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How To Lose Belly Fat In Just One Week

Worried about your protruding belly? Want to reduce down the fat on your tummy? Read this to understand how you can chop off your belly fat in one week.

How To Lose Belly Fat In Just One Week

These are the best measures to reduce down your belly fat in just one week

Of all the fats, belly fat looks considerably more visible. Are you also fighting to have lesser fat in the belly region? If you're updated on the trends of the current world, you may also be wanting flaunt a flat belly. Often, people who have sitting jobs tend to develop belly fat as their work does not require any physical activity and thus, weight keeps on adding. To shed the fat on your tummy, you are required to be highly disciplined with diet and also do some smart exercises. With these 5 tips on how you can lose belly fat in a week, you will be slicing fat off your body in buckets.

1. Eat in smaller portions

It is recommended to people to opt for smaller portions of food that are 2 to 3 hours apart and avoid 3 full meals. If you eat 3 full course meals, then there are chances that you overload your belly fat. This way, you will not be expanding your belly and have a supercharged metabolism to burn fat.

Also read: 7 Super-foods To Make You Lose Weight Instantly!

2. Reduce intake of high-fibre foods

Often stomachs get bloated and they make a huge belly bulge. You should avoid eating bloat-causing high fibre foods like Broccoli, Cauliflower, Beans and Brussels sprouts. High fibre food causes gas and bloating so it is suggested to avoid them.

3. Regulate intake of raw fruits and veggies

We recommend you not to eat too many raw vegetables and fruits at one shot. Break the amount and eat them in small chunks across your day.

4. Cut down on dairy

Dairy products often cause gas and bloating especially to people who are lactose intolerant. This happens because these people find it difficult to digest lactose - the sugar quotient found in dairy. It is recommended that you should have yogurt and you should include smaller portions of milk and other dairy products.

5. Stress management

In the current scenario, it is very essential that you should control on your stress. Stress induced weight gain has become a common phenomenon. When you get stressed, your body releases cortisol and this result in rise in the insulin levels. You often crave for high carbohydrate and sugary foods which lead to fat development.


You should also do exercises such as reverse curl with ball, roll like a ball, crunches and hover. Take care of your body by eating correct and doing exercises.

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