How To Burn Belly Fat: Reducing the fat around the abdomen and waist is a very difficult task, for this you must follow the fast diet routine once.

How Fist Diet Helps in Losing Weight: You must have tried many times in the past to lose weight, but still you are not getting the desired result. Once the fat around the abdomen and waist increases, it becomes very difficult to reduce it. Now the time has come for you to try something new, Dr. Ayushi Yadav, a famous dietician working at GIMS Hospital, Greater Noida, told ZEE NEWS that fat stored in the body can be reduced with the help of Fist Diet. For this, regular care has to be taken of strict diet and some exercise.

What to do to lose weight?

While doing the fist diet, special care is taken that how many calories have been consumed in your body and how many calories have been burned. In this diet chart, only those things are kept so that our body can get enough nutrients and unwanted fat can be reduced. Let us know in detail what is Fist Diet and how you can lose weight by adopting it.

Melt belly fat through

Fist Diet Fist diet means that you eat only as much as can be contained in your fist. In this too, 3 meals are eaten like a normal day and then keep 4 handfuls of food on the plate. Do not forget to include carbohydrates, fiber, fats, and protein in breakfast, lunch, and dinner. While adopting this diet chart, take care of whether it is necessary for you and whether it is unnecessary, or else you will not get the desired result.

Bring balance to your eating habits.

Do not eat fast food at all.

Eat protein-rich foods like eggs, fish, and white meat.

Eat potatoes, rice, and other grains high in carbohydrates.

Eat dry fruits, olive oil, and avocado for fats.

Keep away from sweet things like candy, and chocolate.

Heavy exercise is not compulsory during the fist diet.

Can do light cardio like common treadmill, cycling.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, take medical advice. Kalamtimes does not confirm this.)