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5 types of bellies and how to get rid of them

5 types of belly
Many girls hesitate to put on a bikini, because their body is corrupted by a terrible thing – fat tummy. Most of us think that the best way to get a flat stomach is hundreds of exercises at the gym. However, according to experts, this is not so.
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To successfully restore the figure to its original form, you need to find out the cause of the appearance of fat on the abdomen, eliminate it and bring the body back to normal. Changes in the habitual rhythm of life, eating habits and work always affect the human body (2). To get rid of fat on the stomach with a minimum of effort, determine the type of your abdomen and begin to actively act on the elimination of fat (1). There five kinds of tummies. Let’s read about all of them and find out how it is possible to slim them:
5 types of bellies and how to get rid of them

#1. Stressed belly.

Such a stomach, as the name implies, appears due to stress. Most of the fat in this abdomen is in the front and in the navel area (3). To the touch, the stomach is harder than soft. You need to remove stress, to limit coffee consumption and eat more foods containing magnesium.
Stressed belly

#2. Hormonal belly.

If your belly feels like a cushion on each side, this means that you have a hormonal failure. In order to get rid of this belly, you need to limit low-fat food and to eat more avocados, fish, nuts and eggs.

Hormonal belly

#3. Bloated belly.

Such a stomach appears because of a bad diet or because of the intolerance of some foods, allergies. As a rule, the stomach is flat in the morning, but appears in the afternoon, because there are too many gases in the intestine and indigestion occurs. The best idea is to start exercising. You need to do more cardio exercises and to sleep better.

#4. Alcohol belly.

If you drink a lot of beer, you can have such belly. You task is to limit alcohol consumption and to eat more fruit and vegetables.

Alcohol belly

#5. Mommy belly.

If you have such a tummy, then you have given birth to a child not so long ago. Add more foods containing useful fat: fish, nuts, oils and olives.

Mommy belly

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DISCLAIMER:

This article is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional advice or help and should not be relied on to make decisions of any kind. Any action you take upon the information presented in this article is strictly at your own risk and responsibility!

SOURCES:

  1. Belly fat in women: Taking — and keeping — it off (2019, mayoclinic.org)
  2. Changing Your Habits for Better Health (2019, niddk.nih.gov)
  3. Consumer Health: Women’s heart health risk from belly fat (2019, mayoclinic.org)
Kristen Fleming

Kristen Fleming

I am a U.S. educated and trained Registered Dietitian (MS, RD, CNSC) with clinical and international development experience. I have experience conducting systematic reviews and evaluating the scientific literature both as a graduate student and later to inform my own evidence-based practice as an RD. I am currently based in Lusaka, Zambia after my Peace Corps service was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic and looking for some meaningful work to do as I figure out next steps. This would be my first freelance project, but I am a diligent worker and quite used to independent and self-motivated work.

Kristen Fleming, MS, RD, CNSC

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