Saturday, April 21, 2012

Not to Be Doomed Single Anymore!

Where is My Waist? It Boils Down to Excessive Fat Accumulation

When we take too much food at one time, in order to pay attention on the storage efficiency in our body, the liver will convert the food into glycogen, while the excessive parts to visceral fat.

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For Men

When the number of fat cells grow, the stomach get bigger, and the waist will grow horizontal rapidly, forming "apple-shaped obesity", the belly of most middle-aged men are caused in this manner. The energy stored in visceral fat will be able to supply for the internal organs to function; which implies, when the apple-type obesity people reduces the calorie intake, or when the calorie intake is insufficient to supply the required for basal metabolism,visceral fat which was stored earlier will be burn to supply energy for the operation of the organs. So, in short, a good control of total calories intake can easily helps to reduce visceral fat.

For Women

Women mostly "pears type obesity", this range of people have butterfly sleeves, inner thighs, waist, and hip fat is called subcutaneous fat, which makes ladies more difficult to achieve weight-loss goal.

Do A Self Check Here

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There is a term "Leftover Women, Leftover men" which i usually refers to people who accumulated exessive amount of "leftovers" wastes and calorie in their body. They used to practice poor habits and lead a poor lifestyle, which also makes them to be the high risk community of poor metabolism, not only affecting their health status but also leading them towards FATNESS!

Let's do a simple test, we have a checklist here, and let's see how many items you have checked. If you check more than 3 items, oops! You might have become "Leftover Men, Leftover Women" without you noticing it!

  • Frequent outside food with irregular meals
  • Dislike Beans, Fruits, Vegetables, Algae (Seaweeds) type of food
  • Enjoyed having meat, high-fat food (deep-fried, junk food)
  • The speed of eating is far more higher than the normal - Are you always the first to finish your meal?
  • Often stay awake late, have supper
  • No breakfast, or only takes coffee
  • No poo poo everyday (constipation)
  • Seldom drink water
  • Seldom exercise
  • Have bad breath, bad temper
  • Bad smell farts, shit comes in dark colour, sticky or with blood
  • Always feel tired, anxiety, cold hands and feets 

My friends shared they have 3 meals daily, but not once for defecation. The food that we consume is already a few kilograms, which means these food that we consume has become a bunch of rubbish waiting to be digested, also contributes to your weight! Therefore, a sincere advice to everyone who wish to lose weight, ensuring a good discharge daily is very important, there are also people who had successfully lose weight by just improving on this.

We understand busy working adults used to eat outside food, but a fact that everyone know but not to take it into consideration is that outside food are mostly high-fat, high-salt, high-sugar, with excessive additives which will cause no benefit to our body, and even defects the metobolism rate. When our body couldn't metabolize well, it will then boils down to fat accumulation, FATNESS or even OBESITY.

Meat lovers, hate vegetables and fruits or even beans. This will easily turns us to an acidic body, which boils down to all sorts of blockages and chronic diseases. Diet Suggestions & Super Foods to Keep You Fit & Healthy

Friday, April 20, 2012

Prevent Obesity >> Towards a Healthier Life

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Obesity like the plague of the 20th century, sweeping across the world, poses a serious health problem, and continues to spread into the 21st century.

World Health Organization study shows that the population affected by obesity are suffering more than 1 billion, about one in ten of the world's population, the U.S. alone there are two-thirds of the population overweight, forcing WHO to announce that "If the countries did not take action to stop their citizens to grow horizontally, the consequences would be disastrous!"

Some key facts about Obesity by WHO
  • Worldwide obesity has more than doubled since 1980.
  • In 2008, 1.5 billion adults, 20 and older, were overweight. Of these over 200 million men and nearly 300 million women were obese.
  • 65% of the world's population live in countries where overweight and obesity kills more people than underweight.
  • Nearly 43 million children under the age of five were overweight in 2010.
  • Obesity is preventable.
What is overweight & obesity? Overweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health.
Body mass index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify overweight and obesity in adults. It is defined as a person's weight in kilograms divided by the square of his height in meters (kg/m2).
The WHO definition is:
  • a BMI greater than or equal to 25 is overweight
  • a BMI greater than or equal to 30 is obesity.
BMI provides the most useful population-level measure of overweight and obesity as it is the same for both sexes and for all ages of adults. However, it should be considered a rough guide because it may not correspond to the same degree of fatness in different individuals.

