Lose The Fat and Uncover Those Abs
You want to lose weight, some of that fat that is covering your belly, your real purpose is to get those six-pack abs or that flat sexy stomach, well if you can’t see your six-pack abs it’s because they are covered with fat. If you lose all the fat, you will see your six-pack abs, they are there always, they may not be as well defined as you would like, but they will be there.
Most people wanting a six-pack have the same problem, exercise those abdominal muscles until you are exhausted day after day and you seem to make no progress at all. Exercise alone may very well give your six-pack more definition, but unless you shed the fat, they will still be hidden, you could have a perfect six-pack and never see them if they are covered with layers of fat.
In order to build muscle, yes, exercise is important especially the correct exercise, but in order to be effective, you have to feed them with the correct nutrients as well. Not all food is suitable for building healthy muscle, however, it works out that the nutritious food you need to build muscle is the same nutritious food you need to lose fat.
Heavily processed foods are the worst things you can consume, almost devoid of any nutrition and full of things like the bad and damaged fats and corn syrup. Start eating more natural food, food with the least processing done as possible, and animal products from animals that were fed as they were designed to be, like cows being fed grass, you will naturally get rid of the fat and feed your muscle at the same time. Humans has survived since mankind first came into this world without processed food, not only survived but flourished.
Exercise and Nutrition
Eating a good nutritionally balanced diet means there is no need for supplements, not even the fat reduction remedies, and if you exercise appropriately you will reduce your body fat and increase your muscle mass and bone density and strengthen your joints. Loss of bone density naturally accompanies weight loss and must be catered for, exercise increases bone density, so any diet plan has to include exercise in order to maintain bone density, some form of resistance training is best for this coupled with full body exercises and the correct amounts of rest. Yes, rest is important too, your body needs it to recover from bouts of activity, that’s the way mankind has survived for hundreds of thousands of years, eating natural foods, exercising, and resting.
To get those six-pack abs or that flat sexy stomach for the women, some targeted abs exercise is required, but for the most part, full body exercises are the most beneficial, they also exercise your entire mid section, not just your abs.