Are you upset with your oversized belly?
Are you struggling die hard to get your butt into your old jeans?
If you finding the solution to above question then you should scroll down once at least.
Actually, one must first know the cause and reason of the problem, before finding its solution.
So, what is the reason for that extra belly?
Answer is very simple, your diet.
What you eat is how you look. Therefore, the reason for that huge belly is the extra calories that you failed to burn in your day to day activities. The source of these calories can be any, i.e. it could be carbohydrates, or fat, or protein. They all are important macro nutrient for day to day activities but once you got failed in completely utilizing them, you will see yourself be loaded.
Apart from the fat and carbohydrates, the last remaining macro nutrient that is required by the body is protein. Protein is usually present in fewer amounts in the diet of normal humans (athletes and other health conscious population excluded). But, it is a very important nutrient which can be used for weight control. Protein is an organic compound, with amino acids as their basic building cells.
There are a lot of reasons and debates that supports the intake of heavy proteins for the weight control. One of them is the release of fullness hormone. One of the scientific study shows that carbohydrates, when consumed, apart from providing energy and raising insulin in body, suppresses the fullness hormones.
The basic work of this hormone is to indicate your mind that the body needs no more food. As high protein is consumed, the fullness hormone kicks up. It decreases appetite or shall we say, decreases the urge to eat. It promotes the sense of fullness in body. Therefore, in other words, reduces the intake of calories. So even if your work intensity is the same, even if you have fed yourself with lesser carbohydrates, you will feel energetic and soon, will notice layer around your belly getting lesser.
Metabolism rate is a very important mechanism for the body to meet its energy needs and for fat consumption. A person with higher metabolism rate is likely to possess lesser inches around there belly as compared to the one with lower metabolism rate. Therefore, when protein kicks in, it works to increase the metabolic rates and hence helps in reducing the existing fat or sugar in the body.
Protein also helps in improving the muscle mass of the body. Muscles in turn increase the consumption of the fat or energy from the body. This process increases the body energy, decrease the extra inches around the waist and also helps in decreasing the laziness in the body.
Protein do not lifts up the insulin level in the body and hence reduces the chances of the occurrences of diabetes in future. Many scientific studies support the fact. Those people having more protein in their diet tend to possess low belly fat around their abdomen as compared to those who solely depends on the carbohydrates for energy.
Apart from keeping the intake of protein consumption in diet in check, one must be utter cautious with the intake of sugars and carbohydrates in the diet. There are two types of carbohydrates, i.e. complex carbohydrates and the refined carbohydrates. One must be very attentive while selecting the right diet, which possess complex carbohydrates.
Good fat also helps in reducing the belly fat and therefore, helps in reducing the body fat percentage of the body.