Losing belly fat if you weigh 120 pounds can be done in a matter of days. If you way 135 it can be done in a week by nutrition and exercise consistency. If you are 150 and over it will take a couple of weeks but it can be done if you stay motivated and make it your priority.
Starving yourself is not an issue
In fact it never should be the issue. An active lifestyle means adding cardio and some target exercises for the long haul that becomes a regular part of your life. For now in one two weeks or the month of you weigh more to knock of the belly fat, knock off 500 calories from your food you are eating right now. This means by the end of the week you will have stopped eating 3,500 calories. This could be your one candy bar a day, or the giant latte you take to work each morning, or the tank of soda pop you drink each day. Water has zero calories.
Monitor your calories
How do you know where you can drop off 500 calories from? By counting your calories and begin by reading the labels of what you are eating. Read the candy bar label and look at the serving size. The fast food tank of pop most likely will not have the calories listed but you can ask the restaurant or look it up on the internet, again being honest about the portion size matters if you really want to lose your belly fat now. For instance if something you are eating says it has two servings per package at 500 calories for the whole package, but is 250 calories per serving, you can’t tell yourself you are only eating 250 calories, you are really eating 500.
Drink lots of water and eat lean
Again this is not about starving but it is about whittling from your diet the junk and excess bread, and beverages that have no nutritional value. You can have a hamburger or chicken patty but you don’t need the bread. You can have all of the fruits and vegetables you want, cooked or uncooked with some butter. You can’t have cheese sauces on your vegetables and you can’t dip your fruit in cheese dips or sauces made for fruit. (See video, for target exercise)
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