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Wanna lose belly fat
I'm 19 now and my weight is 55kgs since years, I want to reduce my belly, I tried every exercises,lost fat...but not belly, I don't have any issue in appearing fat but onlyvthing I want is flat stomach...pls help
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Things need detailed information about your meals and nutrition options and lifestyle then we can suggest that you choose direct consultation for proper guidance and help
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Hi, thank you for your enquiry. Fat loss is a gradual process. There is no quick fix approach . Following a healthy diet which has optimal amounts of  first class proteins, reduced carbohydrates  & healthy fats along with a structured exercise program that is balanced with weight training and cardio will surely help. You cannot target specific areas, fat is lost uniformly, but it may appear to go faster from the areas where you store less than the problem areas. Be consistent and patient. For personalised online diet and exercise guidance please contact us.
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Combination of balance meal plan and exercise is the key for belly fat loss it’s a slow process to lose belly fat right combinations will only work I understand your concern
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Better opt for personal consultation book your appointment on Practo www.foodfitness.in
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I completely understand your challenge. Fat around the belly is the toughest. It requires long term healthy habits. You'll need focus on what you are eating. Add some good quality fat, especially coconut and ghee. But do so under the guidance of a Nutritionist. We'll need to monitor your carbs and fat intake in order to prevent further weight gain.
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consult a nutritionist, I am available for online consults if you need. all the best :)
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Hi, Here are a few tips that will help you:- Exercise 40-45 minutes 4-5 times a week. Eat small frequent meals every 2 -3 hours Have whole grain cereals like millets and pulses Eat protein rich diet (especially post workout, it will help in building muscle) and improve metabolism. Eat proper breakfast, as 40% of day’s energy comes from breakfast. Include healthy fat in your diet like nuts - almonds and walnuts, seeds like pumpkin, watermelon, sunflower seeds, etc. Eat fiber rich diet, it will help to gain early satiety and help you feel full - include fruits and vegetables in your diet Avoid junk food, oily food, processed or canned foods. Drink a glass of water every hour daily to optimally hydrate the body. Note: the given prescription can change according to different conditions.
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Hi Hope you are doing fine. Spot reduction is myth so better focus on loosing overall fat and gaininh muscles automatic you want see good changes. Weight loss is multifactorial like diet, exercise,hormones, sleep and lifestyle so figure out what is going wrong in your schedule and fix that. Need more information about your lifestyle and eating pattern to help you better.
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Weight loss requires patience and deliverance. Balanced diet can help you achieve your weight loss, helps in natural and guaranteed results, which is lifelong!
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Contact me through practo direct consultation for further information surely help you
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Hello I have a few diet by which we can directly target ur belly fat. Consult directly
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hi Belly fat is stubborn fat, which can be reduced by following a healthy lifestyle, and a balanced diet with some regular exercise. Depending on your food habits we can suggest necessary changes. Not only belly but also overall fat percentage is important to take under consideration.
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personlised diet approch is suggested to get desired result
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Do regular exercise, avoid taking fat burning medication on your own
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Hello, If you focus on losing fat percentage, you can eventually lose belly fat as well. Consult me online for the detailed diet chart
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Hi! Belly fat is also called stubborn fat , and requires a proper diet with a set of exercises that focus on belly. Take a fresh fruit and raw vegetables daily , and continue your exercises. You may need to be on intermittent fasting to see better results! A detailed assessment is necessary to give you a suitable diet plan that works.
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Avoid crash diets , do not take any medication/supplement without expert advice.
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