7 Effective Strategies to Reduce Belly Fat

Reducing belly fat not only makes you look good but it is also very healthy for you. First of all, there are at least seven approaches to lose belly fat. And these seven approaches include food, cardio, strength training, sleep, stress, smoking & alcohol, and perseverance.

Most of all, to be really effective, all these seven approaches have to be followed together. Firstly, food definitely has a huge impact. So, eating the healthiest foods helps reduce the amount of fat. Next, cardio gets fat to burn which in turn helps you lose weight. Also, strength training builds muscle mass. And the more the muscle mass the more fat gets burned even when you are resting. In addition, getting proper sleep and staying stress-free decreases fat. As does not smoking and drinking minimal alcohol.

Finally, reducing belly fat from anyone who has had it for a long time, takes time. Consequently, perseverance is needed to be successful. This infographic designed by Fitness Reporting illustrates the seven approaches.

An infographic by Fitness Reporting.

Smoking vs Vaping – And Their Effects on the Environment #infographic

Smoking is an addictive habit that millions of people in the world are unable to kick. And that’s despite all of the well-known health risks and economical expenses involved in smoking cigarettes. But what you might not be aware of is that there are also other significant negative effects: the environmental ones.

According to this infographic by EsmokerCanada, 5 and a half trillion cigarettes are consumed every year. That entails the cutting down of 1.5 million trees a day. Moreover, cigarette smoke pollutes the environment far worse than diesel car emissions do. Finally, add to it that the trillions of thrown out cigarette butts take up to 12 years to disintegrate.

With that many environmental problems, it is safe to assume that you might want to consider a greener alternative like e-cigs. E-cigs are recyclable and reusable, and they don’t have or release, not by far, as many chemicals as cigarettes. So maybe you should go for this other option and help your health, your pocket and the environment.

An infographic by EsmokerCanada.