Sugar is bad for your body in many ways, so it shouldn't be a surprise that it's also linked to having too much belly fat.
Sugar is hard to stay away from forever , but try to limit how much you eat every day and watch out for sugar in yogurt, juices, and coffee drinks, among other places.
Even though red wine is good for your health, some of the calories from alcohol are stored as belly fat, so like all good things, drink it in moderation.
You probably already know that packaged, processed foods are bad for you because they have a lot of sodium and sugar, but there's another reason to stay away from them: they often have trans fats added to them.
You don't have to go low-carb to be healthy, but you do have to pick the right carbs.
It has been shown that refined carbs that are low in fiber and nutrition can make you gain belly fat, while whole grains that are high in fiber can help you lose it.
We love all things cheesy more than anything else, but since cheese can have saturated fat, eating too much of it can show up where you don't want it to: in your stomach.
But since life without cheese isn't worth living, eat it in moderation and satisfy cravings with healthy fats like salmon, oil, and walnuts.
No matter if you were born lactose intolerant or not, as we get older, many of us have trouble digesting the lactose in dairy products.
This can mess up our digestion, make our stomachs hurt, and cause chronic gas and bloating. When eaten in large amounts, full-fat dairy products can also lead to belly fat.
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