Last Updated November 9, 2022
Lifting weights, running multiple miles, and sweating it out at the gym? Eating less or following the newest trending diet plan?
Many people have tried everything and anything in the hopes to lose that belly fat, but unfortunately, nothing seems to work.
Well, there is a chance that you might be unable to lose that stubborn fat as a result of not targeting the real issue—visceral fat.
However, losing the belly fat is not as difficult or painful as some might make it out to be. In fact, it can be a rather relaxing and positive experience.
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What is Visceral Fat?
Visceral fat is fat in our body that sits in between some of our more sensitive organs—the heart, liver, and intestines. Because of this, visceral fat cannot be seen or pinched, unlike subcutaneous fat.
The purpose of visceral fat is to provide protection for the vulnerable and delicate organs it wraps itself around. It also serves as an energy storage.
However, an excess of visceral fat will become a health risk. Thus, visceral fat that was meant to protect the organs now chokes them because there is simply too much.
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Excess Visceral Fat Complications
- Heart Disease
- Breast Cancer
As a result, reducing or lowering visceral fat is a priority when there is an abundance of it. Your life could depend on it.
Visceral Fat VS Subcutaneous Fat
Subcutaneous fat is the fat that we can see and pinch as it sits under the skin. If you pinch a spot on the surface of your body in between your fingers, you will be pinching this subcutaneous fat.
Like visceral fat, subcutaneous fat is also an energy storage. Although, it is not considered to be as dangerous as visceral fat.
Visceral Fat is the fat that hides deep in our bodies, between our organs and behind the muscle wall. It cannot be seen or pinched like subcutaneous fat.
For this reason, it is very difficult to get to.
Fortunately, through the use of technology, Fast Fit Body Sculpting Red Light Therapy has a system that is capable of reducing and lowering the visceral fat in the body.
Red Light Technology
Red Light Technology or Red Light Therapy has long been used as a solution for skin related complications.
- Tighten and Firm Skin
- No Downtime
- Reduce Appearance of Acne, Scars, and Wrinkles
- Rebuild Collagen
- Increase Elasticity
- Reduce Appearance of Cellulite
- Stimulate Hair Growth
However, Fast Fit’s Red Light Therapy Technology primary focus is on reducing visceral fat in the body. In addition, we are capable of targeting any and all fat in the body, even the chin, arms, legs, and that stubborn belly fat.
Losing Belly Fat with Fast Fit Body Sculpting:
Diet VS Nutrition
When mentioning the word diet, the thought “I have to eat less”, comes to mind. Many diets focus heavily on how much we eat, which doesn’t solve the problem in a healthy manner.
Furthermore, a calorie restriction will leave people unsatisfied and craving. It’s not exactly fun or exciting to force yourself to eat less.
For this reason, “dieting” is not sustainable and could potentially lead to gaining more fat when the body is starving and lacking nutrition.
Where Are You Losing the Weight From?
Your Belly? Your Arms and Legs?
Or is it being lost from your muscle, water, or bone mass?
Nutrition, on the other hand, is a healthy solution to fat loss. This differs from “dieting” by taking into account the needs that the body has, which includes not starving it.
Similarly, nutrition is a much better approach to the fat loss and belly fat loss solution because it considers our body composition: bone, water, and muscle.
Here at Fast Fit, there is a focus on targeting the visceral fat without losing bone mass, hydration, and muscle that the body desperately needs in order to get rid of that troublesome belly fat.
Consuming foods that reduce inflammation is a key step to lowering visceral fat in the body.
Three Simple Steps:
- Introduce healthy and nutrient rich carbs
- Plenty of protein, healthy fats, and vegetables
- As we’ve been told before, alcohol and processed sugar are not healthy
While people are able to lose that belly fat by going to the gym, that doesn’t mean that you have to sweat out the calories for it to be effective.
It is detrimental to believe that running more miles, running faster, or lifting heavier will give you results. The truth is, to lose belly fat, we must focus on reducing that visceral fat. To do this, movement is required, but extreme exercise is not recommended.
In fact, here at Fast Fit, we recommend our clients to simply take a brisk walk in order for them to shave off the extra pounds off their belly fat.
Among the other negative impacts that alcohol can have on the body, alcohol has been noted to make losing weight more difficult.
Cutting back on this will allow the liver to filter the toxicity out of the body. When it is busy working around the clock to cleanse our bodies of the alcohol, our liver is now overworked and cannot address other issues, such as excess visceral and belly fat.
Age Can Be A Major Factor
Unfortunately, as we age, our bodies simply do not respond to our desires the same way in which they used to. Movement, eating habits, and even our mood and biology is vastly different as the decades go by.
When it comes to fat loss and losing that belly fat, our ability to do so begins to slow down as soon as the age of 30.
We burn less calories than we used to at this age. We become less efficient.
Essentially, our metabolism slows down with every decade that goes by.
Turn Back the Clock
Fast Fit’s Red Light Therapy can improve your metabolism and decrease your metabolic age, which is potentially higher than your chronological age.
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