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Best 4 Easy Ways to Burn More Fat: New strategy  

4 Easy Ways to Burn More Fat

- Body fat is ubiquitous and may seem maddeningly hard to urge obviate. But get obviate excess fat we must, for the sake of our health, wellness, and overall quality of life.
Luckily, it can be conquered once one knows a little bit about fat and how it is formed. To this end, we will take a closer look at what fat is, what the difference is between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ fats, and quick ways to lose body fat. We will also discuss what kind of fat burning dietary supplements are out there, and some simple exercise tips that anyone can put to use.


  • Fat is an inescapable part of life, and often it receives a very bad rap. Some of its bad reputations are definitely deserved, but the fact remains that we do need some amount of fat to ensure our survival. The fat carrying adipose cells serve many important functions. They store energy that may be required in times of need. The subcutaneous fat we all have serves as an efficient form of insulation, the fat around our internal organs serves as a kind of shock absorber, and many internal functions require fats of different kinds.
  • That being said, there are certain fats which have been labeled ‘good’ fats and others which have been called ‘bad’ fats, and it is useful for our health to understand the distinction.
  • Most of the foods we eat contain some level of fat, and once we have ingested it, this fat finds its way into our bloodstream. Since fat is not soluble in blood or water, our bodies have to find some way to contain these small particles. Our body does this by enclosing the fat particles in something called a lipoprotein. Once bound in this way, the fat particle can be moved around the body for storage or elimination via the liver.
  • Lipoproteins come in a couple of important varieties. Some are known as high-density lipoproteins or HDL, and the other variety is low-density lipoproteins or LDL.
  • LDL, or ‘bad’ cholesterol, shuttles cholesterol around the body to where it may be needed, and small amounts of it are necessary. The problem arises when there is too much of it in the bloodstream. When this happens, the LDL begins to build upon the walls of the blood vessels, causing atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries. HDL, on the other hand, does the opposite thing. It collects whatever extra cholesterol we may have in our bloodstream and delivers it to the liver for disposal. For this reason, it is considered healthy to have low LDL levels and high HDL levels.
  • How is all this connected to our diet? Well, many of the foods we eat today contain very high levels of ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol, red meat, and fried foods being the usual suspects. To maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and at the same time maintain healthy levels of body fat, we need to be alert to the many varieties of unhealthy foods that are lurking out there.
  • A healthy diet should include a good dose of green leafy vegetables, and meat consumption should be moderate and consist mostly of white meats like chicken and fish. Complex carbohydrates such as whole grains should be selected in place of starchy simple carbs. A good dose of fruit should be included for good measure, and sugar intake should be judicious.
  • Eating healthily has never been easier, and all that is required of us is aware of what we are putting into our bodies.


  • Dietary supplements come in a few major varieties. These are fat burners, fat blockers, appetite suppressants, and metabolic enhancers.
  • Fat burners are substances that help to coax the body into burning fat as fuel rather than carbs. They also aid in a process known as thermogenesis which slightly raises the temperature of the body.
  • Fat blockers bind to the fat in the food that we eat and prevent it from gaining entry to the bloodstream.
  • Appetite suppressants help to provide a feeling of fullness and help to prevent cravings.
  • Metabolic enhancers work to speed up the metabolic processes of the body, thus burning more calories.
  • If these dietary supplements are used wisely and in moderation, they can be invaluable tools in the fight to get and stay fit.


  • The human body is a wonderful living machine that is highly adaptable, resourceful, and optimized for survival. One of how the body is most resourceful is the way that it manages the foods that we put into it.
  • This resourcefulness is readily seen in the contrast between how the metabolism works when it has plenty of food as compared with the way it operates during lean periods. We can use this fact to supercharge our metabolic rates and burn fat faster than most people think is possible.
  • Most modern people consume diets that are high in carbohydrates, fat, and proteins. When the body finds itself the recipient of such a diet, it will readily convert most of the carbohydrates into glucose, which is used as a primary source of energy by the cells of the body. Excess glucose is stored in the liver and muscles in the form of glycogen, and any remaining carbohydrate or dietary fat is converted into body fat, which is a form of high energy storage.
  • If a person eats this kind of diet regularly, this cycle will continue, with carbs being converted into glucose, glycogen, and fat. The body will continue to use the abundance of glucose as a readily available source of energy, and business will go on as usual.
  • There are times, however, when enough dietary carbohydrates are not available to allow the body to engage in this cycle. This is where we once again see the flexibility of the body shine through. The body prefers to burn glucose, but it can also use other substances as fuel in times of need, and one family of such substances are known as ketones.
  • When the carbohydrate stores run out, the liver will begin to convert body fat into fatty acids and ketones. These ketones are then used by the cells as fuel for life processes, and the body goes into a fat-burning state known as ketosis. As long as the dietary intake includes protein, dietary fat, and minimal carbs, the body will remain in this state and will continue to burn fat as fuel. This will naturally result in spectacular weight loss and better physical health.
  • The key to making this work is eating these foods in the proper proportions. Any fat that is consumed should be unsaturated, light, and makeup about 45 to 50 percent of weekly calories. A good choice in this regard is olive oil. Proteins should be lean white meats such as poultry and should amount to about 35 to 40 percent of weekly calories. Only complex carbohydrates should be consumed and should make up no more than five to ten percent of weekly calories. If this diet is followed, the fat will melt off in no time.


  • No fat burning campaign would be complete without the addition of an effective fitness regimen. Regular exercise will help to get rid of excess fat, but it does much more at the same time. It increases lean muscle mass. It strengthens bones and joints. It can also prevent and in some cases reverse the onset of serious illnesses.
  • Yes, fitness regimens have many benefits and are fairly easy to execute. Three basic areas need to be addressed
    when an exercise regimen is being designed.

  • First of all, cardio-vascular health must be improved, and this is quite simple to do. The regimen just needs to include activities such as jogging, swimming, biking, or some kind of fast-paced sport which requires endurance. The individual can pick the option that they enjoy the most, just so long as they do it at least twice a week. Such activities will keep the heart and circulatory system in good working order as long as they are adhered to faithfully.
  • Another important area of personal fitness is resistance training. This serves to strengthen and reinforce the muscles of the body. Not only does this improve the overall health and quality of life, but it also helps to keep weight down because muscle is some of the most energy-intensive tissue in the body.
  • Activities that promote muscle growth include the use of free weights, nautilus equipment, cross-training, rock climbing, and many more. Once again, the individual should choose the option that suits them the best.
  • One other thing that is very beneficial in the pursuit of physical fitness is a stretching regimen. This activity allows the body to maintain and even improve its range of motion, and stretching also has a positive effect on many internal functions. One option many people have chosen is joining a yoga class. This can also provide an opportunity to practice meditation techniques that help to fight stress.
  • As we can see, winning the battle against fat is not as hard as many would think. If those who are making this a goal resolve to turn the things they have learned here into a change in their lifestyles, they too can enjoy the boundless benefits that good physical health brings.



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