Why abdominal fat is dangerous
Extra fat, as a rule, is something we all want to get rid of. Depending on where our bodies store the excess fat would decide how risky it is for our health. Based on this premise, abdominal fat is riskiest. Fat around the abdomen is worst, while the flab around the hips, thighs, and buttocks is slightly less risky.
So – a large waist that is greater than 40 inches for men or 35 inches for women means a higher risk of developing serious illnesses such as heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and abnormal cholesterol.
Tackling that belly fat
Reducing calorie intake and adopting a balanced diet is the next step. This means including fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, etc. in your diet that you don’t load on the calories yet feel full. It also means staying away from fatty, fried and sugary foods. And oh, go easy on the alcohol as it has been linked to speeding up belly fat deposits.
The third step is eliminating or handling stress – as stress is connected to putting on belly fat. Think relaxation techniques.
Thus – fight that belly fat with exercise, a healthy diet and stress management – and feel the difference in your overall health!
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