Belly Fat- How Much is Too Much & How To Get Rid Of It

If you have a growing belly, it is partially due to a special type of fat called visceral fat that gets stored deep within the abdomen and pushes outward.

The abdomen is a common place for men to put on weight, but it also increases in women after they reach menopause.

In this post, I share why belly fat is a dangerous type of fat, a quick trick for knowing if you have too much, and the best strategies for getting rid of it.

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How to Burn Body Fat as Fuel & Lose Weight Faster

Sugar is one of the main sources of fuel for your body. For this reason, you may think this means you have to continually consume sugar to stay energized throughout the day.

However, if your goal is to lose weight, that is not a good idea.

You actually want your body to prefer burning body fat, not sugar.

In this post I explain how to make a simple shift in your food choices to help your body prefer to burn body fat rather than sugar.

The answer may surprise you!

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Belly Fat due to PCOS – How to Plan a Diet to Lose It All

Women, what do your ovaries have to do with belly fat?

A lot… if your ovaries have cysts.

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is a hormone disorder characterized by:

  1. Cysts on the ovaries
  2. Insulin resistance
  3. Elevated male hormones

As the most common hormonal problem for women of childbearing years, PCOS sets up a hormonal storm that encourages belly fat weight gain.

Fortunately, an improved diet along with a few lifestyle changes can improve hormonal imbalances associated with PCOS to stop and reverse your growing belly.

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