Best Way to Lose the Belly Fat
Finding out the best way to lose belly fat requires that we first find out what causes belly fat in the first place. Then from there we can take a systematic approach to eliminate the causes of belly fat.
If instead, a person skipped that step, and began to immediately go with a plan to lose belly fat without examining the causes of lose the belly fat, they could either…
- lose less than ideal amounts of belly fat - Without knowing the cause, there’ll still be activities that they’re doing that contribute to belly fat, so while they’re doing something, they’re still unknowingly sabotaging their efforts to lose belly fat.
- lose no belly fat - They may or may not have needed to make that change, or maybe they changed something that doesn’t impact belly fat very much, maybe something else is the major cause of their belly fat and yet they targeted the wrong lifestyle change, or
- gain belly fat slower than before - It may help to prevent some additional belly fat, but not enough to make a belly fat reversing difference.
That’s why it’s so important to understand why we as humans develop belly fat and to do some self examination to see why we as individuals have belly fat, as well.
We want the the problem to improve, and we also want the problem to go away. That’s why we have to examine what causes belly fat first. You see, belly fat is a health problem. It is usually one of the first visual signs of something going wrong inside the body. Belly fat is caused by
- High blood pressure
- High LDL cholesterol
- High triglycerides
- Low HDL cholesterol
- Low blood oxygen levels
- Endothelial dysfunction
- Hormonal imbalance
- Metabolic dysfunction
- Fatty Liver
- Excess cortisol
If any of these aren’t right, it results in the gain of belly fat. That means that even if a person is on a low calorie diet, if they’re dong anything that causes any of these health issues, they’re not going to be losing belly fat optimally. That’s why when people lose weight, they have a difficult time losing those last 10 lbs.
Going on a low calorie diet and overexercising won’t get those last 10 lbs off the belly either. Overexercising can cause an increase in cortisol and under-eating can do the same. And since excess cortisol causes increases in belly fat, anyone who goes on a low calorie diet or who exercises themselves to exhaustion, should expect it to be a much harder journey to get rid of the belly fat.
When our goal is to get rid of belly fat, we need a more systematic yet personalized approach. We have to remove the social pressures and make it a health goal, not an aesthetic goal.
- It isn’t about our looks, it’s about our health. Not just our physical health, but our mental health too. So our plans have to take into account how we feel and whether things are enjoyable to us.
- Your plan has to take into account your likes and dislikes, encouraging an exercise plan that you can enjoy or easily learn to enjoy, one that agrees with your energy level and doesn’t result in overexercise or exercise exhaustion.
- Your plan also has to include nutrient dense foods that lower inflammation. Inflammation is a major contributor to belly fat, and that’s why it’s so important to get our diets right. Because our bodies work correctly when given the right fuel.
- You have to remove/replace the habits in your life that you do unknowingly that contribute to your belly fat.
- You have to add in things that your body needs, so that it can rid itself of belly fat. Sometimes it isn’t about what we’re doing, but it’s more about what we aren’t doing. Some things are missing from our lifestyles that are absolutely helpful in speeding up belly fat loss.
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