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I am getting married in 8 weeks and i have flabby baby belly fat. How do I lose this fat fast?

Even if I can get it down half way. But I dont want to look like I am 4 months pregnant in my wedding dress. Someone please help

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7 Responses to “I am getting married in 8 weeks and i have flabby baby belly fat. How do I lose this fat fast?”

  1. Chelsea P said :

    IF u want u can get a tummy tuck ! or just excercise vigerously !! lol

  2. Pretty Girl said :

    Work out about an hour a day, eat good food, try to keep your calories low but dont starve yourself.

  3. happyjello said :

    started this Diet (lifestyle change) in the middle of November at 140lbs, and now at 119lbs

    A DIET IS WHAT YOU EAT….there for we are all on a diet….

    You got the change the way you think and feel about food

    TRY THIS, and stick to it.

    The first 3-4 weeks are the hardest until your body adjusts to the change.
    Results will be in about the same time

    Fruits and Veggies

    Eat more plants and keep away from stuff that was made in plants.

    Don’t eat anything that comes in a can, box or package….
    If man made it, don’t eat it

    NO white BREAD or SUGAR


    Stay away from FAST FOOD

    Walk your dog, or walk a friends dog

    Don’t think of it as a diet, but think of it as a lifestyle change

    I have lost 25.5 pounds in 2 months, drink lots of water. I usually eat a meal of what ever I want once a week….controlled portion….this really works………

    Write down every thing you eat

    Take a multi vitamin at night

  4. jessika721 said :

    drink TONS of water ever day. you’ll start to lose the water weight that causes ‘flab’ in about two weeks, but you have to keep it up, because you’ll gain it back if you skip out.
    cut out sugar AND fat. replacing fatty foods with “non fat” foods isn’t always the best idea because fat is usually replaced with sugar. even sugar free is bad because they replace the sugar with things like splenda (aspertame) which is TERRIBLE for you.
    the only foods you can really trust are fresh foods and whole wheat.

    as far as exercise, try intense cardio. running/jogging for 25-40 minutes.

  5. ewachtler said :

    What is up with the green tea? Sounds like a crock!

    I would do a lot of cardio (30 minutes or more 4-5 days per week), weights at least twice a week (including abs), and watch your diet. I had an 8 month old when I got married and I wasn’t exactly toned in my stomach area. Do what you can until then but you can also wear a tight girdle type thing under your dress and no one will be able to tell!

  6. VIGO said :

    Hi there, as a fitness trainer best advice i can give you is to start moving…workout workout workout…start calorie counting every meal.. try to stick with a daily caloric diet of arounddd 1800gms per day and slowly reduce it by 150-200 per week.. Carbohydrates early in the day for energy and protein meals the rest of the day. Sure you can still have carbs’ but not a great source of it. Dont eat late! If you’re not a breakfast person, start having breakfast, you need to get your metabolism working earlier then later. just because you dont eat alot does’nt mean you’ll lose weight. Workout and eat smarter. Burn more calories then you’re consuming. Watch the fat/sugar contents, drink lots more water…workout workout workout, till your exhausted! or its not a workout at all.

  7. Bec X said :

    Okay, every other answer seems to be targeting diet as a way to get rid of it but this is NOT the case. Baby belly fat is caused by pregnancy gain, not fat gain. While a healthy diet will help, your main focus should be on your exercises. Cardio is good for entire body fat loss but not so good for targeting specific areas.

    The good part for you is that the stomache is the easiest part to target and tone.

    I’ll talk about diet first because that’s the smaller part. So long as you’re sticking to a correct diet of around 1400 calories a day and no more than 40 grams of fat, you will be fine. The worst thing you can do is snack or pick at food. When you sit down to have a meal, eat the entire meal to prevent you from snacking during the day. You should have three main meals and two small snacks (eg, Breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner) Your snacks should be vegetables such as carrot sticks and celery, you can buy a fat free dip or salsa to go with them, or a handful of raw nuts such as almonds or cashews.
    Try to keep a healthy diet with minimal junk food and small portion sizes. You don’t need to starve yourself, but really think about how much you actually need to eat rather than how much you want to eat.

    Now, exercise. The first thing you can do is suck your stomache in as much as you can during the day. This tightens the muscles, expecially when you’re bending down to pick something up or reaching up to get something off a high shelf. It’s just like doing stomach crunches except you can do them all day without realising. If you have a busy lifestyle and don’t have time to exercise every day, it can be hard to keep focused and stick to an exercise routine but you really need to try to slip in at least 20 minutes a day, even if you break it up into two 10 minute lots. One thing that I like to do is get on the floor during television adds and do as many crunches as I can and then try and beat record in the next add break. Make sure than when you are exercising, you suck your stomach in, it is the easiest way to a flat stomach.

    I hope this helps, if you have any other questions feel free to message me.

    Good luck 🙂


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