You can add to your fat burning efforts with specific belly fat burners. One of the many things you need to know about losing fat is that if you are really serious about it, you'll need to burn it off your body.
In order to do this you need to expend more calories than you eat.
It's a very simple process really, if you continue eating too many calories (regardless if those calories come from protein, carbohydrates or fat) than your body has the ability to use each day, you'll continue to get fatter.
Any calories that your body can't use up each day will get accumulate as more body fat.
Don't think that any pills can do this for you.
None, regardless of how good they may be, will be able to get you lean if you continue to over-eat.
In order to avoid building up or adding to your current stores of body fat you have to eat less food per meal, per day, per week and start increasing your daily activity level. Actually, the preferred thing to do would be to do both at the same time.
Then once your have been doing this for a few weeks, add in the belly fat burners that are safe, have no side effects and have been proven to work in the 'real world'.
You can also do a few more things to help speed up the rate at which your body burns fat, such as:
Consistent and properly structured exercise will speed up your metabolism. This is especially true with resistance exercise (weight training).
You need to realize that you really do have control over your metabolism. Adjust your metabolism and burn fat. It's that simple. Consistent exercise will do this for you.
Eat a healthy, properly balanced diet.
This is a no-brainer and is related to the information above concerning the fact that if you take in too many calories they'll be stored as fat.
Don't waste your money on belly fat burner pills, powders or drinks that don't work. Just because certain celebrities endorse specific products doesn't mean they will do anything for you. Remember, endorsements are paid advertising.
When it comes down to fat burning or gaining weight for that matter, most people use a regular bathroom scale to help them determine their success. This is not the way to do it. A bathroom scale can't tell you if you are losing even one ounce of body fat.
A bathroom scale cannot tell the difference between weight loss that comes from body fat and weight loss that comes from muscle (very bad because this slows down your metabolism making fat loss even harder) or water weight.
Losing body fat and losing body weight are not the same things. A loss of body weight can be attributed to many different factors and a scale doesn't know what it's weighing. In short, don't use a bathroom scale to try and determine if any belly fat burners for women are working for you or not.
Primarily there are three effective ways to measure if they are working for you or not, this includes:
There are many versions of the body fat analyzers on the market. They all claim to be able to measure your body fat percentage very quickly with zero hassle. And for the most part they do.
Basically they work by using a bioelectrical impedance method. What this means is that a low-level of electrical current is passed through your body and the "impedance" is measured. Many personal trainers have been using this method with their clients for years and have found it to be quite reliable.
These are much like very big tweezers. Callipers are used to hold on to your folds of skin at about 8 specific points on your body to measure the thickness. This is not the best method to use.
For one thing, you need a second person who will have to take the measurements. In addition, unless the person you have operating the callipers has done thousands before you, you'll end up with very different readings each time. It's a very cheap method but not highly recommended.
This consists of underwater weighing. Basically you sit on a scale inside a tank of water with big tubes in your mouth, your nose clamped and blow out as much air as you can. You are submersed completely.
Fat is lighter than water, so the more fat you have, the more you will float. The scale you're sitting on can measure your weight to determine your body fat percentage.
This is a fairly accurate method to measure the effectiveness of fat burners, but it's very expensive (you can usually only have this performed at a university) and you won't be able to do it at all it you don't feel comfortable being under water and breathing out all your air.
In order for belly fat burners to work properly, they should be strong enough to curb your appetite, speed up the metabolism so you will burn more calories, create heat so you burn more fat, but will not give you the unwanted side effects such as: jitteriness, nervousness or heart palpitations.
With most fat burners advertised in infomercials, magazines etc, yes the models look great but even if some of these products did work as they say (we've never seen any scientific evidence that they do) it's not something you can take for the rest of your life.
It's exercise, nutrition and a healthy lifestyle that will ultimately get you the results you want.
It's possible with exercise, proper nutrition and only then adding in a fat burning supplement to lose excess fat and prevent weight gain.
But please keep in mind, a higher dose of anything doesn't mean faster weight loss, just a lot more side effects.
Nothing will work properly if you don't change something.
Start with your exercise and nutrition program and only then try a supplement to see if it works as good for you.
Don't fall for the "new" category of useless belly fat burners that are supposed to block Cortisol levels. We'll explain why in another article.