Why are so many people still confused about this? I would not doubt that a lot of it comes down to the large number of trainers that are still perpetuating bad information. A lot of times it feels like misinformation is really much easier to come by than good information. Be a smart consumer, and make sure that you are not trusting your health to someone who knows very little about health/fitness/nutrition. Related: Top 10 Signs of a Bad Personal Trainer
Do you know the way we drink water affects our belly fat, when we feel thirsty what we do we gulp down a full glass of water by this what will happen this will decrease your thirst in a long run and cause your stomach to protrude. And if you drink anything which includes water in higher amount this will make your belly bulge out and increase the layers of fat.
"High-intensity interval training is your abs' best friend," Swan says. It has been lab tested as a major belly-fat fighter: Women who did three HIIT workouts a week lost significantly more subcutaneous belly fat (the stuff you can see and pinch, thus what you care about when in a time crunch) than women who did only steady-state cardio, according to a study from the University of New South Wales in Australia.
Cruciferous veggies are one of the healthiest vegetables you can eat, but unfortunately they’re also the ones most likely to cause your tummy to inflate. Thanks to raffinose, a compound that produces extra gas as it breaks down, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and the like can seriously increase your waistline. But don’t ditch them forever. Just save them for meals where you can wear loose pants. Here are other surprising foods that cause gas.
"Probiotics are 'good' bacteria that help your digestive system break down food, preventing the gastrointestinal issues that can keep you from having a flat stomach," explains nutritionist Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., author of The Most Effective Natural Cures on Earth. To ensure your plumbing is working at optimum capacity, Bowden suggests eating a daily serving of a probiotic-rich food like yogurt, kimchi, miso, sauerkraut, or buttermilk.
The health benefits of regular exercise are too many to count. But as anyone who has lost a lot of weight can attest, burning off your extra flab at the gym is a long and arduous process. And if you aren't using a modestly calorie-restricted diet to support your efforts, it's even longer. This is primarily because eating extra calories takes no time at all (I'll just have one more heaping tablespoon of peanut butter), while burning off those calories can take more than an hour, depending on your preferred mode of exercise. There just isn't enough time in the day! What's more, numerous studies show that exercise (especially aerobic exercise) alone does not cause significant and long-term weight loss.