The 5-part series that I put together on how best to lose fat shows you how to use all of the components of fat burning as well as you can. Each part (some with more than one sub-part) gives you the best information that I could find. Keep in mind that the information is general, which means that specific applications will vary depending on your particular health status. Here are the basic steps.
Step 1. Eating to Burn Fat: the best fat burning foods, the best eating pattern (when to eat for optimum fat burning), and how many calories are ideal for you. Scientific studies really clear up some common confusion here.
Step 2. Fat Burning Supplements: Why there is no silver bullet that solves everything, regardless of what you read about Hoodia and other so called miracle weight loss pills. Supplementation the right way will boost your metabolism, control your appetite and blood sugar, shrink fat cells, alleviate fat triggering stress, and provide the key missing mineral that your fat burning furnace depends on. You can get a head start on this step right now at Doctors Nutrition Center (if this link doesn’t work, insert this url into your browser: http://www.doctorsnutritioncenter.com/belly fat reduction.html).
Step 3. Fat Burning Exercises That Really Work: You will be pleasantly surprised how simple it is to do the right exercises for burning fat. Not ab crunches. Not sweating at a gym for hours on end. In fact, not strenuous at all. The absolutely best scientific research for exercising to burn fat is easy yet brisk for all ages, youth to seniors (even up to age 92!), regardless of whether you have painful joints that keep you from walking or working out.
Step 4. Stress, The Most Overlooked Cause of Fat: What you must do to prevent stress from undermining your best efforts to burn fat even though you are eating right, taking the best supplements, and doing the right exercises. This is the key to healthy slimming.
Step 5. Achieving Key Hormone Balance: Fat makes hormones that either help you burn fat or make you store more. Hormone levels change as you age, so keeping them balanced is crucial for maintaining youthful metabolism and a younger looking, slimmer and healthier body.
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All the best in natural health,