It’s basic common sense. We all want to look and feel better. When we look in the mirror, we want to see a trim reflection. Plain and simple, when we look better, we have more confidence and life seems easier and better. Belly Stripper® helps to do just that—it contours your body and helps you drop belly fat while you sleep so you look svelte. Dream yourself thin with Belly Stripper®.
You have read the news and watched the latest diet and exercise shows. Everyone knows it’s all about burning off excess fat. But it turns out that not all fat is created equal—and many folks who need to lose fat even know about it. It is called visceral fat. We all need a little visceral fat to protect our organs, but many of us have way too much visceral fat. Men are thought to be high risk if they have a waistline of 40 inches or more, while women are in this category with a waistline of 35 inches.
Ten pounds is two inches of flab – and many of the people who have tried Belly Stripper® lost as much as four inches right away!
“For many years I’ve exercised, eaten raw and organic, consumed gallons of vegetable juice and green smoothies, done cleanses and heavy metal chelations etc yet the post menopausal belly flab has persisted. In the month since I started using Belly Stripper® daily I’ve lost inches – 2″ from chest, 1.5″ from waist and 1″ from hips… it’s a gradual process and I’m noticing that the swelling in my left leg and ankle has gone, there is also a steady reduction in fatty deposits in my body. I have more energy and feel more ‘alive’. this stuff is working!!!” – Bente Hansen
You know how hard dieting is. And you never have the time to exercise enough to melt belly fat. However, with Belly Stripper®, it is simple. Simpy apply before bed, and watch your belly fat melt away.
APPLES AND PEARS
In general, your body shape is a reflection of both your genes and your lifestyle. Different people put on fat in different places. Some people just naturally carry weight in their midsections (an apple shape) while others are more bottom-heavy (a pear shape).
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It’s important to understand that what we refer to as belly fat is known medically as visceral fat. The reason visceral fat is unhealthy is that it accumulates around and in the abdominal organs unlike “normal” fat that resides immediately under the skin. Visceral fat impairs the function of the organs and increases our risk for sudden death, diabetes, stroke, heart attack.
Whatever your age or gender, a life of watching TV all the time and processed fast food can go right to your belly. A study by researchers at Duke University suggests that shunning exercise is an especially effective way to put on belly fat. The study, published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, found that just eight months of inactivity increased visceral fat — the potentially dangerous layer of belly fat — by about 9 percent. On the bright side, people who exercised vigorously for eight months actually reduced their visceral fat by about 8 percent.
A sedentary lifestyle may not be the only path to a large belly. There’s growing evidence that continued stress — such as dissatisfaction that comes from a high-pressure, low-paying job — can encourage the buildup of fat around the midsection. When under stress, the body produces hormones such as cortisol that put your entire body on high alert. Among other things, the hormones seem to encourage the buildup of belly fat. In fact, some experts believe that a potbelly might be the body’s defense mechanism against stress. Fat cells may actually break down cortisol, giving the rest of the body a slight respite from stress.
According to a report in the British Medical Journal, the size of your waist may say more about your health than other common measures of obesity, including body mass index (BMI) or waist-to-hip ratio. For most people, the scale really does tell the story. “Almost everyone with a BMI over 30 [the standard definition of obesity] also has a large waist circumference,” Klein says. “The small number of people with healthy BMIs and large waists still seem to be targets for health problems,” he says, a testament to the dangers of belly fat.