Are you obese? Check here. Turn the wheels to your height and weight. To change the unit, simply click on Metric or English

Obesity, the reason why it becomes the most significant health enemy, is because obesity is the beginning of all chronic diseases. Besides hypertension, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, ventilation, fatty liver, it also increases the risk of cancer. Colorectal cancer, esophageal cancer, pancreas cancer, gallbladder cancer, liver cancer, stomach cancer, kidney cancer, breast cancer, cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, prostate cancer and more than 10 kinds of cancer, are closely related to obesity. Another study found that there is a higher proportion of overweight women suffers from menstrual disorders and menopause earlier. The obese also suffer from the threats of degenerative arthritis and  sleep apnea.

Facts about overweight and obesity

Overweight and obesity are the 5th leading risk for global deaths. At least 2.8 million adults die each year as a result of being overweight or obese. In addition, 44% of the diabetes burden, 23% of the ischaemic heart disease burden and between 7% and 41% of certain cancer burdens are attributable to overweight and obesity. 
Therefore, WHO has developed the 2008-2013 Action plan for the global strategy for the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases to help the millions who are already affected cope with these lifelong illnesses and prevent secondary complications. This action plan aims to build on, the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the WHO Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health. The action plan provides a roadmap to establish and strengthen initiatives for the surveillance, prevention and management of NCDs. (Source: WHO:

To maintain a healthier and fitter body in a  long-term, we must have right food and adequate diet, the right and effective workouts, full of high-quality sleep, good physical and mental (Bad temper, and negative emotions makes you fatter). To be slim, we must be the same as the gourmet, to grasp the fundamental focus of the food, i.e. fresh ingredients, full with nutrition and energy. This is also the results that I found out through my many years of healthy dietary life. Top 15 Super Foods & Recipes

Fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans and other foods, contain even more of dietary fiber, low in calories, extends gastrointestinal emptying time, increase satiety, but also reduce the absorption of fat in the intestine, it is a good weight keeper. By adding boiling or hot water to these high fibre foods, then blend it into juices, thick soup which increases it volume, making it easier to make our stomach full. More importantly, high fiber diet may also reduce constipation, help to get rid of the body and intestines wastes. Top 15 Super Foods & Recipes

Finally, get a slim waistline and Belly NO MORE!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Top 15 Super Foods for Diet

Superfoods build bones, prevent chronic diseases, improve your eyesight, and even keep your mind sharp. But did you know new evidence suggests these foods can also help you get—and stay—slim?

1. Citrus Fruits - Grapefruit, Oranges

Even if you changed nothing else about your diet, eating half a grapefruit before each meal may help you lose up to a pound a week!

A compound in the tangy fruit can lower insulin, a fat-storage hormone, and that can lead to weight loss. It's also a good source of protein, and because it's at least 90% water, it can fill you up so you eat less.

At only 59 calories, you may not expect much from an orange, but thanks to a hefty dose of fiber, it ranks highest among fruits on a list of 38 filling foods put together by Australian researchers. Feeling full can help you eat less throughout the day.

Recommended Recipe: Ginger-Citrus Fruit Salad, Blood Orange & Duck Confit Salad

2. Almonds

Nuts are another superfood rich in healthy fats that help you slim down.

Almonds in particular can help you shed pounds: In one study, people who added a daily helping of the nuts to a low-cal diet lost more weight than people who followed the same diet but swapped almonds for a carb-heavy snack like crackers.

Recommended Recipe: Almond-Ciabatta French Toast

3. Green tea

This steamy sip hydrates like water, which can help fill you up and shed pounds. Plus, the antioxidants in green tea will up your fat burn and calorie burn. One study found that five cups a day could help you lose twice as much weight, most of it around your middle.

