10 Worst Belly Fat Myths, According to Experts

 If getting rid of belly fat were simple, then all of us would appear like models on the cover of magazines. However, this does not indicate that achieving flat abs is impossible; all that is required is a complete strategy for attack.  

 According to Jackie Newgent, a registered dietitian nutritionist and author of The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook.

Myth: Nuts Are Fattening 

 A beer belly is not usually created by alcohol; rather, it is more likely caused by ingesting an excessive amount of empty calories.  

 Myth: Drinking Beer Causes A Beer Belly 


 "Processed and industrial seed oil like corn, cottonseed, soybean oil, and peanut oil can negatively affect our ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fats," says Malone in his research.   

 Myth: Seed Oils Are Always Healthy 


 "Unless your milk is organic and coming from pasture-raised/grass-fed cows, [producers] will likely be giving synthetic growth hormones, steroids, antibiotics.

 Myth: Low-Fat or Nonfat Dairy Is Good For You 

 The truth is that there are a good thirty-five things you don't know about coffee, and one of them is possibly the way that caffeine can cause your cortisol production to become confused.  

 Myth: Caffeine Boosts Weight Loss 

 However, if the high calorie and sugar content of juices aren't enough of a cause to abandon the juice cleanse, the fact that many juices lack the fiber that makes fresh fruit so beneficial to your health is even more compelling.  

 Myth: A Juice Cleanse Is the Ultimate Way to Lose Weight 


 Although studies have shown that certain diets are more effective than others, the fact of the matter is that there is no one diet that can instantly assist you in reducing your total body fat percentage.  

 Myth: Eating A Vegan Diet Blasts Belly Fat 

 "Some studies have shown that vinegar, in general, can help improve insulin sensitivity," Bella continues to explain.  

 Myth: Shots Of Apple Cider Vinegar Melt Fat 

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