….. Burn more energy than you consume and you will lose visceral fat, regardless of your genetics or other circumstances.
That said, there are a few other things you can do to speed up the process.
Cut out all trans fats from your diet.
There’s a reason why the Institute of Medicine recommends that our trans fat intake be “as low as possible.”
The stuff is bad.
Don’t drink a lot of alcohol.
What do we call a large accumulation of visceral fat?
A beer gut.
You now know why.
Studies show that while drinking frequency doesn’t seem to affect visceral fat levels, drinking intensity does. That is, the more you drink on each day you drink alcohol, the more likely you are to increase visceral fat stores.
So, if you’re struggling to lose visceral fat, cut back onthe alcohol.
Do resistance training.
Weightlifting isn’t just for building muscle. Studies show it’s also extremely effective for losing visceral fat.
Read this article to learn how to create a resistance training program that will work for you.
Do high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
Research shows that high-intensity interval training is not just better for overall fat loss–it’s particularly good for reducing abdominal and visceral fatness.
Interestingly, research shows this is true whether total fat mass is reduced or not.
That is, even if you don’t decrease your body fat percentage, regular aerobic exercise reduces visceral fat storage. The exercise promotes a healthier distribution of body fat (your body simply stores its fat elsewhere).
Another visceral fat elimination strategy..love the circulation effect he discusses at 4:03 minute mark. Since Fat is within silos.