Recommended Recipe: Minty Iced Green Tea

4. Bananas

Bananas are a slimming superfood at the heart of Health's CarbLovers Diet. A slightly green, medium-size banana will fill you up and boost your metabolism with its 12.5 grams of Resistant Starch. Even a ripe banana still ranks high on the list of foods containing RS, with almost 5 grams.

Chocolate is a rich source of metabolism-boosting MUFAs, and bananas are the richest source of Resistant Starch there is, making this dessert a weight-loss winner.

Recommended Recipe: Chocolate Banana Bites

5. Eggs

Eggs get a bad rap when it comes to weight loss. But the breakfast staple is loaded with protein that will curb your appetite. One study found that overweight women who ate egg breakfasts lost twice as much weight as women who started their days with bagels.

And don't worry about cholesterol: The study found that egg eaters don't have higher bad cholesterol or lower good cholesterol than bagel eaters.

Recommended Recipe: Scrambbled Egg Burito

6. Dark chocolate

Chocolate lovers, rejoice! A nibble of dark chocolate here and there can slow down digestion so you feel full longer and eat less at your next meal.

Dark chocolate is full of MUFAs; studies show eating a diet high in these healthy fats can rev your metabolism to burn fat and calories. It may also help by curbing cravings for salt, sweet, or fatty diet-wreckers.

Recommended Recipe: Light Chocolate Chunk Cookies

7. Cheese

Fresh goat cheese and feta contain a fatty acid that helps you feel full and burn more fat. Look for cheeses labeled "grass-fed," as those will have the highest content of this healthy fat.

Recommended Recipe: Olive Goat Cheese Bruschetta

8. Low-fat milk

The same fatty acid is found in milk, and milk's proteins can keep you feeling satisfied. The added calcium may also help; in one study, women burned more fat and calories when they had 1,000 to 1,400 milligrams of calcium per day.

Recommended Recipe: Very Chocolate Milk Shake

9. Potatoes

True, potatoes are high in carbs, but they are three times as filling as a slice of white bread, and top all the foods on the same satiety index as oranges. Plus, potatoes are also rich in Resistant Starch, which helps your body burn fat.

Recommended Recipe: Two-Potato Salad with Mustard-Chive Dressing

10. Avocados

There's no reason to be afraid of eating fats—as long as they're the right fats.

Oleic acid, a compound in avocados' healthy monounsaturated fats (MUFAs), may trigger your body to actually quiet hunger. Stick to a quarter or a half of an avocado and watch that belly fat melt away. The creamy fruit is also packed with fiber and protein.

Recommended Recipe: Avocado, Lettuce, and Tomato) Sandwiches

11. Brown rice

Brown rice is a heartier, fiber-packed alternative to less-than-super white rice. A half-cup serving contains 1.7 grams of Resistant Starch, a healthy carb that boosts metabolism and burns fat.

Plus, brown rice is a low-energy-density food, meaning it's heavy and filling but low in calories. One study found that women who ate a higher-energy-density diet gained three times as much weight over six years than women eating a low-energy-density diet.

Recommended Recipe: Wild Salmon and Brown Rice Bowl

12. Salmon

Lean sources of protein help you feel full without adding fat. However, 50% of women ages 18 to 50 don't know if they get enough of this essential nutrient.

Up your intake with salmon; it's a leaner choice than red meat and is chock-full of MUFAs to boot. A 2001 study found that dieters eating a MUFA-rich diet lost an average of 9 pounds, while their low-fat diet counterparts gained, on average, 6.

Recommended Recipe: Pan-Grilled Salmon with Pineapple Salsa

13. Blueberries

Best known for their anti-aging effects, blueberries, while tiny, are a powerful figure-friendly eat: A 1-cup serving sets you back only 80 calories, and helps you feel full with 4 grams of fiber.

Recommended Recipe: Blueberry Lemon Sorbet

14. Broccoli

Cooked or raw, this cruciferous veggie is well-known for its cancer-preventing powers, but with a punch of filling fiber in less than 30 calories a serving, it's bound to prevent weight problems too.

