Best Way for a Vegan to Lose Belly Fat [Video]

The Best Way for a Vegan to Lose Belly Fat
Educational Video from Dr. Eric Berg
Although the general perception of vegans is that they are healthy and skinny (which bears out in certain scientific studies), there are some vegans who struggle with weight issues, particularly abdominal or belly fat.

This could be due to various reasons including genetics, age, hormones and, of course, lifestyle.  Some vegans are sedentary and do not exercise regularly.  Other vegans make poor vegan food choices.  Not all vegan food is healthy.  Plenty of processed and junk foods qualify as "vegan" but have the same deleterious health effects as non-vegan foods.

In this 8 minute video, Dr. Eric Berg explains what causes the accumulation of belly fat, the role that the hormone insulin plays in visceral fat, and which foods vegans should eat as well as avoid in order to stop gaining and storing belly fat or to begin losing it.


Eric Berg, DC, is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods.  He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning.  

Related:
Vegan Food Guide :  A Daily Plan for Healthy Eating (Vegan Pyramid)
Digest This:  Veganism Debunked
The Anatomy of a Vegan
Wondering About a Vegan Diet?
Health Benefits of Veganism

Calories in Starbucks Coffee and Drinks [Infographic]

Calories in Starbucks Coffee
and Drinks [Infographic]
from I Love Coffee
Love your Starbucks Cafe Mocha or Green Tea Latte?  Feel that you might even be addicted?

It turns out that many of these types of drinks are laden with fat and sugar and that's why they taste so good, keep us craving them and coming back for more.

But, according to diet and weight loss experts, combining fat and sugar is one of the surest ways to gain weight, especially belly fat.

Read:  Sugar + Fat = Belly Fat

This fat + sugar complications also leads to higher risks for chronic disease, such as diabetes.

Finally, the experts tells us to be very careful about drinking calories.  Drinking excessive calories is much easier and faster than eating them.  High calorie and high sugar drinks also spike blood sugar levels, which can lead to metabolic disorders.

All this doesn't mean you have to give up your Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha (if you are healthy and don't have weight to lose). But, some of these types of coffee and tea drinks should be thought of and consumed as deserts, as special treats on rare occasions - not something to drink on a daily basis.

Infographic source from I Love Coffee.

Further Reading:

High-Fat HighSugar Snacks Linked to Belly Fat

Related:

❤ The Real Causes of Your Belly Fat
❤ How to Lose Belly Fat Part I
❤ Top 5 Ways to Get a Flat Stomach
❤ Eat These 6 Foods to Help Get Rid of Your Stubborn Belly Fat
❤ Shrink Your Belly in 14 Days
❤ How to Lose Your Weight (No Diet, Just Sensible Tips!)

Food as Medicine: Preventing and Treating Disease with Diet [Video]

Food As Medicine
Image Credit: Fit Body Full Life
As the scientific evidence pours in, more than ever it is very clear that your diet has everything to do with your health status.  Your health status, in turn, impacts your weight and the amount of dangerous, toxic visceral (belly) fat you accumulate.

If you have a weight and/or belly fat problem, holistic and integrative health practitioners will advise you to first and foremost examine your nutrition and diet.  What are you eating?  Are the foods and beverages you are consuming hurting or helping your health (and by extension, your weight)?  

This video from Dr. Michael Greger, MD is his newest presentation on the latest cutting-edge research exploring the role that diet and nutrition may play in preventing, arresting/halting, and even treating and reversing some of the most prevalent and feared causes of disability and death in the U.S. and elsewhere.

For other informative videos and articles, visit Dr. Greger's site, NutritionFacts.org, which is strictly a non-commerical, science-based service and an excellent resource on the latest peer-reviewed nutrition and health research, presented in a way that is easy to understand.




To watch the video on NutritionFacts.org and also to view the full transcript of the presentation, visit this page:  Food as Medicine: Preventing and Treating the Most Dreaded Diseases with Diet











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