- Eat plenty of soluble fiber.
- Avoid foods that contain trans fats.
- Don’t drink too much alcohol.
- Eat a high protein diet.
- Reduce your stress levels.
- Don’t eat a lot of sugary foods.
- Do aerobic exercise (cardio)
- Cut back on carbs — especially refined carbs.
What causes belly and back fat?
Excess upper, middle, and lower back fat builds up for the same reason any other fat does: due to genetics, a lack of exercise, a sedentary lifestyle, or certain health conditions. With age, fat also tends to accumulate more around your belly area, which can also lead to so-called “love handles” on your lower back.
What exercises get rid of belly and back fat?
- Crunches: The most effective exercise to burn stomach fat is crunches.
- Walking: A very simple cardio exercise which helps you lose the belly fat and stay fit.
- Vertical leg exercises:
How long does it take to lose belly and back fat?
The American Council on Exercise says a 1 percent body fat loss per month is safe and achievable. Given that math, it could take a woman with average body fat about 20 to 26 months to achieve the appropriate amount of fat loss for six-pack abs. The average man would need about 15 to 21 months.