Recommended Recipe: Broccoli Salad with Sesame Dressing and Cashews

15. Wine

Resveratrol, the famed antioxidant found in grape skin, stops fat storage. Studies show that moderate wine drinkers have narrower waists and less belly fat than liquor drinkers. Downing a glass can boost your calorie burn for a good 90 minutes.

Wine doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be special. There are now amazing budget-friendly wines that you might overlook because they’re made from an unusual grape or blend or come from a lesser-known wine region. I love uncovering them—and you’ll love sipping and sharing them all winter.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Lecithin? Does it Aids Burning Fat?

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Lecithin Weight Loss

Lecithin is a phospholipid, one of the many contained in the cell membranes of all living organisms, whether plants or animals. The term is often synonymous to phosphatidyl choline (PC), which many in the scientific community use to refer to lecithin.

Lecithin, the Emulsifier

One of the many functions of lecithin is emulsifying fats. In the body, lecithin is present in bile, a digestive substance produced by the liver and stored in the gall bladder to aid in digestion. It is critical for the absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins in the small intestine and serves as a major route for eliminating cholesterol. The presence of lecithin in bile is primarily to keep the fatty acids from mixing with other organic molecules also found in bile, such as bile acids, cholesterol, phospholipids, and bilirubin. By acting as an emulsifying agent, lecithin ensures that bile does all its functions smoothly.

Lecithin, the Aid to Fat-Burning

Another function of lecithin is to help burn fat. When you eat fatty foods, the fat gets deposited in the liver, which will then break it down so the body can use it as a source of energy. If the fats are not properly broken down, they will accumulate and can become rancid producing free radicals that damage liver cells. Lecithin in liver cells helps facilitate proper functioning of the liver, particularly in fat metabolism.

In addition, lecithin helps keep fats in liquid form. That way, they do not cling to the veins and arteries and clog the passages – a symptom of the condition called atherosclerosis. By dispersing fat in the water instead of letting them stick to the walls of the arteries, lecithin aids the cardiovascular functions of the body.

The Role of Liver in Weight Loss

There are a lot of people who find themselves constantly struggling with weight gain for most of their lives. They go through yo-yo dieting, at the same time contending with sluggish metabolism and unbridled cravings, so that hardly anything ever works.

Weight gain is often due to poor liver function. With a liver that is in such poor health as to make it unable to perform its functions, there is a very likely chance that the condition will result in weight gain, especially around the abdomen, cellulite, and water retention.

The Bile (produced by Gall Bladder)

The liver is responsible for secreting bile. A complex fluid, bile (or gall) is a bitter, greenish-yellow alkaline fluid containing water, electrolytes, and a batter of organic molecules which include bile acids, cholesterol, phospholipids (lecithin), and bilirubin. It is critical in digestion, particularly in the metabolism and absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins. Many of the body’s waste products are also excreted into the bile.

The role of lecithin in bile is as an emulsifier and antioxidant. It helps disperse cholesterol in and breaks it down into essential fatty acids. The phosphate group in lecithin makes it hydrophobic so it will always move away from water (which the area surrounding molecules are mostly composed of) while its lipophilic (fat-loving) head will move towards where the fats are. As such, lecithin helps stabilize the fatty acid molecules by forming a semi-permeable, lipophilic/hydrophobic ring around them.

This emulsifying action of lecithin ensures that the bile is stable and the liver is able to perform its many functions, among which is fat metabolism and cholesterol breakdown.

Lecithin Weight Loss Supplementation

The ability of lecithin to facilitate fat burning makes it a valuable compound in the weight loss and diet community. In fact, the compound is currently marketed as a lecithin weight loss supplement, an alternative weight loss regimen for those who want a diet quick fix.

Of course, lecithin can be naturally found in foods that we eat. Certainly, foods that are rich in lecithin are foods that we often include in our daily diet, such as egg yolk, soybeans, grains, wheat germ, fish, legumes, yeast, and peanuts. However, if these are not enough, lecithin weight loss supplements are also sold in capsule, powder or granular form.

