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How to get a flat stomach?

Woman with flat stomach on the beach

 

The typical solution to a flat stomach that you would expect from a Personal Trainer is exercise, exercise and exercise. Based on experience, this is a big factor but predominately it is lifestyle related. Approaching any health related issue; we should look at the body and the person as a whole. What this means is that we cannot have a weight loss drug/supplement or surgery to fix a fat stomach but we need to look deeper in a person’s overall health and lifestyle choices. Admittedly, this is not a quick fix but neither are results of lap band surgery (50% failure rate 1) or some weight loss programs (with some studies suggesting up to 90% regain their weight within 1 year).

There are some basic and simple key foundations of our health that can you implement into your life that can have a dramatic impact the size of your belly in a short period without the huge expenses of drugs, supplements, surgery and some wonder product!!. It’s not flashy, trendy or gimmicky, just effective!!

What are the top 4 things, our clients do to get the flat stomach

1. Hydration

Did you know that most people are chronically dehydrated? See our guide for the correct amount of water – https://www.corehealthcoaching.com.au/

2. Food intolerance

It is estimated that over 60% of people have some level of intolerance to gluten and dairy.

3. Stress level

We have come to accept that stress is a normal part of our lives but consequently this is having a significant issue on our insulin levels which directly links to storing of fat around our bellies.

4. Sleep

Again most people try to get more in their day and reduce their sleep to less than the required 8 hours a day. How is the body meant to recover from the additional physical, mental, chemical and environmental stresses that we current “enjoy”!!

Some simple adaptions of  key lifestyle factors can and will have a dramatically change in your long-term health including a that flat stomach.

“Genes contribute 10% to diseases in our world with other 90% being our lifestyle” Bruce H. Lipton, PhD

Sources –
1. http://www.webmd.com/diet/weight-loss-surgery/news/20110321/study-poor-results-from-lap-band-surgery

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