Blueberries are an excellent source of polyphenols antioxidants called flavonoids. And one group of flavonoids called anthocyanins present in berries are known to have a wide range of health benefits  . Study findings have shown that blueberries trigger the genes that regulate fat burning and storage. This helps in reducing visceral abdominal fat and lowers cholesterol  .
Success is the best motivator for implementing healthy diet and having some exercises. With the help of this drink you will achieve whatever you like. You will only spend several minutes from your time and it will provide you with positive results very soon. When you will see how easy is to begin with lowering belly fat, you will be motivated to implement your diet.
» Solution: Burn this type of belly fat by limiting the caffeine (seriously), giving yourself a bed time, prepping your snacks or stock only healthy ones and making sure you're getting magnesium. Instead of trying to scorch the fat off, try a more gentle approach with your workouts, like yoga or light resistance training. Try the Yoga Sequence to Blast A Muffin Top workout.
Watermelon contains about 82 per cent of water which fills your tummy up and lowers food cravings. The fruit is low in calories and contains vitamin C in abundance which is known to help in fat loss. Also, watermelon is considered a low energy density food which means they provide very few calories per gram of food. Low energy density foods are perfect for helping you lose belly fat  .
Belly fat decreases testosterone levels and libidoAbdominal fat is heavily linked with a decrease in healthy testosterone levels.This is due to an enzyme in fatty tissue called aromatase that actually breaks down testosterone.When you have low levels of testosterone, your libido will suffer and you also run the risk of erectile and sexual dysfunction.
Women in this group are very likely to have heavy periods, facial hair, frequent acne outbreaks and headaches, to suffer from bloating, PMS, depression and ovarian cysts. Lower back pain and hip pain, as well as knee pain during the menstrual period are very likely to appear. Water retention also occurs during the cycle, along with a low libido, hot flashes, mood swings and night sweats.
Barth often urges clients to limit their intake of animal protein while getting more fruits and vegetables, but it's important to make the swap slowly and drink plenty of water; otherwise, the increase in fiber could temporarily cause you to become even more bloated. Other patients turn out to be intolerant or sensitive to gluten, so they may have to cut back on grains (or, if they have celiac disease, eliminate them entirely).
After analysing 1,257 men and 1,366 women who participated in the Canada Fitness Survey they found waist size, "remained significantly lower in subjects performing high-intensity exercise." Worth stressing is this is not casually rolling back and forth on an ab machine or leisurely mounting the thigh master. An idea echoed by research published in the Journal of Obesity who stated, "High Intensity training three times per week was associated with significant reductions in total body fat, leg and trunk fat."
Green or white teas make great bases for smoothies. In a study presented at the North American Association of the Study of Obesity, researchers found that regularly drinking smoothies in place of meals increased a person’s chances of losing weight and keeping it off longer than a year. Add your favorite tea to one of these 56 Smoothie Recipes for Weight Loss!
Elisha is a clinical nutritionist who specialises in nutrition for weight loss, insulin resistance, digestive and mental health. Elisha has a huge amount of experience in complimentary health, particularly in helping to work through food related issues such as diabetes and obesity, and provide assistance to combat emotional eating. She has been part of the Healthy Mummy team of experts since 2012, writing informative blog posts, contributing to our recipe books and the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge recipes. Elisha loves working for The Healthy Mummy because “I love creating family friendly recipes, knowing that women all around the country are losing weight and gaining more confidence and changing their lives for the better.”