Friday, May 30, 2014

Taking A Look At Foods To Avoid If You Want A Flat Belly

Lots of people deal with the fact that they want to lose weight - specifically in their stomach region - but they have no clue exactly what they need to do in order to achieve this, and regardless of how many miles they run or how many crunches they force themselves to do, they cannot seem to get rid of those love handles or that belly pouch; of course, one of the big reasons for this is that these people are simply going about things the wrong way - and one of the best ways to turn this around is to know the right foods to eat!

If losing belly fat is something you are hoping to do, it will be important that you start focusing less on how much "fat" you are putting into your body and more on how many carbohydrates you are putting into your body; because of the manner in which your body translates carbohydrates into sugar, your body ends up being unable to burn your stored-up fat for energy when you ingest too many carbs, and this leaves that belly fat looking exactly as it did before you took that three mile run!

Of course, not only will you want to avoid carbs (basically, breads, grains, and starches) because of the manner in which these are turned into sugar, but you will also want to avoid sugar itself; some people find this to be a difficult move to make, but once you start seeing your abs again, it will all be worth it!

And as you start cutting back on your intake of carbs and sugars, you should be aware of the fact that a lot of fruits are full of both; of course, fruits are good for you, but if you want to start shedding that belly fat, you will want to limit the fruits you are eating - and you will want to lean toward fruits such as berries and apples, and away from fruits such as bananas and melons.

As you apply these principles to your daily eating habits, you will find that it starts to become easier and easier - especially as you start seeing that belly fat disappearing and that stomach starting to look flat again.

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