How to lose visceral fat – the easy workout to 'blast' your belly fat fast

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How to lose visceral fat – the easy workout to 'blast' your belly fat fast

Visceral fat can be extremely harmful in large quantities, and it raises your chances of developing a number of conditions. But, doing regular HIIT

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Visceral fat can be extremely harmful in large quantities, and it raises your chances of developing a number of conditions. But, doing regular HIIT training may help to get rid of your belly fat, it’s been claimed.

Visceral fat is more commonly known as belly fat, and it tends to wrap around your internal organs.

It’s considered a serious health problem to be carrying too much visceral fat.

That’s because the fat cells produce inflammatory markers and hormones, that increases the risk of chronic diseases.

If you wanted to lose your belly fat efficiently, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a great place to start, it’s been revealed.

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“Visceral fat is considered toxic and spells double-trouble in the body because it’s capable of provoking inflammatory pathways, plus signalling molecules that can interfere with the body’s normal hormonal functions,” he said.

“There are loads of documented benefits of integrating physical activity throughout the day and minimising sedentary time.

“While different types of exercise can limit cardiovascular risk resulting from visceral obesity in people with metabolic syndrome, a 2013 study published in The International Journal of Cardiology found that high-intensity resistance training induced a faster visceral fat loss in adults than moderate training.

“This means HIIT workouts and burst training can help blast belly fat fast and most efficiently, but a combination of resistance and aerobic/endurance training also helps.”

Visceral fat starts to cause health problems straight away.

It increases your risk of developing serious, long-term life-threatening medical conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and strokes.

You should consider speaking to a doctor if your waist is more than 40 inches for men, or 35 inches for women.

Your GP will discuss the health risks of belly fat, as well as some lifestyle changes to get rid of it.



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