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How to Get Rid of Belly Fat for Women Fast

Updated on July 24, 2010

A lot of women accumulate extra fat on their bellies first because belly is the easiest place for the body to store fat. Unwanted fat around your waist is harmful to your health, because tummy fat is metabolically active, it tends to release more fat into your blood stream, and increase the danger of heart attack and strokes. Tummy fat also makes it easy to store fat in your liver, resulting in insulin resistance, a diabetes symptom. For young women, belly fat will not just have a negative effect on their physical conditions, it makes them lose confidences, having a negative impact on their professional and personal life. 

To be able to lose belly fat effectively, you should learn the way to reducing it, and combine a healthy diet plan with suitable workout routines for fat burning. There is no healthy way to reduce fat in your tummy overnight but with a lot of dedication and hard work you can shed extra pounds and trim off extra fat progressively.

The proven way to lose unwanted belly fat with some sustained results is to increase your metabolism level, because increased level will ensure that the fat around your waist is burned off effectively. When you start to burn off more calories than you take then your body will begin to convert the stored fat into energy, and you are on the way of losing tummy fat. And exercises are just for that.

However, many people go to the gym regularly, but they are not aware of what is the suitable workout, they exercise in ways that are in fact counterproductive to what they need to be doing. The workout routines for reducing abdominal fat are not necessary to be done on daily basis, but if you want to achieve faster results, you have to increase your exercise frequency, this will have a good impact on losing your unwanted belly fats. The most important thing to do is to choose workouts which address the middle section of your body. You can find suggestions of some good exercise below:

  • Take a 30 minutes walk everyday, particularly in the morning, it will not only help you to flatten your tummy fat faster but will also increase your energy for the whole day. 
  • You should do some strength training, which helps to burn your whole body fat and increase your metabolism. You can try interval training as well. Interval training is a cardio workout that helps to raise your metabolism and burn more calories.
  • Swimming is a great exercise for fat tummy, it not only works out your mid section but also burn fat in other parts of your body too.
  • You can also begin to learn belly dance, this popular dance is graceful and good to drop unwanted fat around your waist.
  • Hula hoop is very effective in reducing your stomach fat, even if you did it for just a few minutes everyday, you will be surprise at the results.

Minimizing your caloric intake will also take you one step closer to a slimmer mid section. You should stop eating refined snack foods, this is going to help you lose your belly fat faster than just about anything. Below are some suggestions for a healthy diet.

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in anti-oxidants and enzymes and will assist you lose belly fat quickly.
  • Foods containing lean protein including eggs, low-fat dairy products and nuts, are exceptionally good for your health, because lean protein is a healthy protein that helps speed up your metabolism, and reduce stomach fat.
  • Drinking at least eight cups of water throughout the day is one of the best ways to lose stomach fat. Drinking water helps to speed up your metabolism.
  • Eating catabolic foods will lose up more calories than they provide.
  • High-fiber foods not only supply the required minerals and nutritional vitamins to your body, but also help to reduce unwanted fat around your waist.
  • You should eat nuts, such as olives, almonds and peanuts, frequently. Nuts contain less fat and sugar, which help reducing your belly fat effectively.

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