We all know most working women, homemakers, mothers, and nerdy teens have one recurring dream, that is to get the perfect curves at the right place and a flat belly. Exercising seems impossible, given their tight schedules, so it is easy to give up all hopes of living that dream. There is no doubt that a balanced diet and a good exercise routine will get you those envious flat abs, but don’t worry if exercising is not your thing.
These 3 simple pointers will let you know how to reduce tummy without exercise. It helped me lose fat in my abdominal area in as little as 7 days.
Pointer #1 – Reduce Bloating
We’ve all experienced it at some point or other in our lives. The thing is that when we’re feeling it, we feel lousy. It’s hard to enjoy your day if you’re feeling bloated: You’re uncomfortable in your clothes, and feeling confident doesn’t come easily if you feel like your stomach has grown three sizes in a day. Although bloating is sometimes caused by serious medical conditions, it is most often caused by the diet and some foods or ingredients you are intolerant to.
Here are a few ways to eliminate or reduce bloating.
- Avoid Overeating
- Rule Out Food Allergies and Intolerances to Common Foods
- Avoid Swallowing Air and Gases
- Avoid Foods That Give You Gas
- Watch Your Sugar Alcohols Intake
- Don’t Be Constipated
- Peppermint Oil/Tea
- Use Probiotics
- Skip Salts
- Drink Lots Of Water
- Move Your Body
Pointer #2 – Get rid of water weight
Water retention occurs when excess fluids build up inside your body. It is also known as fluid retention or edema. Water retention occurs in the circulatory system or within tissues and cavities. It can cause swelling in the hands, feet, ankles, and legs.
If you’re trying to lose weight with diet and exercise, daily weight fluctuations on the scale can be frustrating. It can be hard to tell if your program is working when the scale bounces up and down. But those daily weight changes are often due to water retention. So how do you get rid of water weight?
Here are a few ways to eliminate or get rid of your water weight.
- Avoid Refined Carbs
- Eat Less Salt
- Increase Your Magnesium Intake
- Increase Vitamin B6 Intake
- Eat More Potassium-Rich Foods
- Try Taking Dandelion
- Drink More Water
- Move Around More
Pointer #3 – Total Lifestyle Change & Diet
Sometimes losing weight isn’t that difficult, but keeping it off is extremely hard. You get encouraged when you see the weight dropping, then at some point, you hit a plateau and all that confidence you had before starts to go down the drain.
That is a time where you need to really start pushing yourself. Don’t let yourself get discouraged because that is when the weight starts to creep back into your life.
When you want to make sure the weight you’ve lost stays off, it is only going to take a few lifestyle changes that’ll keep you over the edge. The following tips are ways that will help you keep that weight you worked so hard to get off, stay away from you for good.
It might sound cliche, but losing weight, no matter how much you weigh, all comes down to the lifestyle that you wish to live.
If your life is filled with junk food, booze, and little sleep, then you have an uphill battle to keeping the weight off. Nobody is saying you can’t have fun, but your body performs a certain way and when you go against it then the unwanted weight is gained.
None of these lifestyle changes are overly dramatic. Many of them simply involve changing your mindset. If you can do that you’ll be amazed at how much you can change.
Here are a few ways to change your diet and lifestyle.
- Change Your Workout
- Consume More Food With Fibre
- Eat Your Veggies First
- Avoid Processed Foods At All Cost
- Eat Slower
- Add More Popcorn
- Get the Right Portion Sizes
- Add Protein and Fiber to Your Breakfast
- Reduce Added Sugar Intake
- Don’t Drink Your Calories
- Switch to a Keto Diet