4 Ways To (Finally) Kiss Belly Fat Goodbye

A woman measuring her waist with a tape measureWe’re never spared the image of a nice rock-hard pack of abs. But while we’re busy being shamed for not having them, we’re never told about how flab can have a big impact on your health. While belly fat may seem like more of a nuisance than a danger, this external marker is most likely the beacon of more serious internal, metabolic imbalances.

Here’s some information that will help you get a handle on your belly fat.

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Location, Location, Location

People store most of their fat in two ways – one you can see and one you can’t. The fat you can see is just under the skin in the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen. That’s called subcutaneous (under the skin) fat. The fat you can’t see is deeper inside, around the vital organs (heart, lungs, digestive tract, liver, and so on) in the chest, abdomen, and pelvis. That’s called “visceral” fat. Many people are self-conscious about the fat they can see. But actually, it’s the hidden fat — the visceral fat — that may be a bigger problem, even for thin people.