By Jamie Leach
You don't need to consume a sack of your grandmother's prunes to get enough fiber. Greens, whole cereals, nuts, and beans are all beneficial for preventing the accumulation of abdominal fat.
As you begin to lose weight, your entire body will benefit, including the belly fat that is concealed from view.
Keep portions of these foods smaller than you normally would, for example. And examine nutrition labels to determine the amount of calories and fat per serving.
High-intensity exercise, such as a 30-second sprint or an intense set of pullups, may be more effective and easier to work into your schedule
If you don't sleep much or toss and turn, consider going to bed early, relaxing before bedtime, keeping your bedroom cold, and not texting or emailing before bed.
That can increase fat and sugar intake and cortisol, which increases belly fat. Stress can also reduce sleep, exercise, and alcohol consumption, which can increase abdominal fat.