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24- May-2017

Going on 40's: 5 Easy Tips to lose fat*

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Dt. Chhavi Goel Manglik
Dt. Chhavi Goel Manglik
Certified Diabetic Educator

With growing age, fat becomes stubborn, especially for women. In the 40ies, it is not easy for them to lose fat, and often they get easily fatigued and stressed. Hence, in this article, I provide easy tips to reduce belly and raise metabolism via diet and easily doable aids.

To lose fat is a long process if you need a good and sustained result. At all ages, the metabolism is rigorously overseen and ruled by genes, and it is also determined by the diet we consume. Our diet is directly proportional to the body’s rate of metabolism. To reduce belly fat, it is important to raise the body’s metabolism. Today, we are surrounded by high pressure and workloads that leave little or no time to even cook or eat. People, especially in urban areas, often survive on a steady junk and processed foods diet, which affects the metabolism and is responsible for accumulation of fat, which completely defeats the purposes of good health, balanced weight and fitness.

Wrong diet is the main cause of both genders, but more consistent in women, losing muscle mass. This leads to a very rapid drop in the metabolic activity. Thereafter, it decelerates the levels of calories and fat being burnt by the body. Women, especially those at the age of 40 or above find it even more difficult to lose fat and reduce belly flab due to their decreased muscle mass and tone. Let us examine five easy and simple tips that will help you to lose fat and reduce belly jiggles and tires:

1. Estrogen boosting foods

At the age of 40, women’s bodies experience declines in the levels of estrogen (due to slower production of estrogen). At this stage, the women’s bodies start depositing offsets for estrogen like in fat cells, which result in weight gain and muscle loss and make it more difficult to lose fat. Low levels of estrogen also decreases bone strength and cause joint pain. Therefore, it is advisable to include estrogen boosting foods in the diet such as Red Clover herb, Kale, zucchini, flaxseed oil softgels, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, green cabbage, apricots, blueberries, cherries, cucumber, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts.

2. Fat burning foods

Some foods have a very high thermogenic effect, which is why they called fat burning foods. These types of foods help in decrease belly fat through fat metabolism and increase energy expenditure to burn calories. This food category includes whole foods, vegetables and fruits, pasture-raised meats, eggs, poultry, flaxseed oil etc. All of these in the diet help in boosting women’s metabolism and aid the process to lose fat. Along with these diet inclusions, I also recommend LOSE FAT™ from BestSource Nutrition.This supplement’s mixture of five natural ingredients, which are all clinically proven, effectively enhance the weight loss process. LOSE FAT™ is a balanced combination of Garcinia cambogia (to suppress appetite), Green coffee bean (to increases exercise endurance), Green tea (to increase thermogenesis), Grape seed (a powerful antioxidant) and cinnamon (to regulate blood sugar).

3. Complex carbs and plenty of natural fluids

Food is very powerful. If you want to reduce belly flab and have tight supple skin, then do take care of the daily diet. At the age of 40, when the body’s metabolism become very slow, women must make some changes in the diet. This includes using complex carbs over the simpler one (multigrain flour or bread over refined flour) and adding high biological protein (pulses, eggs), colorful fruits, and green vegetables to the diet. These foods help to trigger the body’s metabolism, which leads women to lose fat with less effort. Along with these changes, adding some healthy drinks such as Chamomile tea, green tea, lemon water, coconut water etc. can help in flushing out toxins from the body, making the skin look firm, supple and young.

4. Become health aware and alert

Age 40 is a milestone when the risk of health problems increases due to work pressure, growing children, family responsibility etc. All these things contribute to making women deprioritizing their health. However, 40 is the right time to evaluate your well being and start a routine for lifelong good health. Obesity or central obesity can lead to the risk of multiple diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis etc. The first step to prevent or correct any health problem is to reduce belly and overall body weight through increasing exercise or activity levels and some changes in the diet such as opting for fruit & vegetable smoothie, coconut water, energy bars, protein shakes instead of fizzy drinks or colas. Along with this, add dietary supplements to your diet to correct a flagging metabolism that can automatically help you to manage your body weight. LOSE FAT™ from BestSource Nutrition helps in enhancing the metabolism and helps women to lose weight more conveniently.

5. Water5>

In the forties, it is important to focus on drinking pure, clean and filtered water. More often than not, if you believe you are feeling hungry, you may probably just be thirsty. As the body is made up of 70% water, it is very important to maintain the quantity of fluids in your system. Try adding lemonade, coconut water, herbal teas such as Red Clover & Chamomile herb etc. to reduce hunger pangs. Water helps the digestion process, makes you feel fuller, and enhances the functions of all bodily organs when one is well hydrated. Drinking water or similar beverages helps in expelling toxins from the body. It also rejuvenates and transforms the skin to young look.

After age 40, the body is inclined to lose collagen more rapidly. With the age approaching the premenopausal stage, women may experience a raised level of generalized weakness. Thus, it becomes important for woman to include some form of exercise in the daily routine. It could be as simple as walking for 20-30 minutes or can be as complex as your own physical ability. To lose fat and reduce belly flab, it is necessary to remember, “70% of body is built in the kitchen and 30% in the gym”.

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