What is the most effective way of losing tummy fat?

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  1. Halima Fowosire profile image60
    Halima Fowosireposted 7 years ago

    What is the most effective way of losing tummy fat?

  2. LittleFairy profile image72
    LittleFairyposted 7 years ago

    Exercising the tummy helps: by bending, turning the waist from one side to the other, jogging and cutting down fatty, sugary foods because they tend to accumulate in the tummy more than any other parts if the body.

  3. The Academy profile image60
    The Academyposted 7 years ago

    There is no way to burn fat from any specific area. Whilst this is something that few people wish to hear, the honest truth is that your genetics are responsible for where you store bodyfat, and where your body will opt to burn it from. A healthy diet and strong exercise plan will always help though smile

  4. ravenlt04 profile image62
    ravenlt04posted 7 years ago

    Good question!  That's my problem area for sure.  I hear running works.  Zumba is giving my some positive results too, but I need to do it more consistently.  Americans, in general, have to improve our diets.  I need to increase my daily water consumption.  Someone asked this question a few months ago and may have gotten some useful answer: http://hubpages.com/question/90869/what … -belly-fat

  5. profile image0
    SusieQ42posted 7 years ago

    Eat an apple before each meal (3 a day); it reduces fat accelerator in your tummy.  Add exercise to this recipe and it's your for the taking!

  6. TheBlondie profile image61
    TheBlondieposted 7 years ago

    cardio is best for burning fat all around. There is really no such thing as spot treatment (unfortunately), so doing stuff like crunches will strengthen your stomach but not reduce it.

  7. Ashantina profile image61
    Ashantinaposted 7 years ago

    lipo...? smile

  8. BlissfulWriter profile image70
    BlissfulWriterposted 7 years ago

    Abdominal fat is really tough to get rid of once it occurs.  Ideally, it is better and easier to avoid getting it to begin with.  However, I believe food choice in combination with exercise is most effective. 

    Avoid refined, processed foods.  Avoid food that are high-glycemic carbohydrates.  Avoid trans-fats and sugar.  Fruits and vegetables should be the bulk of your diet, not bread and pasta. 

    Exercise alone without correction in food choices may not be enough to get rid of abdominal fat.

  9. crankalicious profile image92
    crankaliciousposted 7 years ago

    Like anything else involving weight-loss: a change in diet (fewer calories) and an increase in exercise. These two in combination would be most effective.

    I have a hub on weight-loss if you care to investigate.

  10. cat on a soapbox profile image94
    cat on a soapboxposted 7 years ago

    If you find a truly effective way, please write a hub about it :>)

    1. curtrell profile image59
      curtrellposted 5 years agoin reply to this

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  11. Tamila Roberts profile image36
    Tamila Robertsposted 7 years ago

    Try exercises and nutrition program to grow taller ok. It's approved by Health Canada and really works!

  12. Juice-22 profile image60
    Juice-22posted 7 years ago

    Healthy fats found in olive oil, peanuts, peanut butter, and fish are known to help burn belly fat. Try to incorporate more fish into your diet, while eating a handful of nuts as a snack in between meals instead of your normal routine.

    Also try starting a high intensity interval training program, which is where you sprint for ten seconds, then walk slowly for thirty seconds and then you repeat. If you can do this for ten minutes a day you will get fast amazing results. For more information on wight loss or high intensity interval training, check out my hub How-To-Lose-Weight

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Last-Hope-Weigh … nt-5594840

  13. curtrell profile image59
    curtrellposted 5 years ago

    Try the body wraps visit wrappintoanewyou.myitworks.com

  14. profile image47
    nicoleandrew2013posted 4 years ago

    If you are looking at something instant in removing tummy fat, we have what we call abdominoplasty or in common terms, it is known as tummy tuck.  It is done with a small incision is made on the lower abdomen, below the bikini line so that the tiny scar can easily be hidden with underwear or a swimsuit.  Excess fat is then removed from the area, the muscles of the abdomen are tightened, and the skin is pulled taut on the abdomen.  The tiny incision site is then closed with sutures.

    http://bodytreatmentcenter.com/cutting- … ummy-tuck/


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