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12 belly fat exercises + Abs workout to lose belly fat fast

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Top Ways to reduce belly fat without exercise or Dieting at home

How to reduce belly fat naturally is popular fitness goal: Belly fat diet plan is what most people are doing, foods that burn belly fat is very important to everyone. There is how to reduce tummy fast by home remedies.


• Use tummy-control clothes.
Women's Underwear include tummy-control pantyhose, panties, high-wasted shorts, body suits, camisoles, and tank tops made of Lycra, elastic, or some combination. There are many options for men that target the abdominals.

• Use corset or Waist Binding Clothes.
This method involves wearing corset or binding clothes across the abdomen. If done in moderation, corseting can create a thinner silhouette without any other lifestyle changes. Some people use corset as a weight loss mechanism, and although doctors say it won't actually help you lose fat cells, it can help you lose weight by binding in your stomach as you eat so that you don't have as much room to overeat.
Note: Be careful about wearing corset too tight or too frequently, because they can reduce your stomach capacity, you might vomit after eating even a normal sized meal. It can also contribute to heartburn and compress your organs, try to consult specialist that can help you fit it correctly and learn to lace it appropriately so that it is not too tight.

Read also Things to Avoid That Make You Gain Belly Fat

• Avoid swallowing air.
This might seem like a strange suggestion, but swallowed air is one of the biggest causes of bloating. Simply reducing the amount of air you swallow throughout the day can trim down your tummy measurements.

 How to Avoid swallowing air includes:
A) Avoid carbonated beverages, even those with zero calories like carbonated water. Beverages with air in them fill your abdomen with air, which causes a bloated appearance.
B) Avoid smoking. Smokers who inhale smoke also tend to swallow it, which bloats their stomachs.
C) Avoid chewing gum and talking while eating. Both of these habits lead to swallowed air.

• Practice good Posture and Sitting Position.
Proper way of sitting won't make stomach fat disappear, but it will make you look slimmer by helping your body fat distribute properly across the torso rather than gathering at the midsection. Try to keep your upper body straight, your shoulders pulled back, and your head high.
How to Practice good Posture
A) When you sit, your buttocks should touch the back of your chair, and all three normal back curves should be present in your back (meaning a small towel or washcloth rolled up should fit above your buttocks).
B) When you stand, keep your shoulders back, pull in your stomach, and keep your feet about hip width apart.
C) If you're willing to do a little exercise, movements that strengthen your core and back can make it easier to maintain your posture while tightening up the muscles around your midsection. Try adding a few light crunches and easy back exercises to your schedule as you improve your posture.

• Get enough sleep.
Sleeping doesn't burn fat on its own, but it is a crucial part of weight loss efforts. This is mainly because sleep deprivation (not getting enough sleep) makes most aspects of weight loss more difficult. When you aren't well rested, it's hard to motivate yourself to get up and move. It's also hard to control cravings: you're more likely to act on impulses to eat junk food when you're already drained of energy.
Note: While everyone's sleep needs are different, the majority of adults need about seven to nine hours per night. Children and elderly people tend to need more.

• Drink plenty of water.
If you drink soda, sports drinks, flavored coffees with sugar and cream, or other high-calorie beverages throughout the day, try replacing them with water. You'll get the same level of hydration and fullness while cutting down on your calories. Keep it up and you can achieve mild weight loss without any extra effort.

• Eat smaller meals more frequently.
Instead of three large meals a day, try eating several smaller meals of a few hundred calories. This can reset your hunger cues so that you will know when you are actually hungry versus eating out of habit.

• Eat breakfast.
Many people skip breakfast and then overcompensate for their resulting hunger by overeating at lunch and dinner, make sure that your breakfast contains at least one item from three food groups: dairy, fruit, and grains. A healthy breakfast for a 150 pound adult is about 300 – 400 calories.

• Switch to foods that leave you feeling fuller longer.
When it comes to reducing your tummy line, it's not all about how much you eat, but also what you eat that counts. Certain foods give short "bursts" of energy and satisfaction, but leave you hungry before your next meal. Instead of these foods, focus on alternatives that offer long-term satisfaction.
A) Foods that offer longer periods of satisfaction include: whole-grain breads, rice, and pastas, oats, nuts, water, lean meats and fish, eggs, green vegetables, beans, and legumes.
B) Non-filling foods include sodas, processed snack foods, "white" breads, rice, and pastas, candy, and starches.

• Eat slowly.
When you eat quickly, you can swallow a surprising amount of food before you start to feel full and satisfied. On the other hand, eating slowly gives you plenty of time to feel full and stop eating before you've consumed more calories than you need. Take time to eat your food. Concentrate on chewing each bite 10 – 20 times and take sips of water between each bite. Set the fork or spoon down between each bite. If you can, eat with someone else so you can pause to chat during your meal.

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