Chief Yonas advice on how to lose belly fat by eating selected foods

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Chief Yonas advice on how to lose belly fat by eating selected foods

If you've been unsuccessful in losing weight around your middle, here's some good news! The key ingredients found in the Flat Belly Diet (learn more about Flat Belly Diet)—"MUFAs" (monounsaturated fatty acid—a healthy fat!) hold the power to truly change your body and specifically target hard-to-lose belly fat. Pair these fabulous MUFA foods with a reduced-calorie eating plan and you’ll slim down where you want to—your belly. Here, 10 belly-fat-fighting superstars.

When the Flat Belly Diet experts talk about belly fat, it's important to know that there are actually two different types: subcutaneous and visceral. Subcutaneous is best defined as the fat that you can see, the "inch you can pinch." Subcutaneous means "beneath" (sub) "the skin" (cutaneous), and it's no secret that this fat resides all over. In some places—your thighs, underarms, belly—it may be thicker than in others, but for the most part it's everywhere, even on the soles of your feet.
A moderate amount of subcutaneous fat is essential for life—for one thing, it keeps you warm in the winter. But too much of it can be bad, starting with the fact that subcutaneous fat functions as a visible sign of being overweight or obese. Worse, it makes us lose confidence in our body image (which studies show leads to even more dangerous health behaviors). The good news is that subcutaneous fat responds immediately to the Flat Belly Diet.
What also distinguishes the Flat Belly Diet is that it targets the second type of fat—visceral—which is much more dangerous and difficult to lose. Visceral fat (which gets its name from viscera, which refers to the internal organs in the abdomen) resides deep within the torso, wrapping itself around your heart, liver, and other major organs. In fact, it's possible to be relatively thin and still have too much visceral fat. That's why it's sometimes referred to as "hidden" belly fat, but we prefer to think of it as "deadly." Excess visceral fat can literally subtract years from your life.

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