What the secret to loose weight around belly with out diet?

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  1. betterstuff profile image57
    betterstuffposted 6 years ago

    What the secret  to loose weight  around belly  with out diet?

  2. Mezo profile image61
    Mezoposted 6 years ago

    Diet and excercise are always important. You can try some of the new fat-melting Laser surgery techniques which usually require local anaesthesia if there is too much fat.

  3. ronhi profile image72
    ronhiposted 6 years ago

    fasting and exercise. Of course i wouldn't advise you to do both at the same time. However, the best approach to weight loss is not stopping to eat more but starting to eat more of what matters

  4. RASO profile image68
    RASOposted 6 years ago

    I have same problems with overweight, so I just don`t beliave in diets anymore. Exercise is the best solution.

    Cheers.

  5. wychic profile image86
    wychicposted 6 years ago

    If you don't want to change your eating habits, then you have to change your exercise habits. Simple as that, cut-and-dry -- your current lifestyle got you to where you are now, and you have to correct the energy balance with diet, exercise, or both in order to lose weight. There is no other way to achieve permanent, healthy weight loss...even surgery won't get you the results you want, because if you go back to the same lifestyle you'll simply gain all of the weight back.

    My suggestion is to look up the USDA's MyPlate site, which allows you to enter what you're eating into your personal daily log. This will give you a clear understanding of areas where your current diet is leaving you nutritionally deficit, and how much exercise you'll have to do to offset your current consumption.

  6. Rob Winters profile image83
    Rob Wintersposted 6 years ago

    There is no secret - that's the real secret.Ideally you want to have a clean and healthy diet with only a small calorie deficit and to burn the fat through exercise so as to lose a steady 1 to 2 lb's per week (for most people unless you're very overweight) - this is the healthiest and most sustainable way to do it.The poorer your diet the more exercise you will need to do to compenstate.You need to burn 3500 calories more than you consume to lose 1 lb of bodyfat. Exercising early morning before you eat can help to burn fat.The more muscle you have the more calories you will burn both at rest and when exercising so building muscle will also help.Interval training is also very useful for fat loss - google it and you'll find plenty of info.Eating smaller but more frequent portions or meals also helps keep the metabolism up.

    You can't target weight loss to one particular body part btw (spot reduction) as in your stomach.Your body will burn fat from all around your body but this will indeed include your belly :-) Doing abs and stomach exercises without a good diet and low bodyfat achieved primarily by cardio and resistance training will do little to remove excess weight from your belly region. Sorry, i wish there were an easier secret but until they create nanobots that will swim through your bloodstream eating away excess fat stores you'll have to make do with conventional methods.

  7. fit2day profile image72
    fit2dayposted 6 years ago

    I would never advise weight-loss surgery to anyone under 500 pounds, but rationally speaking, you can't just lose weight around the belly. Typically the belly is the last place weight-loss occurs at. I've never seen anyone with six pack abs and flab everywhere else. Weight-loss can occur without changing diet if the exercise intensity is high enough. Typically if someone exercises hard enough, they'll naturally want to change their diet, I know eating junk before training makes me kick myself.

 
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