Banish the Belly

Banish the Belly

Remember the old commercials that used to ask you if you could “pinch an inch” of fat around your middle?  Turns out, that was a pretty good question to ask.  Studies have found that it is not a good thing to have too much fat around your tummy.  Though a 6-pack of abs is something that we all wish we had, many of us simply do not. But for those who have a large amount of belly fat, it can be more than unsightly; it can be downright dangerous.  

Too much belly fat can be linked to, and boost your chances of getting, the following illness and diseases:

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Certain cancers (such as colon, esophagus, pancreas)
  • Chronic inflammation

For women, if your waist size is over 35-inches, you have too much belly fat.  For men, it’s 40-inches. Grab that measuring tape; how do you stack up?  If you measured over the recommended amount, you need to find a way to get rid of that belly fat.

Eat Right and Exercise

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times; the key to weight loss is to eat right and exercise.  Fresh fruits and veggies, whole grains, lean meat and fish, limited refined carbs and sugars; these are all great ways to eat healthy and to eat well. When it comes to exercise, anything you do to improve your movement will help, such as walking, dancing, yoga, even swimming.  It doesn’t have to be painful to get fit.

Heat It Up

A Deluxe Sauna Belt from WeightLoss-Solutions can help you reach your goal faster than diet and exercise alone. It works by holding in the heat and increasing your circulation, which will help you flush toxins from your body and get the sculpted look you desire around the middle. 

Don’t go it alone, extra help is available from WeightLoss-Solutions. Get rid of the inch (or several inches) around your middle and you won’t be able to pinch anything anymore.  


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