Lecithin weight loss supplements are highly filtered. That means they contain less than 35% of phosphatidyl choline while the rest are made of various substances. Majority of these lecithin weight loss supplements are derived from soybeans, although egg yolk lecithin weight loss supplements can also be found.

But while lecithin weight loss supplements are valued for their phosphatidyl choline content, the real benefit you get from supplementation is the boost in choline levels your body receives. As an essential nutrient, your body cannot manufacture choline and hence you always depend on the foods that you eat and supplements in order to get your supply. However, there have been reports that people who take large amounts of choline supplements end up emitting a fish like smell, discouraging others from taking the supplement all together. Instead, they take lecithin weight loss supplements, which contain phosphatidyl choline, which when synthesized turns into choline.

Lecithin and Weight Loss

Ever since scientists first discovered the role that lecithin plays in fat and cholesterol metabolism in the liver, many researchers have focused their studies on the connection that exists between lecithin and weight loss. How does lecithin and weight loss work together? What evidences show that there is indeed that connection between lecithin and weight loss?

While much of the studies conducted were unreported, one investigation has some bearing on lecithin and weight loss. In this study, an essential nutrient that the body needs, choline, is found to be a component of phosphatidylcholine, one of the many names that scientists use to refer to lecithin. Choline, they found, has the ability to break up cholesterol into small particles which can be easily handled by the system. With sufficient intake of lecithin, cholesterol cannot build up against the walls of the arteries and veins.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Upgrading Blog in Progress

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Saturday, April 7, 2012


Daily Exercise and Weight Loss

By now, most ‘New Years Resolutions’ to lose weight, get fitter, daily exercise, achieve a healthier lifestyle and weight loss – have at worst become a distant, guilt-laden memory, or at best lost their momentum and the prospect of the approaching ‘beachwear’ season with obligatory exposure of ‘less-than-wonderfully-toned’ wobbly bits become a bit scary! Fret not – help is at hand to lose weight!

A ‘daily dose’ of exercise is the way to weight loss and a healthy body and mind but only 24% of women and 35% of men actually do the government’s recommended ‘30 minutes of at least moderate exercise 5 times a week or more’. Introducing regular exercise into your life is probably easier than you’d think, and subtle lifestyle changes can improve weight loss, health, posture, well-being and confidence! Activity can be introduced into your daily routine and can make a world of difference in losing weight.

Starting the day with ‘daily’ exercise

• Whilst brushing your teeth – march on the spot – a great fitness exercise
• When towel drying your back – relax your shoulders, grasp one end of the towel near one shoulder and the other end by the opposite hip so that the towel lies diagonally across your back – dry your back up and down in a diagonal direction, then switch sides
• If you travel to work by car, try to sit tall and don’t slouch
• If you’re sitting on a bus or train, sit tall and hold in the muscles in the lower abdomen for 10 seconds, then release and repeat this through your journey
• Get off a stop earlier and walk briskly for the remainder of your journey. Do the reverse for your homeward journey and you may be able to clock up 20-30 minutes of exercise each day and watch the weight drop off

Exercising at Work

• Avoid using the lift, stair climbing is a great workout and can strengthen and tone your hips, legs and buttocks and great for weight loss
• Ensure your workstation is correctly set up and allows you to maintain a good posture with no straining
• Get up from your desk often
• Try this thigh toner: – sitting at your desk with feet flat on the floor, squeeze a bottle of mineral water placed between your thighs
• At the photocopier, stand tall and using the copier for balance, raise one leg behind you or to one side, keeping it straight. Repeat 8 times and then switch to the other leg
• At lunchtime, walk briskly to the shops/cafĂ© – then fresh air will also do you good and help with losing weight

Not having time to exercise is the number one reason people give for not exercising. I do like the fact that you’re walking 20 minutes at lunch time. This shows you’re trying and really care about your health.

Don’t worry. Here are 5 easy to perform movements that you can do at your desk while at work. The exercises will help to get your muscles tighter and keep your mobility intact.

If possible, try to do these exercises in succession. If you’re unable to, then perform 2-3 exercises in a row and then continue the program when time permits. Ideally, I recommend doing the exercises twice per day while at work. However, it’s designed for you to use whenever possible during the long work day.

