Michael Mosley explains how to ‘lose belly fat fast’ in three easy steps, one of which is to avoid certain foods.


Michael Mosley explains how to lose belly fat quickly in three simple steps, one of which is to avoid certain foods.

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY is a British journalist, doctor, and diet book author.

He spoke to This Website about three simple steps slimmers can take to lose belly fat, which is one of the body’s most “recalcitrant” areas.

Dr. Michael Mosley is known for sharing his weight-loss advice with slimmers both online and on television.

He is the creator of The Fast 800, a weight-loss diet plan.

Dr. Mosley has previously discussed belly fat with slimmers, referring to it as “stubborn” fat that is difficult to lose.

“You have to understand belly fat,” he says, in order to lose belly fat.

“And you have to understand the basics of how insulin works to understand belly fat,” the doctor continued.

“In order to keep blood sugar stable, your body produces insulin after a meal.”

“Insulin opens glucose ports on your cell walls, allowing sugar to pass through – for burning in muscle and storage in fat.”

Insulin also controls the release of fatty acids into your system in your fat.

“As long as your insulin is working, everything is fine.”

Insulin receptors on the cell wall, on the other hand, become less sensitive as we age.

“As a result, our blood is full of glucose and fatty acids even after a meal.”

“This is a poisonous concoction that leads to a slew of negative consequences, including rapid belly fat expansion.”

So, how can slimmers begin to lose belly fat?

Dr. Mosley suggested three simple steps to take.

“You can get rid of belly fat quickly,” he said.

The first step is to eat sugar-free and simple-carbohydrate-rich foods.

“Cutting out sugar-spikes is key to making a serious impact on your belly fat,” Dr Mosley said.

“A surprising number of ‘diet’ snacks and drinks are high in sugar and marketed as such because they are low in fat.”

“Any food or drink containing more than 5% sugar should be consumed no more than twice a week,” the doctor advised.

“Sweet fruits like mango and pineapple, as well as sugary smoothies and juices, fall into this category.

“In the same way, substitute slow-release energy sources like brown rice or quinoa for processed carbs like white bread, chips, and pasta.”

Fasting on a regular basis is the second step.

“Short-term fasting can cause several changes in,” said Dr. Mosley.

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