If you get enough protein and fat, your total calorie intake should take care of itself. Because you feel full, you won't binge on a can of Pringles and blow your calorie count for the day. The remaining 45 percent of calories in our plan comes from carbohydrates — enough to give your palate a full range of tastes and your body a combination of fast- and slow-burning fuel.
You’ve heard your elders scold you to chew your food properly. There's a very important reason behind it. If you eat quickly and just swallow your food without chewing properly, it takes more time to breakdown. Therefore, it hinders your digestion which may lead to weight gain. Also, it takes about 20 minutes for the satiety signals to reach the brain. So, take your time, eat your food slowly and give your brain time to send out the signals of being full.
3. Doing Bicycles not only help to melt belly fat it also works on the muscles of your upper body. For this you have to lie on your back and raise your legs at 90 degree, then bend your legs to 90 degree and hold it. Keep your hands under your head and slowly raise your head and shoulder off the ground. Now with a fast movement bring your right elbow to your left knee and extend your right leg in the front. You have to switch sides fast to create the cycling effect. Use your core muscles to keep your head and shoulder above the ground throughout the exercise. Do 20 repetitions and add 10 as you become stronger.
"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.
An optimal weight-loss approach calls for you to reduce your calories enough that you begin to lose weight but not so aggressively that you disrupt your fat-loss hormonal balance. Then, add in exercise to support your diet-induced calorie deficit. This creates a even larger deficit while manipulating hormones that allow for faster fat burning. This is the best way to lose belly fat.