3. Appropriate herbal treatment or other natural treatments
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Belly fat is also called visceral fat. This tends to accumulate around vital organs, and this is what makes it dangerous. The soft, jiggly fat just under the skin is less of a problem, but still should be kept off.
If you d like a fast and safe way to lose fat and improve other aspects of your health, a short-term fast done once or twice a week is worth a try, but until proper studies are conducted with dry fasting, it s best to avoid food, not water, on your fasting days.
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Don t go for diet pills or mixtures or potions that promise to make your fat loss dreams reality without any effort on your part. If you are going to lose weight, you must not keep eating what you currently eat, you have to cut down portions of food in general, you have to change your patterns of when you eat and yes, you will have some food cravings and hunger pangs - especially in the first weeks of weight loss. Any product that promises something for nothing means that yes, you will be paying something and too right, you will be getting nothing for your money. Something for nothing indeed.
When we consume food and drinks, our body breaks these down into calories so that cells and tissues can extract the necessary nutrients to sustain life. However, not all these calories can be assimilated immediately into the system, especially when there seems to be too much calories taken per meal. These excess calories are converted into a chemical form called triglycerides.
Monday Night Football Animated Cartoon by Rob Tornoe
Drew Litton, one of the country’s best sports cartoonists (check out his cartoons here) has teamed up with Rich Moyer to create an excellent animated cartoon for tonight’s Monday night NFL season opener between the New York Jets and the Baltimore Ravens.
Drew just announced on his Facebook page that ESPN approved more animated cartoons, so look forward to checking these out as the season progresses.
Rob Tornoe is the sports cartoonist for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com, and a cartoonist for The Press of Atlantic City and WHYY. He writes about the media and the cartoon industry for Editor & Publisher.