In this blog, we’re going to discuss the most common areas where stubborn fat lives, and what you can do about it. The more you know, the easier it will be for you to take on stubborn fat at the source!
We all understand the struggle that comes with sticking to a workout and diet regime to lose weight. We give up time during our day to sweat out almost all body fluid in the gym, and sip our meals out of straws, and attempt to stick with every plan we possibly can remove unwanted belly fat and cellulite.
Summertime means fun time. Vacations, parties, time spent on the beach, reunions, weddings; it’s all a matter of longer days, warmer nights, and the magical time of year when you slow down and have more fun.
With the arrival of summertime weather comes the annual tradition of putting on your first pair of shorts. One thing that can create a terrible shorts-wearing experience is the arrival of lumpy, bumpy cellulite around your thighs and buttocks. No one wants it, but many women have it; and it doesn’t discriminate. Whether you are overweight or underweight, young or old, fair skinned or darker skinned, you are susceptible.
They say that man cannot live on bread alone. But there are certainly many men and women who would gladly feast on bread, rolls, muffins, and all kinds of starchy carbohydrates until the end of time. Just the smell of freshly baked bread is enough to make your mouth start watering.
Coffee is everywhere. From the Seattle-based shops on every corner, to the coffee-and-donut stores on every street. Coffee is a beloved drink in our country and with so many health benefits offered per cup, it’s easy to see why we drink it. Not only does it wake you up in the morning, it can perk you up in the afternoon. It has been proven to boost concentration and alertness, so it’s the perfect travel companion. Plus, coffee might lower your risk of liver disease and type 2 diabetes.