Perform 12-15 repetitions for each exercise (excluding the Abdominal vacuum) and then repeat each an additional time. The exercises can be performed each day.

Abdominal vacuum

Starting position:
• Sit tall in your chair

• Start by exhaling absolutely every bit of air from your lungs.
• Pull the navel towards the spine as if I just told you to suck in your stomach. Continue to breathe lightly through your nostrils, but make sure you’re pulling your navel in as tight as possible.
• You must hold the contraction very tight for at least 40 seconds.
• Benefit: In time, you’ll notice the abdominal area pulled in flatter. This exercise provides benefit with no crunches or repetitious movement.

Seated office chair leg extension

Starting position:
• Sit on your office chair with your feet on the floor spaced about 12 inches apart.

• Contracting the quadriceps muscles, extend one leg (bending at the knee) until it is straight. The toes should be pointed up.
• Slowly return to the starting position.
• After completing the set on one side (12-15 reps), repeat on the other side.

Key points: • Exhale while lifting the leg.
• Inhale while returning to the starting position.

Water bottle alternating front shoulder raise

Starting position:
• Sit straight with your knees slightly bent and feet shoulder-width apart.
• Hold a water bottle in your right hand with your arm in front of you and your palms lightly resting on your thighs

• Contracting the front shoulder muscles, lift your right arm in front of you until it is slightly above shoulder height.
• Slowly return the right arm to the starting position stopping just short of the weight touching your legs.
• Raise and lower your left arm in the same manner.
• After completing 12-15 reps on the right side, switch to the left.

Water bottle biceps curl

Starting position:
• Sit upright, feet forward and your head a natural extension of your spine.
• Hold a water bottle in your right hand with the arms hanging down at your sides and palms facing your body.
• Keep your wrists straight throughout the exercise.

• Contracting the biceps muscles, bend your right arm at the elbow while turning your wrist until your palm is just short of touching your shoulder.
• Slowly return to the starting position stopping just short of the elbow fully extending.
• After 12-15 repetitions, repeat on the other side.

Key points:
• The upper arm should remain stationary throughout the exercise.

One-arm tricep kickback

Starting position:
• While seated, bend forward very slightly.
• Hold a water bottle in your right hand or just make a fist. Bend the elbow at a 90-degree angle pointing behind you with the upper arm not quite parallel to the floor.

• Contracting your triceps muscles, move your lower arm back until the bottle or fist is pointing away from your body to the rear of the room.
• Slowly return to the starting position.
• After completing the set on the right side, repeat on the left side.

Key point: • Your upper arm should remain stationary throughout the exercise.

Exercise at Home

• Walk up and down stairs a few times – especially if you’ve been seated all day
• Whilst waiting for the kettle to boil or talking on the phone, rise up onto your toes, squeeze your buttocks together and gently bend your knees then straighten up again. Repeat a few times
• Instead of using the remote control, sit on the edge of your seat, keep your back straight, stomach tucked in, buttocks squeezed then stand up and sit down 5 times before getting up to change TV channels

Housework Exercise

• When vacuuming, use long drawn out movements and use your whole body rather than just the arm; draw in your abdomen and take deep breaths. When ironing, stand tall and pull in your abdomen
• When loading/unloading the washing machine or dishwasher, try repeated squats, keeping legs slightly apart and your back straight – lower slowly but don’t go so low that you can’t get back up again!

Socialising and Exercise

• Meet friends slightly earlier and have a 30-minute walk together before or after your dinner/movie
• Enjoy social activities such as a swim, bike-ride or dancing – it makes a change from eating and drinking!
• Take turns to choose an activity for you all to do – you’ll end up trying things you might not have thought about – who knows, it may open up whole new horizons!

So, if you need to exercise but don’t know where to start, perhaps try to incorporate some of these suggestions into your daily routine. It could help inspire you to make your lifestyle more physically active. Good luck and enjoy!

