4 Foods That Reduce Belly Fat

Studies explain how our bodies are out of control with our eat and sleep cycle from eating the wrong types of food all day. Were stuck in a fat cycle this is when our hungry hormones make or cravings more irresistible than the average person. If you can change this bad habit it will help your eating and sleeping cycles and finally get rid of that stomach fat that hasn’t gone away for years.

Prevention’s revolutionary Belly Melt Diet explains the science behind why getting a good night’s sleep will help you lose while you snooze, and how eating the right foods at the right times can satisfy your body’s need for fuel and taste.

To help you sleep better and lose more weight than ever and melt that turns fat. Replace that junk food with these healthier choices.

Fish

When your diet mostly contains omega 3, which is very common in fish, your pineal gland (a glad in the brain) help stimulate your nervous system. Your nervous system is probably all out of place, which causes alteration in the making of melatonin, your sleep hormone. People who have an unbalanced omega 3 in the body tend to sleep a lot less than those who have it. This is usually the cause for mid night snacks.

Fish has a great amount of protein. Causing you to melt more calories because digesting proteins is lot easier on the stomach than fats and carbs.

Nuts
These legumes are a great source of mood-boosting magnesium. And eating more of it can help people who have sleep troubles doze peacefully through the night, according to a 2010 study published in the journal Magnesium Research. One group of the 100 tosses-and-turners over age 51 was given 320 milligrams of magnesium a day, while the other group was given a placebo. After seven weeks, those taking the magnesium were sleeping better—which research shows can lead to less overeating and weight gain. As a bonus, the women had lower levels of dangerous inflammation, a rogue reaction by the immune system that is implicated in heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Milk

Did you know that milk is great for the body beside the calcium it holds? Milk is really good at getting rid of that stomach fat. A 2010 study by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham concluded realized that with a group of about a 100 premenopausal women, the fat was drastically reduced in the ones who consumed high calcium foods. For every half cup of frozen yogurt they ate, they decreased an inch of into abdominal fat,the fat that is in-between the internal organs and is a cause for heart disease and cancer.

Fact: calcium helps the body fall asleep faster and sty asleep for a longer time, it also helps with cramps and pains.

Cherries
Right before going to asleep, snack on a few tart Montmorency cherries. These cherries are one of many plant-based sources of melatonin, the sleep hormone. While there’s no evidence that they’ll help you nod off, studies have found that foods like these (such as bananas) can raise melatonin levels in the body. Not only does melatonin help you sleep, but it’s a powerful antioxidant, which can also promote weight loss.

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