Small little adjustments here and there can really add up over time when it comes to losing arm fat. And knowing which adjustments to make will make life much easier for you.
Unfortunately, you’ve probably been pitched everything from sleeveless snake oil to pills that get rid of parasites in your intestine that are responsible for weight gain. Could internet marketers get any more trickier?
Luckily for you, I’ve already sifted through all the nonsense and I know what works. And I want to show you what I’ve learned.
Thus, here are some nutrition tips for arm fat loss:
1. Load up on fat. Seriously! Dietary fat will increase the levels of arm fat burning hormones in your body. And make sure you have saturated fat. Despite what you’ve been told, saturated fat is GOOD for you. Coconut is my favorite choice here.
2. Become a water grazer. If you only drink water when you’re eating, you’re missing out big time. You have to drink in between meals. Why? Because you become dehydrated during these gaps. Moreover, if you have lots of water in one sitting, you’re more likely to urinate it out.
3. Have some caffeine. A little caffeine about an hour before working out will work wonders. Not only will it make the firing of your muscle fibers faster, but it will also increase your pain threshold. Just make sure that you don’t take caffeine later in the day as this will prevent you from sleeping well.
4. Load up on Ceylon cinnamon. Put Ceylon cinnamon on as many meals as you can, especially the bigger ones. Why? Because Ceylon cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants and increases insulin sensitivity. And better insulin sensitivity translates into more calories going to active tissues while arm fat starves and disintegrates.
The most important element here is to take ACTION on this advice. Most women read something and NEVER take action. Information is only as useful as the amount of action you take on it. So if you want to finally get rid of that arm fat, include these tips and tricks in your daily routine!beauty, exercise, fat, fitness, food, health, metabolism, Nutrition, Supplements, weight loss, weight loss program, weight loss programs, wellness, women
October 31 2009 03:05 am | Supplements