Getting rid of extra weight isn’t easy. And since you didn’t gain it overnight, it’s not going to disappear overnight either. To lose fat around your middle, you need to increase your physical activity and follow a low-sugar, low-carb diet. The link below provides you with an idea of what foods to avoid when trying to eat healthily.
The foods highlighted in the newsletter, can do more than just weight gain. Excessive amounts of sugar cause tooth decay whereas foods high in saturated fats can clog your arteries, leading to heart disease. In addition, consuming these types of foods can make you feel sluggish and fatigued, and that’s after sleeping eight hours a night. Unfortunately, these offenders don’t give your body what it needs to feel energized, or more importantly, staying healthy.
To reduce belly fat, you need to eliminate those top offenders from your diet. For example, if you love sweets, you need to substitute packaged cakes and cookies with desserts that are fruit-based and low in sugar. You can even find low-sugar variations of whip topping you can dollop on. You should also be eating increased quantities of leafy greens and whole grains. Fried food should be avoided and only eaten occasionally. Fresh fish and low-fat cuts of meat are acceptable, if you aren’t vegan.
If you’re not sure of what qualifies as good foods to help you reduce that unwanted belly fat, click on the link below to help you incorporate these foods into your meals. If you do struggle to incorporate these foods into your meal plans, please feel free to contact me and I can advise you how to incorporate these good foods into your daily meals.