This is about How To Lose Belly Weight. I am going to give an Example on how People can Lose Belly Weight. But, this is also about my E Books; How Women Can Be Sexier: 1, 2 and 3. There are 3 E Books.
How Women Can Be Sexier: 1, 2, and 3; containing Advice on Diet, Exercise and Nutrition.
How Women Can Be Sexier: 1, 2, and 3 contain a Ton of Articles on how to lose weight. Now we come to the Example.
“If you’re looking to shrink and tone your belly, there’s a better way to do it than trying to do crunches. In fact, research has indicated that doing abdominal exercises alone — even when performed five days a week for six weeks — has no effect at all on subcutaneous fat stores and abdominal circumference.
In an op-ed piece for Forbes Magazine, Jennifer Cohen suggests using strategies that burn up cortisol instead. Cortisol is a hormone in your body that depletes lean muscle and holds onto fat in the abdominal region.
One of the most important ways to help this process is to reduce stress in your life, because stress causes cortisol levels to spike. Cohen also delves into a number of other strategies that help reduce your cortisol levels, such as the following. To learn more, please see the featured Forbes article:
• Getting enough sleep
• Reducing or eliminating refined sugars from your diet
• Slowing down your breathing
• Doing short bursts of exercise (high-intensity interval training)
• Supplementing with vitamin C
• Eating fats — the good kinds, such as the omega 3s found in salmon, avocados and walnuts
The Key Strategy for Reducing Belly Fat
Cohen certainly brings up some good points. Getting sufficient amounts of sleep, for example, not only helps normalize cortisol levels, it’s also important in order to optimize your circadian clock, which can have a profound impact on your metabolism and weight. As an example, a couple of years ago researchers at the University of Chicago found that dieters who slept for 8.5 hours lost 55 percent more body fat over the course of two weeks than dieters who only got 5.5 hours of sleep a night.
But the master key really lies with your diet, followed closely by the type of exercise you engage in.
About 80 percent of your ability to reduce excess body fat is determined by what you eat, with the other 20 percent related to exercise and other healthy lifestyle habits such as sleep and stress reduction. What this means is that if your diet is based on sugar/fructose and processed junk food, your chances of getting flat, ripped abs, even if you work out religiously, are quite slim…
You simply will not see defined abs unless you reduce your overall body fat, and a poor diet cause your body to hold on to excess fat, despite all your exercise efforts. Cohen mentions two of the most important dietary factors in her article, namely:
• Reducing or eliminating sugar from your diet. This includes all forms of sugar and fructose, whether refined or “all-natural” such as agave or honey, as well as all grains (including organic ones), as they quickly break down to sugar in your body.
• Increasing healthful fats in your diet, such as healthy saturated fats and animal-based omega-3s
One of the most pernicious dietary influences on your weight-loss goals is fructose, which hides in so many processed foods and beverages, it can be near impossible to avoid unless you alter your shopping and cooking habits. By avoiding processed foods in general, and focusing instead on whole, preferably locally-grown organic foods, cooked at home, you can circumvent one of the greatest dietary obstacles there is today.
For more details, I suggest you review my Optimized Nutrition Plan, which is a comprehensive and step-by-step guide to help you make health-promoting food and lifestyle choices. This includes:
• Limit your fructose to less than 25 grams per day, and ideally to less than 15 grams per day, as you’re likely consuming “hidden” fructose if you eat processed foods or sweetened beverages
• Limit or eliminate all processed foods
• Eliminate all gluten and highly-allergenic foods from your diet
• Increase the amount of fresh vegetables in your diet, and consider juicing
• Eat at least one-third of your food uncooked (raw), or as much as you can manage
• Avoid artificial sweeteners of all kinds
The Primary, and the Most Surprising, Dietary Offenders
Fructose, primarily in the form of high-fructose corn syrup hidden in processed foods and beverages, is the primary contributing factor to widespread and seemingly out-of-control obesity. The top offenders in this category include:
• Grain-based desserts (cakes, cookies, donuts, pies, crisps, cobblers, and granola bars)
• Soda, energy drinks, and sports drinks
• Juice drinks and fruit punches
• Breakfast cereals
• Fast food and pre-packaged dinners
• Prepackaged, processed lunches
• Coffee drinks”
The Above was an Excerpt from my E Book; How Women Can Be Sexier: 1. But that is just a Tiny, TINY portion of my E Book and E Books. There is TONS more Information in my E Books.
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