It’s a good idea to consult your GP or chartered physiotherapist before embarking upon any new exercise regime and weight loss. If any of these exercises cause you discomfort, stop immediately and seek medical advice.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Lose Fat Belly - Losing It Easily by Understanding the Causes

Belly Fat Women

Belly Fat!! It seemed to take the lifetime work to get rid of it, right?

Facing the same problem as most of the people around the world has? Always looking to Belly Fat Diet, supplements, workouts? Wanting to know the quickest and most effective ways to lose the BELLY FAT? 

Stay tuned and we will share with you the tips and experience sharing with all the friends around the world who faces the same BELLY FAT problem!

Causes of Belly Fat

Over Eating

Let's face it. This is the primary cause of stomach fat on your body. Most people don't want to admit that it is this simple. They would rather try and look for a reason that is out of their control so that they have an excuse not to change their comfortable lifestyle. But over eating is common, easy to do, and prevents you from getting the flat stomach that you want. 

Couch potato syndrome

Causes of Belly Fat This is what everyone of us (Americans, Asians, Europeans) are suffering from. It is the inclination to sit in front of the TV for great lengths of time while stuffing their face with junk food. Now, in your case it may not even be junk food. But do you realize that you adsent mindedly reach for more food than usual when you are watching TV? It's true. Your attention is focused elsewhere and if you are eating, then you generally eat more than usual.

Therefore, you train yourself to eat at certain times of the day. For example, if you watch TV at night and usually eat, then when that time comes around, you will start feeling hungry because you have trained yourself over time that this time, or this activity is when you eat. Don't get yourself into these bad habits. And if you do, get out of them. Or, a best idea will be substituting the “junk foods” with fruit and vegetable salads, cherry tomatoes (contains more fibre, to make you feel filling)


This can be one of the causes of stomach fat. We all know those people who can eat as much as they want and never visibly gain any weight. We hate these people. But let's not focus on the negative and what we don't have. Instead, let's focus on solutions. These people are gifted with incredibly fast metabolisms that work overtime to burn any extra food that they consume. Most people are not this way however, and we must be responsible for what it is we eat. Your metabolism fluctuates throughout your entire life. Generally it is faster when you are younger and slows with age. Keep in mind that your metabolism may not be exactly what it used to be, so that may mean that you have to adjust what you eat.


Inactivity can be a big part of gaining weight and a cause of stomach fat. If you just sit around all day and do only limited movements, then you are prone to first, eat more, but also to not burn as much energy as you should in a day. Increased activity will get your heart rate accellerated and thereby burn more energy. So get out there and DO something.


When people are stressed they often turn to food for comfort, even without realizing it. They just feel constantly under pressure so they start eating because it calms their nerves. Stress can also throw your bodies natural fat burning process off because you constantly have extra hormones raging and chemicals released in your body.


Stomach bloating can be defined as any unusual swelling, or increase in size of the abdominal area. A person will feel a full and tight abdomen, which may cause abdominal pain. It is an unatural effect that can occur in the body and is often brought on by a sensitivite to different kinds of food. Food intolerance is the main cause of stomach bloating. A wide variety of people are sensitive to dairy, yeast, gluten, or sugar. If you experience stomach bloating, start cutting things out of your diet until you found the cause of the problem.


Improper digestion can be a common cause of excess stomach fat. You may not technically eat more than you should, but your body can have trouble digesting your food properly and it will start storing digested food irregularly and in places that it shouldn't. You can help your overall digestive ability by drinking plenty of water through the day. This will make your digestion smoother and less troublesome. You also need to be sure that you have the proper enzymes and vitamins in your diet. Enzymes are what allow your body to break down the food into something that it can use.

Wrong kind of food

Belly Fat Diet - Avoid Processed FoodsYou may not eat too much and still cause stomach fat. In fact, by comparisons to thinner people, you may eat a smaller amount. But have you stopped to think about what it IS that you are eating? Just because the portions may be smaller, it doesn't mean that the calorie intake is. There are foods that have so much extra sugar and other empty calories that it doesn't take much at all to put you over your daily calorie goals.

Fat Belly is not only a problem for women, but men too! 

Belly Fat in Men

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