I don’t often write about something that sounded to me to be an exercise program, but as I read more I realized the article was talking about the foods we ate and how some foods will actually reduce stomach fat.
Moreover, a lot of foods in the grocery store will actually add belly fat quickly. Let me explain, a lot of foods we buy is ready to mix then heat and serve. Or frozen food that you just pop in the microwave, put it on a plate and serve. These foods are a combination or ingredients that the manufacturer puts in the packet or box. If you have to add anything it’s just milk or water. The manufacturer wants you to like the product but they have to make a profit so they’ll substitute ingredients with chemicals that taste like the real thing and it’s those chemicals, and you can see the ingredients on the box, that make the product addictive and fattening.
There are some simple foods that will reduce your belly fat, but we should stop eating foods that are putting on the fat first. The best way is to stop buying foods that are ready to eat. Be careful what kinds of food you order at a restaurant and try to prepare your meals yourself.
The foods that worked for me are eggs, avocados, cinnamon and dark chocolate. Eat them every day in small quantities. Real dark chocolate you find in the baking section this is not a candy and it’s not milk chocolate. Buy the cinnamon in the spice aisle and use it as a spice. I like it on breakfast cereal instead of sugar. You can cook with it and add it to coffee like you would sugar. Often I eat eggs for breakfast but they can be a snack when hard-boiled. I like avocados on a sandwich or on a salad.
Try these tips and watch the weight come off.
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