How to get rid of Stubborn Fat - 9 Simple Tips
Did you know that more than one-third of American adults are obese? On top of that, another roughly one-third of adults in the U.S. are overweight.
Whether you’re overweight or you just have some stubborn body fat that won’t go away, not being at the weight we want to be at can be distressing, uncomfortable, and keep us from feeling our best.
Are you wondering how to get rid of stubborn fat?
Here are nine simple tips.
1. Get Some Exercise Everyday
Getting some exercise every day doesn’t mean that you need to be an Olympic athlete or have expensive equipment.
Walking is an excellent form of exercise and a great place to start if you aren’t used to exercising. In one particular study, it was found that a group of obese women that participated in a walking program three days a week for 50 to 70 minutes a session over a twelve-week period got rid of significantly more visceral fat than the control group that did no walking. Don’t have the time to spend that long walking, no problem! Even walking just 20 minutes will help get the changes you are looking for.
2. Start Doing Strength Training
When your goal is to lose stubborn belly fat, you’ll want to eventually work up to doing strength training. This is because it helps you to build muscle which will then replace your body fat. It will also reduce your overall body fat because muscles are metabolically active, meaning that your body continues to burn calories after you’re done working out.
3. Try the ChiroThin Weight Loss Program
The ChiroThin Weight Loss Program, developed by ChiroNutraceutical uses real food you buy at the store combined with a proprietary nutritional support formula. There are no gritty shakes, cardboard bars, or disgusting pre-packaged food. Dr. Ghessi is trained and authorized to run this program in his office, and can help you really get results when other diets don't work.
The nutritional ingredients in this formula are known to aid in fatty acid metabolism, blood sugar stabilization, and fatty acid transportation. On top of that, it also includes ingredients known to increase detoxification and metabolism. The foods you eat while on the program are low glycemic index and also anti-inflammatory. Through this combination, your body will become more capable of and efficient at converting the fat stored on your body into energy.
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4. Stay Away From Processed Foods
If you’re wondering how to lose stubborn fat, you might want to start reading the ingredients list in the foods you’ve been buying. So many foods you find in the grocery store these days are highly processed, high in sugar, and filled with artificial ingredients, trans fats, and refined carbohydrates.
Not only are processed foods bad for your waistline, but they’re also associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease, cardiovascular disease, and cerebrovascular disorders.
5. Eat More Fiber, Protein, and Healthy Fats
Eating high fiber foods can help you feel more full from eating as opposed to sugar and refined carbs. It’s also great for your digestion. You’ll also want to make sure you’re eating quite a bit of protein. Protein is responsible for healing the tears in your muscles that are caused by strength training. So once you start your exercise regimen, it’s essential you get enough protein in your diet.
Believe it or not, you’ll also want to incorporate more fat into your diet. Not just any fats though: healthy fats. This includes things like nuts, fatty fish, eggs, olive oil, and avocados.
6. Keep Your Stress Low
Stress isn’t just uncomfortable, it’s legitimately bad for you.
It can cause you to gain weight because it elevates your cortisol levels, which stimulates your appetite. Cortisol can both promote weight gain and have a say in where you gain those extra pounds. It can make you more susceptible to a long list of diseases, make it difficult to control your mood and emotions, ruin your teeth and gums, make you look older, weaken your immune system, and make you gain weight.
Keeping your stress levels low is crucial to your well-being and your weight. You can do this by getting enough sleep and incorporating relaxation techniques into your daily routine, among other things.
7. Make High-Quality Sleep a Priority
Sleep is an essential process for your body’s health. It’s not just about getting enough sleep, it’s about getting enough high-quality sleep.
There is a connection between not getting enough sleep and having negative changes in your metabolism. This means that not sleeping enough as well as getting poor quality sleep could be why you’re having a hard time getting rid of body fat.
Prioritize getting sleep as an essential part of your life. Keep your bedroom cool and dark, and stay away from screens and devices for a few hours before bed.
8. Cook Your Own Meals
When you cook your own meals, you always know what you’re eating. Eating out and buying processed foods can lead to weight gain because the quality of the ingredients can be much lower. When you cook for yourself, you can afford to buy higher quality, whole foods and this can have a big impact on that stubborn belly fat.
9. Cut Back on Alcoholic Beverages
Drinking alcohol is a deceptively easy way to intake more calories. It can also negatively impact your sleep, which is important for maintaining a healthy weight. When you consume alcohol, too, it can make it a lot easier to overeat.
Give these steps a try, and feel free to contact Dr. Ghessi for more ways to stay healthy.