, it becomes much harder for them to stick to their weight loss plan and make lifelong habits.

Jaxon Schaefer

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

I went from 187lbs to 143lbs in 3 months by following an intermittent fasting diet and doing strength training 4 days per week.

Fernando Contreras

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

I followed the Whole30 plan and started off with a brisk walk every day. When I started getting fitter, I would alternate between walking and jogging, until I could eventually run the full distance. I have now lost just over 50 pounds!

Payton Montoya

Friday, August 28, 2020

If you are pretty lean already but struggling to lose the last few inches around your belly area, it may be due to inflammation.

There are plenty of inflammatory foods, such as gluten, dairy and caffeine. These foods may cause you to bloat, making it look as though you have some stubborn belly fat.

My suggestion would be to cut out inflammatory foods for a few weeks and see if you notice any difference.

Carsen Whitney

Saturday, August 29, 2020

It is impossible to spot reduce fat. You cannot choose which area of your body you would like to lose fat. You will lose fat from all over your body, but your genetics may mean that you lose fat much quicker in certain areas than in others.

In order to lose fat, you need to be in a calorie deficit, meaning that you need to consume fewer calories than you expend. You can achieve this by eating fewer calories, or by increasing the number of calories you burn through exercise and other physical activity.

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