Belly Fat: Fight the Flab Without Surgery


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Aug 29, 2012
Statistics Canada released a report based on the calculation of body mass index(BMI) showing that the number of overweight or obese people is increasing steadily in our country. We can blame our poor dietary habits, or a lifestyle that is predominately sedentary, as well as the junk food we eat every. So, what is your diet and lifestyle like? You should know that an excess of fat can be a threat to your well being and also risky for your health, especially if it’s located in the abdominal area. The heart, but also other vital organs can be affected by belly fat and it is blamed for a number of health concerns, including heart disease, cancer and stroke. Another health concern caused by belly fat excess is that the chance that you won’t be able to process insulin may develop, potentially leading to Type 2 diabetes. In Canada the number of new cases of diabetes has reached 60.000 annually. Women usually have a higher amount of body fat than men, but in most cases the abdominal area is not the one affected by fat. For men there is a whole other situation, because the stomach is the place where cellulite has the tendency to develop, so spare tires, love handles and of course pot bellies are usually common “male” problems. There are some things that can be done to lose belly fat. The most popular way to get rid of belly fat is a healthy diet and exercise. It’s important to decrease the amount of food consumption, and to increase the energy expended by planing a healthy diet and exercise regimen. But you should be careful not to go overboard. Malnutrition can adversely affect your health and the process of losing weight will became more difficult. Burning calories throughout the day is very important, so building muscles can be a solution that will also help you boost your metabolism. Alcohol intake should be limited, because drinking a few beers, or other alcoholic drinks, will surpass the daily caloric requirement of your body and also increase your appetite. Cosmetic procedures like tummy tucks, liposuction or non surgical body contouring treatments like VelaShape and Venus Freeze can eliminate the excess of fat that lies right underneath your skin. While surgical procedures physically remove the fat, nonsurgical treatments like Venus Freeze Body Contouring blast the fat with RF energy, causing fat cells to disperse and thereby reducing their presence. The fat that surrounds internal organs is the most dangerous, and unfortunately it cannot be removed with cosmetic procedures. This is the reason why a healthy lifestyle is necessary before and after a surgery. No aesthetic treatment can be used as a weight loss method. Following all there tips will help you maintain results and also reduce visceral fat. This article was brought to you by Body Contouring Toronto Share Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace Share on Orkut share via Reddit Share on identica Share with Stumblers Share on technorati Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Bookmark in Browser