Belly obesity is the deposition of excess fat in the midsection of the body. Belly fat increases the risk of heart disorders, diabetes, cancers, etc. Belly fat can be reduced by avoiding sugar intake, increasing protein intake, having fiber-rich food, regular exercise, etc.
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Query: Hello doctor, I am 46 years old, man. Following are my lifestyle. Limited food, especially at night. (anything only two), weekly 4 to 5 days morning treadmill walk up to 4 km, no fried items, 120 ml of drink daily with salads or egg, two cups of tea daily, weekly one or two times non-vegetarian (e... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Your diet and exercise schedule is fine. If you could avoid drinks it is better to reduce weight quickly. You did not mentioned whether is there any health issue or not. You can take Apple cider vinegar 5 ml (1 tablespoon) mixed with lukewarm water and take before 30 mi... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, My weight is 65 kg, and my height is 1.6 m. Although my BMI 25.4 is in the margin of normalcy, I have got belly fats. So, I am working out from the past two weeks, and changes are quite unnoticeable. I was wondering, do I really need to lose my weight to lose belly fat or it can happe... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. According to WHO (World Health Organisation) a revised BMI (body mass index) for normal is 19-22. You need to work out and lose weight to reduce belly fat, as fat accumulated is of adipose tissue work out is necessary. You can take supplements of whey protein along w... Read Full »