Abdominal obesity is a real problem with an increased risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome and mortality from heart attack. Fat around the hips is not as dangerous.
Fat around the waist means fat around the heart and viscera. Visceral obesity is more related to increased cholesterol and high levels of inflammation.
Obesity is now viewed as chronic inflammatory disorder.
Overeating and faulty digestion is pro-inflammatory.
The best way to reduce inflammation and to burn fat is to minimize amount of carbohydrates in your diet (bread, cereal, pasta, biscuits, sweets, alcohol, rice, fruit) and to include protein in every meal to stabilize level of sugar in your blood.
Carbohydrates stimulate hunger, so the more you eat, the more cravings you going to have.
Exercise, reducing stress, plenty of water, fish oils and chromium supplements are very helpful to lose weight.
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