how do i lose belly fat (lower mainly) fast?!?!?!?
Topic: how do i lose belly fat (lower mainly) fast?!?!?!?
November 14, 2019 / By Cristina Question:
i am 34 in. (bottom belly part)
32 in. (on the belly button)
31 in. (upper belly part)
and 30.5 (on my rib!!!)
im not even 14 and im a girl so its kinda hard for me to lose weight i play softball basketball and volleyball for my school but right now softball is going on. how can i lose weight fast cause im going to the movies with my friends in a few weeks for the midnight permeir and i dont want to be like this big cause im the biggest person on my softball team so please help me!!!!!!!!!! I don't care if i have to exercise to get it off i just want it off and i don't want to have to pay anything!!! i have a weight lifting set and some dumbbells and i also have a bench for crunches so any good workouts or diets i should do for the next few weeksish month?!?!?!?!?!?! please help me!!!!!!!!!
Best Answers: how do i lose belly fat (lower mainly) fast?!?!?!?
Bettina | 8 days ago
You can not 'spot lose' body fat. If you eat correctly your body will gain or lose body fat proportionatly throughout your whole body. That being said, grab a plate, put some protein on it about the size of your palm. Then fill the rest of the plate with vegetables. Cup your hand and fill it with healthy fats, such as almonds, macadamia nuts, or olives. That’s a meal. Eat that every 3-4 hours.
If you eat like that, and move around a lot, such as sports, hobbies, or exercise, you will be just fine.
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Originally Answered: How to lose lower belly fat? ?
You can't lose fat in just one area, but you can gain muscle. Either aim to gain muscles to disguise it, or lose fat all over and hope it doesn't affect the good areas too much.
dont eat after 7:00 at night. and i belly dance. just put on some music and start dancing. u can lock urself in a room so nobody would see. and do 200 crunches a day. crunches r better than situps :) i did this for a week and i lost alot of belly fat
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Do a 150 to 200 sit ups (crunches) a day. You'll start seeing results in 10 days! Along with a healthy diet.
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Enjoy your treats away from home. Pop to the ice cream parlour to get a scoop of your favourite tastiness, or plan a meal treat with friends on the weekend. Turning your cravings into the adventure takes the temptation beyond snacking at home.
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Pineapple: Nibble about it to break down the proteins with your main meal and kick start your metabolism.
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wiggle while you watch for 40 minutes fidgeters burn up to 350 more calories a day than couch potatoes
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Brightly coloured turmeric not only makes your curries taste fab, nonetheless it contains curcumin, an active ingredient that in time breaks down high-protein dishes, burns fat as well as holds back the growth regarding new fat tissue, according on the Journal of Nutrition.
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Originally Answered: i have a pain in my lower abdomen on the right of my belly button?
Signs and symptoms
Appendicitis can cause a variety of symptoms that may change over time. The most common early symptom is an aching pain around your navel that often shifts later to your lower right abdomen. As the inflammation in your appendix spreads to nearby tissues, especially the inner lining (peritoneum) of your abdomen, the pain may become sharper and more severe.
Eventually, the pain tends to settle in your lower right abdomen ¾ near your appendix at what's known as McBurney point. This point is about halfway between your navel and the top of your right pelvic bone. But the location of your pain may vary, depending on your age and the position of your appendix. Young children, especially, may have appendicitis pain in different places.
If you apply gentle pressure to the area that hurts, it will feel tender. As you release the pressure, especially if you do it suddenly, appendicitis pain often will feel worse (rebound tenderness). It will also tend to get worse if you cough, walk or make other jarring movements. This is particularly true if the inflamed appendix is touching the peritoneum — the silk-like membrane that lines the inner abdominal wall and enfolds the intestines. The pain may lessen somewhat if you lie on your side and pull your knees up toward your chest.
In addition to pain, you may have one or more of the following signs and symptoms:
Nausea and sometimes vomiting
Loss of appetite
A low-grade fever that starts after other signs and symptoms appear
An inability to pass gas