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Don't worry, these 7 tips to reduce belly fat will make you more confident

Updated on August 31, 2020
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This relevant information is the result of my personal experience. I hope you do it successfully so that your ideal body weight is back.

Of course this is a problem that can reduce the confidence of the community, both men and women. Besides being able to reduce the beauty of appearance, a distended stomach can be a source of disease, you know. The stomach stretches very easily. This is because the stomach is one part of the body that has high elasticity and a lot of fat.

Belly size that is too large can cause weight gain. Excess weight can increase the risk of various diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and hypertension.

Therefore, it is important to maintain an ideal body weight. One of them is by reducing the stomach.

However, that doesn't mean we can't deal with a distended stomach. It doesn't take long, there are several ways you can do to lose belly fat.

  • Drink water regularly

Drinking lots of water can get rid of things your body doesn't need. You only need to drink one glass of water before and after eating, and don't forget to fulfill two liters of water for the body's metabolic processes.

  • Controlling food portions

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, controlling the portion of food you consume is very good for starting steps to shrink the stomach. Use nutritional value information labels to help you determine the right foods and portions by using a measuring cup or spoon.

  • Consume green tea

Green tea has long been believed to be one of the effective ways to lose weight and shrink the stomach. For maximum results, drink green tea regularly before meals. Green tea comes in many forms and brands.

  • Increase consumption of vegetables and fruit

Vegetables and fruits are low-fat foods that contain few calories and are high in fiber. This fiber content will help bind water so that digestion can take place better so that fat dissolves quickly.

  • Avoid eating late at night

For dinner, make sure you eat before 8pm. The dinner hour that passes this time turns out to interfere with the body's metabolism, including inhibiting the absorption of food nutrients in digestion.

  • Don't lie down immediately after eating

After eating, make sure you wait at least three hours before lying down. You see, digestion must take place in a vertical, not horizontal, body condition. If you go to sleep right away, food will be difficult to get down and stomach acid will find it difficult to work.

  • Regular exercise for a week

There are several exercise movements that can help reduce a distended stomach, such as cycling, swimming, walking regularly, aerobics, or yoga. Do exercise regularly for 30 minutes a week.

Those are some tips to reduce belly fat. Do the habit every day gradually for maximum results. starting from changing healthy lifestyle habits, reducing consumption of greasy foods and not forgetting to do sports activities.

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