Found May 11, 2014 on Sports-Kings:
Most of the men in the world are complaining of abdominal swelling or what is called the paunch and accumulating fats in this area, although some of those people trying to follow diet programs to get rid of the paunch ,  it is exhausted for them. Here’s a collection of tips that will help you to melt the belly fat in just 7 days: Eat three meals a day: Do not you think that avoid eating breakfast may help you to reduce weight and especially the abdomen, this is a common mistake. Breakfast is of the most important meals that work on speeding your metabolism and thus reduce weight. You must have in your day a breakfast must be rich in nutrient value such as eggs or cereal, a balanced lunch, and dinner must be made ​​up of salads or soups. Start with water: Start your day with a glass of warm water and lemon juice, which helps to clean your digestive and get rid of the fat . Taking into account drinking from 6 to 8 glasses of water per day . Stay away from breads: Bread of the main reasons of the flatulence, and this is because of the yeast  which inflate the abdomen and store fats in this area. Stay away from sugary food: Substitute sugary food which are rich in calories with fruits . Stay away from salt: Avoid adding salt to your food ; because it make water retention inside the body . Eat slowly: Eat slowly so you will feel full early, and thus digest food faster and prevent any symptoms of puff or gases. Exercise: Pressure Exercises of the best exercises that helps you to lose your paunch forever!
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