Reveals Dangers in Your Stomach Fat
STOMACH bloated and sagged certainly a fear for some people. Look so beautiful and there is less danger behind the buildup of fat in your stomach.
Belly fat be one of the most dangerous kind of fat for your health. Visceral fat, the fat on your stomach lining which is located directly above on your abdominal organs, is associated with increased development of some health conditions, such as heart disease and some cancers.
You can not target weight loss of any particular part of your body. However, abdominal fat does not respond well to changes in diet. You need to create a calorie deficit to lose weight. In fact, you need to cut approximately 3,500 calories from your diet and will lose 1 pound of fat. If you do not burn more calories than are taken, you will end up with maintaining your current weight or gain weight.
Replace processed foods with whole grains can help you feel fuller and can help reduce belly fat, according to a study in January 2008 by Penny Kris Etherton and colleagues at Pennsylvania State University, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Avoid foods such as pasta bread and other foods made from white flour and consume more foods rich in fiber, such as whole wheat, oatmeal bread, and whole grains in your diet.
Engage in regular cardiovascular exercise can help you reduce the calories you consume. In addition, according to the Harvard Health Watch Woman, engage in aerobic exercise and strength training can help you lose belly fat.
Increased levels of stress may be associated with increased abdominal fat. When you experience stress, your body increases the production of cortisol, a stress hormone. Cortisol can increase the amount of fat in your abdomen, according to researcher Christine A. Maglione-Garves, Len Kravitz, and Suzanne Schneider of the University of New Mexico.
To reduce stress, try applying a relaxation routine by learning to meditate, participate in yoga classes, or listen to guided visualization program.