While carrots themselves are highly nutritious, it is claimed that juicing makes the vegetable juice more nutrient-dense, helping you keep nourished while you’re on the go - compared to raw carrots. What’s even more, carrot juice is very low in calories and quite filling due to high fibre content. Hence, carrot juice is an excellent substitute for sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages when trying to drop the pounds or get rid of that unhealthy belly fat faster. Read - Rice diet plan for weight loss: Does eating Basmati rice help you lose belly fat?
Everyone stores fat differently. Some people might tuck it under their chin whereas others might collect it on their arse. This is because research published in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation found that fat cells - known as adipocytes - behave differently depending on where they're found on the body. For instance fat cells in the, "Abdominal region are metabolically much more active than those in the femoral (thigh) region."
You don’t have to take a three-month sabbatical in Bali or enrol on a ‘breathing class’ in a Scandi Yogi retreat to find inner calm. You don’t even have to meditate (though it’ll almost certainly help). If a few minutes of deep-belly breathing in a quiet spot doesn’t chill you out, try a bodyweight workout or taking a walk around the block. Exercise boosts your circulation, transporting cortisol to your kidneys, which flush it out.
Unless you hit the genetic jackpot, the chances are that your tummy isn’t immune to showing its fat gains. Something interesting is that there are different kinds of belly fat, and they all require different techniques for shedding it. Belly fat isn’t merely an issue of appearance. Sure, it looks and feels nice to have a shredded tummy, but more important are the health implications.