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Best Ways to get Rid of Beer Belly

Best Ways to get Rid of Beer Belly - People want to get rid get rid of beer belly fast for different reasons. Some people don't like the wobbly look of their abdomen; others do it to avoid being the butt of jokes. But do you know that apart from these trivial reasons, the most important reason why you should get rid of beer belly fast is because of the health risk associated with your deep abdominal fat. If your abdomen bulges outwards and is as big as your hips if not bigger, then be assured that you are in great danger. In this article I will tell you of a few things you can do to get rid of belly fat.

First of all, bear in mind that positive thoughts lead to excellence. So, before all, you need to have keep your thoughts positive. One way to do this is to make an affirmation every morning: I am reclaiming my waistline because I am committed to improving my health.

Make a commitment now to make changes in at least two areas of your life.

The amount of energy input: - You'll only eat complex carbohydrates, protein, fresh fruit and vegetables, and you'll do some exercise. And no, you don't have to join a gym.

Commit to a three month program: - Even if you have a few lapses, map out three months on your calendar, and don't be tempted to give up.

One way to track your work towards progress towards getting rid of beer belly is to keep good records. On the first day, take a measurement of your waist (just above your navel), and at the widest part of your hips. Take a note of these measurements and keep them in a safe place. Each month, take the measurements again.


Best Ways to get Rid of Beer Belly


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