Stubborn Fat: Fighting right!

One of the most “annoying” thing is the stubborn fat we accumulate in some specific parts of our body. It does not matter what kind of diet we do. Workout or beauty procedure you can try, that accumulated fat seems to not go away. Even having a lean body, this stubborn fat is still there. Have you ever asked yourself why?

On this case is not only the equation less food and more exercise. Your problem area could be related to other issues in your body and understand them will help you go straight to the target. Here there are:

Abdominal (center)

If your stubborn fat is on that area, changes are that is related to your liver! This amazing organ is responsible for various metabolic functions. When the liver becomes overloaded with toxins, processed foods (always!!), medicines, stress hormones, alcohol, sugar (always!!!!) for example, it goes into survival mode.

The answer is to detoxify your liver by eliminating the top inflammatory foods (gluten, dairy, corn), processed foods, stimulants, and negative thoughts. So, yes! Meditation will help you clean your liver and therefore, lose weight.

Abdominal (lower)

Now it is time to talk about your adrenal glands, which play a major part in maintaining a healthy metabolism. Again, your lifestyle (diet, exercise and stress) determine how they will behave. The protocol is first to eliminate the cause of your stress and then look for food sensitivities.

Thighs, legs and butts

If you still think lifting weight is only for weightlifters, you should change your mind. Lean muscle is beautiful, we know, but they are also so important for your metabolic health. That is because muscle is the only metabolically active tissue you have to burn excess fat off of your body. Meaning that the more muscle you have the more calories you will burn, even when you are resting.

Different areas

Different spots and difficult to lose weight could be related to thyroid hormones issues. The best way to find out is to test to identify if you are having of hypothyroidism. If you so, much is related to food allergies, gluten, nutritional deficiencies, heavy metals, and stress. And don’t worry, you don’t need to depend on medication to treat hypothyroidism. Nutrition, exercise, essential oils, supplements and meditation can and treat as well, but in a natural way.

Find out your target area and…action!


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