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How to lose belly fat and about how long will it take?

I want to lose belly fat but I don’t want a diet or anything. I will cut down on snacks but I need an estimation of time for how long it will take. Please Help!

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4 Responses to “How to lose belly fat and about how long will it take?”

  1. Stephen C said :

    Quit using frustrating diet and exercise plans that only work a little at best and are agonizing to use. You know the TV show “The Biggest Loser” well check this out, this was the plan that two of the biggest “losers” on that show used, it obviously works quick. .

  2. Cwis said :

    How To Lose Belly Fat – The Guide

    The strategy involves both diet and exercise – nothing new there. However, it entails 2 unique ways of going about it.
    The Diet – Become a Fat-Burner

    Low-carbohydrate nutrition is the most-effective way of shedding pounds of fat from the body.


    Basically, the body burns energy in the following order:

    1. Carbohydrate (from food and stored glycogen)
    2. Fat (from food and bodyfat)
    3. Protein (from food and muscle tissue)

    If you eat what most government guidelines recommend you eat, you are a carb-burner. It then becomes obvious that in order to become a fat-burner, you should remove the current primary energy source i.e. carbohydrate.

    When you do this, your body takes a few days to flip a ‘metabolic switch’ and become a fat-burning machine. At that point, the fat you eat gets consumed first, and then you start burning away bodyfat as your primary source of energy. Obviously, you don’t therefore consume copious amounts of fat, and you don’t need to go zero carb to benefit. Anything under 100 grams of carbs a day is considered ‘low-carb’, but ideally under 60 grams would produce great results.

    On low-fat diets (which by nature are high-carb diets), when your ‘food calories’ are gone, the body will burn a mixture of both fat and muscle tissue (protein). As muscle is ‘metabolically active’ — it burns calories all day long just by being there — losing it is a disaster for the dieter. Their metabolism will continually slow down over time.

    This is one of the main reasons why low-fat diets very often produce temporary results: you lose weight for a while, but then it stops working (as your metabolism has crashed) and you pile it back on – and then some!
    The Exercise

    Loads and loads of cardio, right? Wrong.

    Overdoing cardiovascular exercise will also put your body in a state where it breaks down lean muscle tissue (catabolism). So the question is, how do we complement our fat-burning nutritional strategy with fat-burning exercise.

    It’s called ‘Interval Training’, or more specifically ‘High Intensity Interval Training’. The idea is to perform some sort of cardio in ‘fits and starts’ i.e. a period of lower intensity followed by a period of higher intensity.


    Research shows that this type of work burns more fat than steady-state cardio, typically by about 50%. In fact, one study showed a 9 fold increase in fat loss for HIIT compared to low-medium intensity cardio.

    Also, with respect to belly fat in particular, research has shown (though the reason is not clear at this time) that HIIT can produce more fat loss in this area than other parts of the body. An Australian study found that the HIIT group lost 3 times more fat and significantly more belly fat than the steady-state cardio group who actually exercised for twice as long!

    The even better news is that HIIT need only be performed for 10-20 minutes at a time.

    Hopefully you can see that these unique approaches to diet and nutrition will work synergistically to produce truly effective fat-loss:

    1. Get your body to burn fat for energy.
    2. Then add exercise that will utilize the most fat possible.

    There’s obviously more to talk about on this topic, but a single post doesn’t permit me to get into it all. I hope you enjoyed it and if nothing else, you feel inspired to find any weight-loss program that you feel you can work with to bring permanent results.

  3. Zem T said :

    Go to this site:

    It lists the “Top 3 Belly Fat Loss Sites” on the internet. In my experience, you can probably lose that fat in 1 – 4 months. They have a site here that requires no diet at all.

    Good Luck

  4. Randy M said :

    With a 500 calorie per day deficit and 40 minutes of cardio 5 times a week you will lose around 2 pounds of fat per week. Sometimes more, sometimes less.

    If you start losing weight at a faster rate you are probably losing lean muscle tissue and water, not just fat. This is the essence of crash dieting. The longer it takes you to lose the fat the more you are likely to keep it off.

    Although 2 pounds doesn’t sound like much if most of it is fat you will notice a big difference in the mirror and also how your clothes fit you.

    You need to view the caloric deficit and longer cardio sessions as only temporary. Once you reach your goal it is much easier to maintain your look. You will be able to eat more and exercise less. I have 6 pack abs and hardly do any cardio at all anymore.

    The real secret is consistency and patience. Not some miracle diet plan. If you want to lose belly fat fast visit the following link for free information on diet and exercise that reveals exactly what you need to do in order to get a firm, flat stomach now.


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