burning bellly fat questions?
Topic: burning bellly fat questions?
June 18, 2019 / By Briony Question:
i heard that cocunut oil is good for belly fat? is that true, and how do u use it? i have the same question about CLA vitamins too, what foods burn belly fat too? btw im exercising as well
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Alica | 9 days ago
you wasting your time with these vitamins foods or any other supplements there are no short cuts to weight loss, you have to exercise exercise and more exercise. To lose belly fat you have to reduce your overall % body fat, each time you burn fat it could be from your stomach, legs, back anywhere lol only way to really lose belly fat is to lose all fat together :s do cardio + diet
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Originally Answered: A few questions about burning fat?
Statistics show that cardio in the morning is the most effective. Depending on your fitness level, eating before or after can have different effects. If you just want to burn fat, eating after is better. Your body will use up calories in stored fat cells first, it will take some time for your meal's calories to even be used.
Proteins are much better suited to boost metabolism but I would choose greens that are high in water content. Spinach is my favourite in this category. Check out the link below from my Favourites.
I am not too sure about spice being a booster.
The game Dance Dance Revolution is a fun way to burn calories if you like dancing, and don't feel like just dancing. I set a time to play for a half hour a day, and ended up playing for close to three hours a day because it was so much fun... lol. My Playstation wire broke :( so I haven't been able to play in a few months, but I loved it. Just about everything you do burns some amount of calories even simple things such as cleaning your house burns calories. Right now I play a few mild games of basketball with some friends, or go for a long walk for exercise(I can't run due to hurting my ankle really bad when I was younger.. DDR was helping to strengthen my ankle again, but now that I can't play it, my ankle will swell up if I try to do anything too rough then it hurts for at least two weeks =/ ). Any active interests you have do those things when you have time, whether its sports, dancing, walking, rollerblading, skateboarding, etc, etc.. It's all good for burning calories.
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Go to youtube.com and type in Dr. Neal Barnard. He has a lot of videos you can watch. I recommend his series of 4 short videos. Total time less than an hour.
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alcohol has calories too you know sub three drinks a week for lighter versions to drop a pound a year
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identify the emotional triggers that lead you to seek unhealthy comfort food picture your goal weight the next time a trigger strikes to help you resist temptation
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Originally Answered: Questions about the Indiana Bat or Myotis Sodalis, really urgent, some of thesse questions apply to all bats URGENT! REALLY APPRECIATED?
What you are asking here, is a bit beyond the scope of YA.
Molecular biology is not very comprehensive and little study where bats are concerned, Genetics and DNA are an exception and you will have to resort to university research for information on that.
>Nutrition: Like most of north Americas small bats, these mammals are devout insectivores (carnivorous) they forage on flying insects like mosquitoes and moths and will also take prey items like meal worms in the lab.
>Transport: Primarily sustained flight.
>regulation: these bats can keep themselves cool in hot weather going into a state of torpor to reduce body temperature, and hibernate during colder months.
Skeletal: Strikingly similar to humans or primates, two arms, 4 digits with opposing thumbs, foot structure similar to primates.
Other biological functions are mammalian.
Evolution: their history dates back 64 million years with ancestry, suggested reading,Ecology and Evolution 3, 103-114. Online publication date: 1-Jan-2013
Natural selection: Studies of chromosomal changes and adaptations based on their native region is an ongoing study.
Hence their common name "Indiana bat".
Now I love bats and done much of my own research in chiropterology, but I really know little about this species of bat other that their differences and similarities with other native bats.
Your listing of criteria in research, surely one would be given a good month to research this, a very tall order.
Even I had to dig for some reference, so hope this helps..
More: from your comment, I will say it would not be possible to compile this amount of research in two days, I just spent over 1 hour skimming what little I could find, and much is my own research over years.