Before you figure out the best way to lose belly fat you have to describe the effects of excess belly fat. Here are some startling facts. In the past twenty five years obesity has tripled and back pain has doubled. Staying slim keeps the gel-filled cushions that act as your spine’s shock absorbers acting properly.
Problem number one. Extra pounds of belly fat increase the load on your spine, taxing the muscles and putting pressure on the soft tissue around your vertebrae. That can exaggerate the natural curve of your lower back, throwing off your spine’s alignment, triggering chronic pain. Belly fat pumps out inflammatory chemicals that weaken discs.
Overweight kids are twice as likely to have early signs of disc disease and will have more serious back problems down the road. More weight equals more damage, a great reason to get healthy and get back into your skinny clothes. Physical activity helps control weight, adding strength training moves does even more, keeping your “core” strong to better support your spine. Any arm motion draws fresh, oxygen-rich fluid into your spine’s discs, keeping your back happier and healthier.
Problem number two a much bigger problem. Belly fat is the hardest place to lose fat on your body, because it is the first place that you tend to gain weight. That means you have to burn through all of the rest of your body’s fat stores before you can start losing belly fat.
Creeping weight gain and belly fat are more than just uncomfortable and unsightly. They are an indication of increasing Insulin Resistance that may lead to Diabetes as well as increase risks of many life threatening diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease and even cancer. While Type 2 diabetes used to be a condition only affecting adults, even children as young as 8 are being diagnosed with T2D nowadays and the growing numbers are cause for serious concern.
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