You know that protein’s essential for a slimmer you. But here’s why protein really needs to play a prime roll on your plate: “Your body starts to produce more insulin as you age, since your muscle and fat cells aren’t responding to it properly,” explains Louis Aronne, M.D., director of the obesity clinic at Cornell University. Insulin promotes fat storage—especially around your belly—and a diet high in protein may protect you against insulin resistance, says Aronne. In one study, obese women who followed a diet for eight weeks that was roughly 30 perecent protein, 40 percent carbs, and 30 percent fat lost significantly more fat—including visceral pudge—than women who stuck to a plan that was 16 percent protein, 55 percent carbs, and 26 percent fat.
Even most personal trainers and athletes agree that the quality of your diet is the No. 1 factor to address in order to lose belly fat. Once you improve your eating habits, ab workouts and core exercises are like the icing on the cake. Doing about 2–4 ab workouts weekly can strengthen and define your midsection while you also work on losing body fat all over through improving your diet, sleep and stress.
Every day, your body flips back and forth between these fed and fasted states. Exercise done while your insulin levels are elevated and your body is still processing your last meal and insulin levels are high is fed training, and exercise done when your body has finished and insulin is low is fasted training.
Very fast and great answer Keith! Thank you very much! Now that you arrived to 9%bf, what are your goals now? In case of bulking, Mike recommends to arrive till 15%bf and re-cut to 10%bf and repeat (or 6% in case of shows, etc…). How much time of bulking do you think it will take to arrive to 15%bf having a +10%+15%caloric? aren’t you afraid in moving on to 15%bf because of all the hard work that it took you to achieve your 9%? This is a question for you and also for Mike in case he wants to give his opinion since it will be also very usefull, if we have a show in mind and we are in 15%bf, approximately how much time before shall we start cutting to be OK? Thank you!! 😀 😀
Okaaay….so you don’t believe that increasing body temperature that way will result in or increase weightloss? Is it better to work out when really relaxed after? Or Jacuzzi after workout? Hmmm who would know for sure?
Increased calorie-burning physical activity, such as jogging on a treadmill or pedaling an elliptical, will help prompt belly fat loss. Some of the first fat you lose when you exercise is dangerous visceral fat, but subcutaneous fat will reduce too, with time.
Cucumber is a water based vegetable that helps you to curb hunger. When feeling peckish, have some cucumber slices and a glass of water. You will feel satiated with a very small calorie hit. What’s more, all the fluid you’ve taken in in the vegetable and your glass of water will help you flush toxins.
These are the staple of my diet. I have them every day. Then I rotate other meals around them. These are the meals that give me a large proportion of my daily nutrients and calories without me even thinking about it.
Some diets preach weight loss and 6 pack abs if you remove all carbohydrates from your diet. That’s crazy. Your body needs carbohydrates for energy. When those are restricted you will purge on bread and pastas.
Robin Baccus I have been using Belly Blaster PM for one month now and am quite pleased. my stomach has decreased in size and I have lost at least four more pounds. I am now able to wear several pairs if pants that gaped in the front by around four inches, one month ago. Now they all fit easily. My confidence has increased. I know I have a ways to go but I am well on my way to getting there. Thank you for such a good product, they are rare to come by. I have to agree with Cindy Benoit it doesn’t make you have a BM every day, but I have more BM’s than I was before I started this product. Am looking forward to getting my next bottle, praying I get it before I run out. I don’t want to miss a step in the program.
Whether you’re an “apple” shape with excess belly fat, or a “pear” with wide hips and thighs, when you lose weight you’ll most likely lose proportionately more from the abdominal region than elsewhere.
A study conducted by the University of Virginia found that people who had 3 out of 5 cardio sessions per week with intervals burned more belly fat, although they technically burned the same calories during the workout itself. 
Set a goal first, like one or two pounds per week. Eat more in the morning than in the afternoon and evening. Drink a glass of water before eating so you feel full faster. Also, try exercising before you eat in the morning.