Want to know how you can burn bely fat with minimal effort? Accredited nutritionist Faye James shows you how with some easy-to-implement tips that actually work.

5 science-backed ways proven to burn more belly fat, that actually work

Let’s be honest, gaining belly fat is easy to do, but getting rid of it can be challenging. Depending on the time of the month or what foods we have eaten a few hours before, we can feel bloated or a little thicker around the midriff. That said there are a few little tricks you can implement in your daily routine and diet to sneakily burn belly fat with minimal effort. No crazy detoxes or unsustainable workout plans involved. And science backs up each and every one of the below tip. Just remember, if weight loss if your goal – slow and steady will always win the race.

Upping your protein intake is key to burning belly fat. Studies show that people who eat more protein, particularly quality protein have less abdominal fat. Protein also increases the PYY hormone which makes you feel fuller which means you feel satiated for longer. Consuming protein–rich foods such as fish, meat, dairy, pulses and eggs is one way to add more protein to your diet, however I highly recommend adding a scoop of quality protein powder to your porridge, smoothies, cookies and cakes so you can easily up your protein intake. If you find protein powders make you feel gassy or bloated, I suggest avoiding whey proteins that can aggravate the digestive system and opt for a plant-based protein powder that contains pea, hemp or fava beans. Not many people know this, but adding a sprinkle of black seed to your meals can help burn belly fat – and the science agrees. In one eight-week study, 90 women ages 25–50 with obesity were given a low-calorie diet and either a placebo or one gram of black seed oil per meal for a total of three grams per day. At the end of the study, those taking the black seed oil had lost significantly more weight and waist circumference than the placebo group. The oil group also experienced significant improvements in triglyceride and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels.

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