Best way to melt belly fat

Are you bothered by a lot of belly fat?

Is all of your fat located on your belly? Are you okay with your weight? Are your butt and thighs firm and toned but you just can’t your belly to match the rest of your body? Sounds like you’re looking for a way to melt your belly fat.

Can this be melted away?

There is no shortage of belly fat fixes
  1. Belly fat fix
  2. Dr. Oz belly fat solution
  3. 20 teas that melt belly fat/zero belly fat diet
  4. Melt belly fat fast in 8 moves
  5. 4 foods that melt belly fat
  6. Dr. Axe 11 steps to lose belly fat and why it’s important
  7. 7 top foods to melt harmful belly fat without exercise
Google “melt belly fat” and you’ll find plenty more.

Do I recommend any of them? I don’t know, but probably not. If you’re wondering what fruits are most likely to make your belly fat, however, it’s not bananas.

If I were going to endorse a belly fat removal system it would not be one that sells belly fat melting products. There is no product that melts belly fat unless the pills come with a weight loss plan. Spending your money on belly fat fixes will leave you disappointed and your belly fat intact.

Liposuction is the only guaranteed way to spend money on reducing belly fat.

Not everybody is a candidate for lipo and the results aren’t always positive. If you are going to go the surgical way make sure you have the procedure done by a board certified surgeon with an excellent reputation. Surgery is no place to shop for discount services.

Liposuction doesn’t melt belly fat, but it sure does suck – literally.

Losing weight will reduce belly fat, but pills, fluids, lotions, scrubs, ointments, waist trainers, et. al do not melt belly fat. They can’t even reduce belly fat even if, like waist trainers, they give the temporary appearance of reduced belly fat. The belly fat hasn’t gone anywhere.

If I were going to endorse a food to reduce belly fat, it wouldn’t be any specific food; it would be food in general. In other words, if you eat less you will lose weight. If you lose weight you will melt away some belly fat. It’s important to understand that you may not be able to melt away all of your belly fat.

Belly fat is in your DNA.

Belly fat is partly part of your body’s blueprint or DNA. Carrying some fat in your belly may not be a sign of poor eating and exercising habits, but simply your genetic predisposition.

Replace your daily meals with these special shakes to melt belly fat while you sleep. You’ll lose belly fat because replacing meals with these drinks reduces your calories, not because of any special “belly fat melting enzymes.”

Is belly fat a cosmetic concern or a health concern?

Why does losing belly fat consume the thoughts and money of so many people? It is both cosmetic and a health issue.

People want hard, flat bellies because it’s attractive. This applies to both sexes. Hard, flat bellies is both the result of eating and exercising, and  of genes. If you’re lucky enough to have the hard belly gene you scored big. Some people don’t even have to work at it all all and even with less than great habits, their stomachs stay perfect.

Then there are people who are skinny all over except for a little, jiggly pot belly. They can starve themselves and it gets a little bit smaller but nothing can make it go away. These people, if getting rid og belly fat is really wrecking their lives, are the best candidates for liposuction.

Some people see their belly fat increase with weight gain and go away when they lose weight. Weight management is the secret for them to keep their belly fat under control.

Maintaining a healthy weight is a good idea for both cosmetic and health concerns. The dangerous belly fat, visceral fat, is the first kind of fat that’s lost during weight loss. It is, without question, the best way to melt belly fat.




Jackie Conn

About Jackie Conn

Jackie Conn is married and has four grown daughters and four grandchildren. She is a Weight Watchers success story. She's a weight loss expert with 25 years of experience guiding women and men to their weight-related goals. Her articles on weight management have been published in health, family and women's magazines. She has been a regular guest on Channel 5 WABI news, FOX network morning program Good Day Maine and 207 on WCSH.