Easiest & Best Way to Loose Belly Fat

Due to sedentary lifestyles and bad eating habits, obesity around the world has been increasing on an alarming rate making it an epidemic related with almost every modern disease known. Excess fat on any body part is unappealing and unhealthy however, the most health concerning is your belly fat. There are two types of fat that you have in your abdominal area.

1 - Subcutaneous Fat - On top of the abdominal muscles.
2 - Visceral Fat - Below the abdominal muscles.

Although both subcutaneous fat and visceral fat in the abdominal area are of serious health risk factors, visceral fat in particular is of specific concern as it surrounds critical organs and effects their functionality. These fat cells are biologically active and secrete dozens of hormones and other chemicals that affect nearly every organ system in the body. When your visceral fat is minimal or normal, these hormones and chemicals keep you healthy. But if you are high on visceral fat, these fat cells release excess amounts of hormones and chemicals than your body needs increasing your risk of metabolic disorders, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, sleep apnea, various forms of cancer, and other degenerative diseases.

A woman who is obese has many extra fat cells that are busy churning out estrogen. All those extra hormones can fuel the growth of breast tumors. Both men and women with excessive belly fat also have an increased risk of colorectal cancer.

Even the brain can be impacted by excessive abdominal fat. A 2005 study of older people linked larger bellies with declines in memory and language. Extra belly fat also carries an increased risk for dementia and asthma.

Dangerous substances produced by visceral fat pour straight into the liver. Free fatty acids are one of these substances which disrupts the liver's production of fats and offsets the balance of LDL and HDL cholesterol. These fatty acids also increase the risk of fatty liver disease and hepatitis B.

Having excess abdominal weight may lower one’s lung function, regardless of a person’s age, smoking history, or body mass index, according to a 2009 study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.

Access visceral fat is also linked to less Adiponectin Production. Adiponectin is a stress and inflammation reducing chemical related to the hunger controlling hormone leptin. Therefore it is an issue of high concerned if your waist measurements are more than 36 inches in men and 32 inches in women (considering average hight).


Belly fat responds especially well with guaranteed results to the combination of the following:-

Easy Exercise Routine
- Kpalbhati Yoga - Be it sitting if front of the TV or on your work chair, you may do this throughout the day - EVERYDAY

- Airbike Exercise - 10 minutes in the morning and 10 minutes in the evening - EVERYDAY

- Any Aerobic Exercise of your choice - 20 minutes - 3 TIMES A WEEK

Make Healthy Food Choices
-What you eat is what you are literally so 'stop eating all junk food'.
-Eliminate trans fats and saturated fats in cooking by choosing unsaturated fats.
-Avoid all Processed foods including refined flours & sugars and Canned/dead foods.
-Limit your salt/sodium and alcohol consumption and stop smoking.
-Boost your Calcium, Vitamin D and Magnesium intakes which helps you loose weight.
-To make sure you get all of the nutrients and other substances needed for health, choose the recommended number of daily servings from each of the five major food groups: grains, vegetables, fruits, milk, meat and beans.

Intermittent Fasting
It force the body into starvation mode making it shed fat and causing it to store fat more efficiently later on.

Get your Sleep right
Under or over sleep can have a direct effect on the visceral fat. Sleep no less that 6 hours and no more than 9 hours a day.

For related articles on Weight-Loss, please click here.