How To Lose Belly Fat Naturally Without Exercise

How To Lose Belly Fat Naturally Without Exercise. Get A Flat Belly For The Beach, Holiday or just to get healthy. In this video you will learn how to lose belly fat the right way. So many videos tell you to get a flat stomach you can rub things on your stomach or do exercises, but losing weight and reducing your belly size doesn’t work that way. You can’t lose your belly fat overnight, in 3 days, or in a week as much as it would be nice it just doesn’t work like that.

While you can lose your belly fat without exercise it is still highly recommended that you do some daily exercise whether you are a man, woman or child.

Eating a low carb diet like keto, a ketogenic diet, is the best way to reduce insulin that can help you lose weight. Also intermittent fasting can help you get into ketosis faster to start losing belly fat faster.



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  1. I enjoyed very much and learned a lot from this video and generally from your videos, great pleasure! Thank you for everything! Roi.

  2. What you're saying is confusing. On the one hand you're saying that high-intensity interval training works to reduce belly fat — but then you're saying that huffing-and-puffing exercise increases cortisol because it increases stress. Isn't huffing and puffing — temporarily — what happens when you do interval high-intensity training?

  3. Doctor your content is absolute genius!!!! I am super grateful but also sad that I only discovered you at this juncture of my life and not earlier… I have learned a tremendous amount of how my body functions and there is nothing on this planet that is more valuable than having this knowledge and you are a gift to humanity. An inspiration to millions and I hope that you will be blessed beyond measure. You are changing my life and I would love to provide some kind of a similar service to my fellowman as you and your team have been doing. Thank you thank you thank you!

  4. Thank you Dr Ekberg, you ate my life saver, been through terrible few years of divorce and picked up 10kg but got terrible ill. This is exactly what I have been through. Inflammation on Mt brain and around my heart and lungs. Cortisone treatment and then I blew up battling to get back into shape .

  5. I tell all my patients instead of saying "No pain, no gain," rephrase it to "No challenge, no gain." You can't improve if you don't challenge yourself. But there should never be any pain involved.

  6. Hi Dr. Ekberg! Thank you so much for this video. I had never heard of Cushing’s syndrome before your video and wondered what we should do if we suspect we may have it (or something reminiscent of it). Also, I’ve been strength training for the past nine months but am afraid that it’s potentially hindering my weight loss progress. Is there any way for me to still incorporate strength training but in a lower intensity range? I would be devastated if I lost all the strength gains I’ve made but I also don’t want to do something that is potentially harmful at this stage of my weight loss journey. Thank you so much!

  7. How about if you are at the stage that walking 20 feet it makes you huffing and puffing? Or if you stand for a minute your lower back tightens up and hurts a lot? How do you exercise than without stressing your body?

  8. Hi! Thanks for the helpful videos.

    I wonder if you can give some tips on what kind of fat you should replace carbohydrates with and from what sources( like avocados …)

  9. I loved this lecture. The cortisol connection absolutely resonated with me. It’s the missing link and so incredibly important. Thank you for providing this invaluable information. I would love to hear more about HIIT. Thank you.

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