How To Lose Visceral Fat?

Losing visceral fats can be a challenge as you grow older, but following the right eating habits can help. Here are 4 eating habits that will help you lose visceral fats as you age.

How To Lose Visceral Fat?

Not all fat in your body is the same. For example, much of the fat around your abdomen is known as visceral fat, which is also known as "bad" fat and the most harmful one. When this type of fat accumulates around your vital internal organs, the risk of you having certain complicated diseases is extremely high.

As you get older, unfortunately, your chances of having excess visceral fat are drastically high. The good news, however, is that you can start to lose excess visceral fat around your abdominal area by exercising and incorporating healthy eating habits.

1. Lower your Sugar Intake

Sugar Intake

Cutting down on sugar or simply avoiding drinks that are high in sugar is one of the best ways to lose visceral fat as you get older. Studies have shown that excess sugar consumption leads to undesired fat which is then stored in the abdomen. 

2. Track your Calories Intake

Calorie Intake

In addition, tracking down your calorie intake daily as you get older is yet another useful tip. Although some people may find this process boring. In order to have a good idea of what your body requires, you need to keep doing it for a short period of time to see the results.

3. Consume the majority of your calories prior to dinner

Calories Intake

Similarly, another unhealthy habit that encourages visceral fat and which most of the time goes unnoticed by many people who are trying to lose weight is, consuming the majority of their calories in the evening during dinner time.

Our body processes food easier during the day because, with all the energy required, that’s when insulin is more effective. Insulin is the hormone that transfers digestive-produced glucose to cells and uses it back as energy. As the day go by, eating a large amount of food during the evening time will increase your chances of storing whatever you consume as fat, bad fats. And that's a fact, it's not something that you want as you get older.

4. Include Whole Grains in your meal

Whole grains meal

If you're trying to lose weight this year, it might be time to eliminate white bread and refined carbs from your meal. According to MS Elizabeth Ward, co-author of the Menopause Diet Plan, “consuming whole grains food instead of highly refined grains is connected with a lower risk of excessive visceral fat.” Now it’s your turn to take some action!

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