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Visceral fat or Belly Fat is located in the abdominal cavity around our vital organs. To lead a long and healthy life we must lose the excess fat.
It can be reduced by taking diet rich in fiber and protein.
Some sources are:
~ Fruits – watermelon, orange, apple, banana, strawberries
~ Dry Fruits — Almond, Walnut
~ Low fat diary products
Regular exercise is equally important along with healthy eating.
~ Cardio exercises like walking, jogging, swimming, aerobics will help in reducing weight.
~ Weight training will help to tone and develop muscle.
Sleep at least for 7-8 hours for a flat stomach.
Our brain releases a hormone called Cortisol when we are in stressful situation; it encourages the body to store fat, especially the belly. To relax,
~ Do meditation
~ Listen to music
~ Talk your heart out with people you confide in
For people who have a genetic tendency to store visceral fat,
~ Reduce the consumption of food that is high in sugar and saturated fat
~ Become more active and do targeted exercises
~ Since its in your heredity to store belly fat, it will require little more efforts to reduce it but it will definitely reduce with discipline.