How To Get Rid of Visceral Fat: The Best Diet To Reduce Harmful Belly Fat: Six Foods To Eat

    Abdulaziz Sobh

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    Visceral fat is considered harmful because it is stored in the abdominal cavity along with many vital organs, including the liver, stomach, and intestines. High levels of visceral fat can increase the risk of serious health problems, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. A diet high in saturated fat can lead to the accumulation of visceral fat, so looking at what you eat is one of the best ways to help reduce it. But what diet is best considered and are there certain foods that you should eat?

    It has been found that low carb diets are beneficial for banishing visceral fat.

    Several studies have shown that a low carb diet is more effective in reducing visceral fat than low-fat diets.

    An eight-week study involving 69 overweight men and women found that people who followed a low carb diet lost 10 percent more visceral fat and 4.4 percent more total fat than those who followed A low-fat diet.

    When it comes to what foods you should eat as part of the diet, experts say that protein is the most important nutrient for fat loss.

    Research has shown that eating more protein can help fight hunger by increasing the levels of the fullness hormones GLP, Pyy, and cholecystokinin.

    It has also been found to reduce hunger hormone ghrelin levels.

    Studies have also shown that proteins can help increase metabolism, which can promote weight loss, as well as visceral fat loss.

    A study in 23,876 adults showed that higher protein intake was related to a lower body mass index, a higher "good" HDL cholesterol and a smaller waist circumference, a marker of visceral fat.

    The British Dietetic Association (BDA) describes the best sources of protein (for carnivores and vegetarians) and how much you should look to eat with a meal.

    Chicken - a small breast (75 g)
    Eggs - three medium eggs
    Semi-skimmed milk - one pint (600 ml)
    Baked beans: a large can (400 g)
    Nuts or seeds without salt - two handfuls (100 g)
    Minced Quoin - six and a half tablespoons (165 g)

    One study compared the popular methods of weight loss: a high-dairy diet, abdominal exercise, and a low-calorie diet.

    Of the three, the low-calorie diet turned out to be the best.

    Participants revealed a 12 percent reduction in visceral fat and a five percent decrease in general body fat.

    Portion sizes were measured with fingers and hands, and snacks were not allowed.


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