How to lose visceral fat: Limit your intake of this food group to reduce the belly fat

A study including 28 overweight and obese adults found that those who followed a ketogenic diet lost more fat, especially visceral fat, than people following a low-fat diet.

Interestingly, they did so while eating roughly 300 more calories per day.

Dieting by itself won’t get rid of significant amounts of visceral fat, however – you’ll get the ultimate rewards by working out, too.

The starting point for bringing weight under control, in general, and combating abdominal fat, in particular, is regular moderate-intensity physical activity.

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