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    Decrease Belly Fat and Boost your Health... Here is How.

    Saturday, October 19, 2019

    Did you know that belly fat is one of the most harmful forms of fat??? 


     Belly fat is an indicator that your cortisol levels (the stress hormone that increases aging and all kinds of health problems) is way too high.  
    Fortunately, a dedicated lifestyle change of moderate exercise (as simple as walking 10,000 steps a day) and eating the right foods will significantly lower cortisol levels. 

    Here are 5 foods proven to help target belly fat and boost the immune system.  

    1.  Grass-fed Beef  

    Grass-fed beef has more levels of CLA ( A fatty acid shown to naturally stimulate weight loss)  than grain fed-beef and it’s super rich in fat burning Omega-3 fatty acid.

    Beef it up baby!
    2. Green and Black Tea

    Thanks to its naturally occurring polyphenols and flavonoids, tea cuts cortisol levels in the blood and gives a sense of relaxation.  Drink tea before meals and you will eat less.

    3. Avocado

    Spread on the guacamole.  Avocado is loaded with monounsaturated fat that is proven to reduce inflammation that leads to belly fat.


    Ohhhhh yea... Hello skinny jeans.

    4. Full-fat dairy

    Full fat dairy such as, yogurt and cheese are high in antioxidants, vitamins B2 and B12, as well as protein and calcium. The protein lactium has a calming effect by lowering blood pressure, while the potassium in milk can help relieve muscle spasms triggered by feeling tense.  A lot of low-fat dairy has nutrition pulled out and sugar added.


    5. Kiwi

    Who knew?! Kiwi contains a significant amount of omega 3’s and studies have shown that two kiwi fruits eaten an hour before bedtime may improve sleep quality and duration without the side effects associated with sleeping pills. 


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