How do i lose weight off my belly with out drastic dieting?

Im nearly 6ft and weigh 11 st 2 and ive had 2 kids youngest now 3. My doctor gave me a diet sheet to follow but i lost weight all over and looked dreadful. Its just my stomach that need toning or something but what can i do to acheive fast results before the summer?

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10 Responses to “How do i lose weight off my belly with out drastic dieting?”

  1. Pearl said:

    I think the best thing to do is to do abdominal exercise such as crunches.

  2. Nancy said:

    Cardio 4-6 days a week for 45-60 minutes!

  3. BAJC said:

    Give up the soda – it worked for me!!

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  5. two2fly said:

    The secret is acknowledging the true purpose of food as fuel rather than entertainment. Focus on protein, fats, and carbohydrates and learn about each of them. A little bit of research online will teach you a lot. Remember, don’t diet; change your eating lifestyle. Doing so will change your life for the better. For the exercise, consider it a priority to include it into your routine.

    Anyway, if you want it simple, here it is in ten steps:
    1. protein is good…eat plenty (about 30% of your caloric intake)
    2. fats are good and bad…know the difference
    3. saturated and trans fats are the bad ones – limit these
    4. poly- and mono-unsaturated fats are good – don’t be afraid of them
    5. carbohydrates are good and bad…know the difference
    6. fibers and complex carbs are the good ones – eat these (about 40% of your caloric intake)
    7. sugars and simple carbs are the bad ones – limit these, particularly late in the day (stay away from sodas and chips!)
    8. drink water – lots and lots and lots of water. It’s the only drink you need. Anything else is either wasted or simply bad for you
    9. Eat 4-6 “meals” a day to boost your metabolism.
    10. A meal is defined as a portion of a low-fat, protein rich entree, a portion of veggies for vits/mins, and a portion of complex carbs. (You can get these combined as a health shake)

    For exercise, it’s even simpler:
    1. 4-6 hours per week
    2. 45-90 min each day you exercise
    3. do aerobic exercise (20-40 min) every day you exercise
    4. work abdominals every day you exercise (between sets makes it easy)
    5. do chest and triceps exercises on one day
    6. do back and biceps exercises on a different day
    7. do legs and shoulder exercises on a different day
    8. do your exercises in sets (i.e. 3 times with 6-12 repetitions each)
    9. keep a record of what you do to measure progress.
    10. when your progress stalls (called “plateau”), switch up your routine.

  6. coolevenat2inthemorning said:

    My girlfriend and I had the same problem.

    We both lost weight all over our bodies except in the stomach area. We looked like a turtle….skinny arms, skinny neck but a huge waist.

    My older brother gave us this link to a website with lots of information to reduce our abs. I listed it below.

    The great thing is that you do not have to get on any starvation or crash diets.. And no sit ups or crunches.

    The way you lose weight off of your belly is by burning the fat such as eating cantaloupe between meals and doing the core lift exercise once in the morning and once in the evening.

    It is so easy and it only takes my girlfriend and I 5 minutes to finish the exercise. Ans we are also eating the same food on the weekends.

  7. harry_the_monk said:

    Stick to this diet if you can, or try to find a nutritional advisor to prepare one for you that works better, allowing you about 2000kcals a day
    Do about 2 – 3 sessions of either bodyweight exercises or free weights in a week; enough to work the entire body.
    Do about 3 sessions of reasonably active exercise such as aerobics, swimming, jogging or fast walking a week.
    Try to build up to a daily routine of abdominal and lower back exercises.

  8. Jazzabell said:

    I had the same problem with diets, as a urban fashion model im about 5’11 in height, i have to always have a small tight waist and my bottom bigger…curvy like Shakira….i find that just eating good cooking that keeps your body regulated inside like fruits & spices and doing 45 mins cardio at least 2 days, (i do alot of walking & salsa/modern dance great alternatives to the gym) and 30 crunches a night, works alot better. This helps me 2 just lose the pounds in the right places. Also, there is a new execising ball that works great, its just for getting that bottom part of the stomach that u have after kids. U can get the ball, and a instructional tape at stores like Bell’s or Ross and its only like $15…u should try it for aleast 4 weeks, trust u will see changes, it works 4 me

  9. Dr Frank said:

    We are what we eat, but we are at least as much what we don’t do. Calorie intakes in 1900 and 1950 were higher than they are now, we just don’t use them up!

    A healthy amount of exercise is 30-40 minutes of vigorous exercise per day 4-5 days a week. I hate to think what percentage of the UK population does that 2%? 5%?

    I have also seen hundreds of questions with this same pattern :- I am fat, tell me where on line I can get this super diet or herbal/dangerous/illegal drug that I hear will fix it for me in 10 minutes without the need for me to get off the couch!

    It won’t work pal.

  10. kelly said:

    Exercise everyday like jogging around the block
    Skip meals. Eat 2 times per day than 3 times per day
    Dont eat until you’re full
    Eat fruits at night if your hungry.
    Drinks lots of water and stop all the fast food and chocolate.
    I found this on this website. There are more tips and info.
    there’s a video on success fitness too.




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