Have you ever tried to get rid of stubborn fat?
If yes, then you probably already know that no matter how many cardio classes you take or how healthy your diet is, that last bit of fat just won’t go away.
In the end, it feels more like a constant battle against your body.
But have you tried seeing it the other way around? Your body needs the right guidance to achieve the end goal.
Here are five handy tips we’ve put together to help you follow a healthy lifestyle and get rid of stubborn fat.
Track and manage your food intake
Out of all the things that will help you lose weight and belly fat, consuming fewer calories than your body needs for weight maintenance is the most important one.
Your diet is just as important as exercise for weight loss. Are you consuming the proper vitamins and nutrients?
Use an online food tracker or app to monitor your calorie intake and adjust your diet accordingly.
Cut down on alcohol
After-work drinks are fun but think twice before you order your second, third, or fourth beer.
Alcohol is full of calories and due to the way it is metabolised, these calories are converted into body fat and are carried away for permanent storage on your body.
Efforts to lose stubborn fat and heavy drinking are two things that should never go together.
Increase your protein consumption
The higher the amount of protein in your diet then the more likely you are to lose weight healthily.
Protein takes longer to digest which keeps you full and satisfied and avoids unnecessary binging.
Some good sources of protein include: meat, fish, eggs, dairy, whey protein, and beans.
A diet high in protein-rich foods, combined with a good workout, can help you a lot in your efforts to lose stubborn fat.
Reduce your stress levels
In a fast-paced world, slowing down can be really challenging. If you’re serious about losing stubborn fat, you should keep your stress level to a minimum.
Stress triggers binge-eating, sleep deprivation and can make you gain belly fat.
Practising yoga or meditation can help you to manage your stress levels and focus on your goals.
Accept that sometimes it just won’t go away
Genetics, gender, and hormones are just a few of the reasons as to why you can’t get rid of stubborn fat, no matter how hard you try. If nothing has worked for you so far, there are non-surgical procedures that can give your body the helping hand needed.
Documented results from our treatments have shown a permanent fat reduction with results visible after four years and a 29% reduction in fat layer.