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  1. #11
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    Feb 2018
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    Post 4 Steps to Lose Belly Fat in 1 Week

    four steps to lose belly fat in a
    week tonight is your date night with
    that handsome co-worker whom you've been
    flirting with for the whole week you
    open your wardrobe and browse through
    all of your clothes this won't fit this
    is too tight this will emphasize your
    flabby belly well jeans and sweater then
    not too romantic but at least no one
    won't notice that you skipped your
    workouts this week okay this month
    do you recognize yourself if you nodded
    you are on the right track to shape your
    body in just a week and then wear any
    the outfit that suits the occasion let's get
    into action here are four simple steps
    1 never stop moving movement is life
    jogging running biking swimming anything
    that gets your heart rate up will do it
    will help you burn calories and improve
    your health too you can also take long
    walks cardio exercises is one of the
    most effective forms of training for
    reducing belly fat

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by vinaigrefr.com View Post
    Here is what you need to do.

    Cut out all sugars and other processed junk.
    2. Eliminate all drinks except water. Drink enough water to make your urine clear.

    3. Add some vegetables into your diet, you can eat as much veggies as you want.

    4. Add some high quality proteins. It could be whey protein, or chicken breast or fish. Eat up to 1 gm of protein per pound of your body weight.

    5. Then comes the carbs: This one is a little tricky and probably the topic of most bro arguments online. While cutting carbs does help with weight loss, itís not advised to be on a low carb diet all year. During the early phases of your weight loss journey, Iíd argue to cut out carbs to as low as you can get away with. If youíre feeling dizzy, however, just take some damn carbs.
    Absolutely right! But it is easier said than done. Nearly two thirds of those who do not report daily mental health problems eat fresh fruit or fruit juice every day, compared with less than half of those who do report daily mental health problems. This pattern is similar for fresh vegetables and salad. Those who report some level of mental health problem also eat fewer healthy foods (fresh fruit and vegetables, organic foods and meals made from scratch) and more unhealthy foods (chips and crisps, chocolate, ready meals and takeaways).



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