Diet for losing belly fat in 1 week
Belly fat is different than the fat you can pinch. When you feel like you can’t suck in your gut but feel like there isn’t that much to pinch around your stomach, that’s the difference between “subcutanous fat and visceral fat”. Visceral fat is fat that fills your abdomen and surrounds your organs. Losing this type of fat involves more than just counting calories. It involves eating in such a way that your hormones and insulin are in balance and your body doesn’t feel the need to store fat around your organs. Processed foods, carbs and stress are the enemy to having a slim stomach.
Below is a great sample diet that works to release fat stored around your organs. The trick of this diet is to provide the maximum nutrients with minimal calories, fats and sugars. In this diet it is recommended that you:
Do 6 meals a day, eating every 3 hours;
Drink at least 2 liters of water or green tea a day;
Eat a different salad every day and a piece of meat, fish or chicken that fits in the palm of your hand;
Eat 2 pieces of fruit a day, every day, preferably with less sugar;
Have 2 yogurts with live lactobacilli a day, such as yakult, because it will facilitate intestinal transit by decreasing abdominal swelling;
Eat less salt, choosing herbs and seasoning salads with lemon, for example;
Take 1 cup of boldo tea a half hour before lunch and dinner because it fights flatulency and so diminishes belly swelling.
Weight loss programs that have lasting effects are those that include regular physical activity and dietary reeducation, but within a week it is possible to achieve visible results, but to complement this rapid treatment you can also resort to aesthetic treatments such as lipo cavitation, radio frequency and lymphatic drainage to eliminate excess fluid, fat and give firmness to the skin