Woman Drops Half Her Body Weight Without Exercising

How To Burn Belly Fat WITHOUT Exercising

You may want to lose weight for personal reasons. Even regular exercisers could benefit from extra toning of their tush, the largest muscle group in the body, which dozes all day at your desk job. "When you're walking or running, it's your hamstrings, hip flexors, and calf muscles that get the most work," says FITNESS advisory board member Vonda Wright, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. "Unless you're going uphill, your glutes don't play a major role." The good news? If you bailed on doing those butt-firming squats during your workout, you can easily sneak them in when your cube mate isn't looking. Stand up from your chair, feet shoulder-width apart. Lower your bottom to the seat as though you're going to sit, touch down, and then spring up, squeezing your glutes as you straighten. Do three sets of 10 to 15 reps two or even three times throughout the day.

Fast food isn't just bad for you because it's full of gross additives and chemicals; it's also because it's precisely engineered to be eaten as quickly as possible. And that's bad news because you can end up eating more than your body needs to feel full. It takes roughly 20 minutes for your stomach to signal to your brain that you've eaten your fill. Eat your meal at superspeed, and you're more likely to overeat. Our suggestion? Take time to chat with your friends and family while you eat. Put your fork down. Chew slowly. Anything that will extend your meal until the 20-minute mark.

Acupuncture has experienced a steady increase in popularity of the past 40 years. In 2014, over 10 million acupuncture treatments were administered in the United States alone, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). With a growing body of scientific studies showing acupuncture's effectiveness in providing pain relief, researchers and health practitioners have been actively engaged in a quest to understand the full potential of acupuncture.

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