Summer is around the corner. You probably already started a new program that for sure will have your body swimsuit ready for your Hawaiian vacation. You put away all the clothes you hung on your treadmill because if it’s not a very expensive clothes organizer then how can you justify buying it right? 😛
You are in the zone. You are committed. You are going to obliterate that belly full of fat that accumulated during your winter hibernation. Before you start stacking P90X with Buns of Steel and 6 Minute Abs which you’ll probably stick to for about a day, take a minute or two and check your nutrition. No, this post is not a full on nutrition guide. That will be covered at another time. However, there are some tweaks or hacks that don’t take too long that can help you lean out and improve your health. Adding some cruciferous vegetables to your meals is one example.
Belly fat is something that many people want to get rid of and prevent, but it’s not just so that you can look good in your skinny jeans. Are those still in?
In fact, this type of fat is quite dangerous. The two varieties of fat — subcutaneous and visceral — found in the stomach region can cause a whole host of medical conditions.
Diabetes, sleep apnea, heart disease and even certain types of cancers are just a few of them.
So what do you do?
You may think that exercise is the only answer. While that plays a part, you might be happy to discover that eating a specific class of veggies known as “cruciferous vegetables” naturally helps fix this problem.
Watch this video for a list 5 cruciferous vegetables that make a huge impact on your waistline (in a good way).