Lose Your Belly Fat with Dr. Oz's Latest Weight Loss Advice
Have you been held back from losing your belly fat because someone has told you that losing belly fat after 40 is physically impossible? As it turns out, this is just one myth of many that prevent people from even trying to lose weight and their big belly. Fortunately, however, Dr. Oz is busting those myths with his latest weight loss advice to supplement his previous top belly fat fighters.
“Have you tried everything to get rid of your belly fat but it just won’t budge? I am going to show you what really works to make your belly go from fat to flat,” promises Dr. Oz as he busts a few belly fat myths and tells viewers how they can lose weight and their belly fat once and for all.
Belly Fat Myth #1: You cannot lose your belly fat after 40
This is a myth reports Dr. Oz as he explains one of the reasons for putting on belly fat after 40.
“After age 40, there’s some changes in our hormones and they trigger the fat cells to begin to appear around the belly and they get ponderously big sometimes as you lose your [previously slim] waistline,” says Dr. Oz as he points out that many people unknowingly are feeding that belly fat by drinking fruit juices and health bars that they mistakenly believe is part of eating healthy. In fact, however, Dr. Oz explains that many fruit juice drinks and health bars are actually loaded with carbohydrates, which then causes a spike in insulin levels causing more fat to be stored around the belly.
It’s not our age, it’s the stuff we are eating,” says Dr. Oz who tells viewers that rather than reaching for a snack bar when hungry, to try cheese instead---in particular, Swiss cheese with the recommendation of eating only one ounce with every meal.
“The calcium in the Swiss cheese actually blocks the fat from being stored and instead you begin to metabolize it and it helps offset the hormone change that occurs with obesity,” says Dr. Oz.
Belly Fat Myth #2: High fat foods cause belly fat
“When you eat foods that are labeled low fat or reduced fat, the sugars in those foods turns on your fat cells,” says Dr. Oz who refers to such foods and labeling as being “head fakes.” What he does recommend is eating foods with the right kinds of fat such as monounsaturated fats that will help melt away your belly fat in comparison to many foods that are labeled as low fat.