Doing Crunches Is Actually Making Your Waist Larger!



6 Ways To Shrink Your Belly (And 5 Don’t Include Exercise!)...

Getting toned stomach muscles might be the toughest factor with regards to lowering stomach fats. Crunches are usually seen as the simplest exercise that targets this muscle group, health specialists at the moment are proposing different more practical methods to shrink your stomach.

The factor with crunches is that they’ve proven ineffective in burning subcutaneous fats deposits and belly circumference, even when carried out 5 days every week for six weeks.

That’s why reducing stress in your life is one of the first steps to take owing to the fact that stress increases cortisol levels. Other things you should consider to reduce your cortisol levels include.

Getting enough sleep

Cutting down or cutting out refined sugar intake

Slowing down your breathing

Doing high-intensity interval training

Getting enough vitamin C

Consuming healthy fats such as the omega 3’s found in salmon, avocados and walnuts

The KEY Strategy for Reducing Belly Fat...

To start with, getting enough sleep is not only critical for regulating cortisol levels, but also for optimizing your circadian clock, which can seriously affect your metabolism and weight. As found in a study conducted by the University of Chicago, dieters who slept for 8.5 hours a night lost 55% more body fat over the course of two weeks than those who only got 5.5 hours of sleep a night.

Get a Flat Stomach: Secret Weapons of Weight Loss...

The most popular and effective dietary regime for perfect abs is the Abs Diet. The list actually includes a number of tasty, convenient foods called the Abs Diet Powerfoods. And, you don’t have to learn the list by heart.

You only need to remember the acronym: Almonds and other nuts, Beans and other legumes, Spinach and other green vegetables, Dairy (low-fat), Instant oatmeal, Eggs, Turkey and other lean meats, Peanut butter, Olive oil, Whole-grain breads and cereals, Extra-protein (whey) powder, Raspberries and other berries.

Almonds and other nuts (with skins)...

They build muscle, curb appetite, fight obesity, heart disease, muscle loss, wrinkles, cancer, and high blood pressure.

Beans and legumes...

They build muscle, stimulate fat-burning, regulate digestion, fight obesity, colon cancer, heart disease, and hypertension.