One of the best strategies to reduce weight is to eat less than you burn. Fat loss occurs throughout the body, including the abdomen.
Sugar is a key cause of belly obesity. High sugar intake causes insulin resistance, inflammation, and visceral fat.
Refined carbs are high in calories but low in nutrients. Sugary drinks, white bread, and processed cereals include these carbs.
Complex carbs from fruits and vegetables are healthier and lower in calories than refined carbohydrates.
Lean proteins come from nuts, beans, and meats. These can help minimize sugary snack cravings and increase fullness after eating.
A healthy diet needs fat, but not all fats are equal.Trans and saturated fats raise heart disease and stroke risk. They increase weight and visceral fat.
Exercise helps you reduce weight everywhere, even the belly. Fat reduction in some areas is impossible. Other activities may burn belly fat better than crunches and sit-ups.