6 Ways to Keep Visceral Fat in Check.
- Exercise, exercise, exercise. Did I say exercise? A minimum of 30 minutes, 6 days a week. An hour would be even better. Sweat, sweat, sweat. Did I say sweat?
- Aerobics (taking in as much oxygen as you are burning) are good but anaerobic (deficit of oxygen such as weight training) builds muscle. And, muscle burns fat. Fat doesn’t burn fat.
- Don’t forget to take your HCG with HGH.
- Cut out the alcohol. Not only does alcohol carry lots of empty sugar calories, it also interferes with sleep rhythms. Sleep studies show that the sleep you get while under this central nervous system depressant is not real sleep. Yes, you are out, at least for a while but the body isn’t resting in a truly healthful fashion. They don’t call it a beer belly for nothing.
- Pay attention to your stress level. Stressed out bodies release cortisol and insulin. High cortisol levels are associated with increased appetite and fat production.
- Sleep. Not getting enough sleep could be making you gain weight.
According to a review of recent research published in the journal “Archives of Disease in Childhood,” a link has been found between not enough sleep and obesity. The study, using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I found that people who got less than seven hours of sleep a night were more likely to be obese. These same people were also more likely to develop obesity in the future. The same study found that people who got six hours of sleep each night were 27 percent more likely to become obese than those getting seven to nine hours of sleep. Other studies have indicated that sleep deprivation affects a chemical imbalance of leptin and ghrelin. Leptin, known as the “fullness hormone,” went down with sleep deprivation. Ghrelin, known as the “hunger hormone,” tended to be higher with sleep deprivation. Thus, a sleep deprived individual will be more likely to feel hungry and less likely to feel full. It is well established that most people experience a drop in energy around mid-afternoon, when their homeostatic pressure to sleep briefly overwhelms the circadian signal to remain awake. Take a nap. There is no shame—and tomes of positive evidence—in shutting your eyes for 30 minutes in the afternoon. A paucity of sleep inhibits the production of insulin which interferes with the body’s ability to burn off extra calories, this of course leads to more belly fat. Buy HCG