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Old 01-05-2012, 11:31 AM   #1
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Muffin top? Ever heard of Belly Fat Cure Diet

So I started induction Sunday and have lost 6 lbs thus far. I know this will slow down quite a bit. I have stayed on program with the exception of a handful of sunflower kernals. low in carbs but not on the induction list.

My question is where do people first notice that the weight comes of their body? My only real problem areas are my stomach area thus resulting in a muffin top and a fuller face and the beginning of a double chin. If I could lose the weight quicker around my middle than I would have a ton more clothes in my closet that I could be wearing. The pants that do fit around my middle are very baggie in the back side.

While researching lc recipes I came across some youtube videos and blogs that are based on the Belly Fat Diet. It seems mostly low carb but they incorporate certain foods that help with weight loss around your middle. I'm going to try and google some more info on it.

Any suggestions for working on this problem area would be helpful. I do use the treadmill 4-5 times a week and wi Zumba at least once.

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I lost 20lbs on Weight Watchers but was still in the same darn pants from when I started!! I seem to lose first in my upper arms (of all places!) and my face, my belly always hangs on for dear life!!! Low carb tightens me up much better than WW but it still take quite a few pounds before it even touches my stomach. My pants (size 14) are comfortable in the waist and butt so I guess I have more chubb in my tushy than you but it would be nice to just get into a smaller size...
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So I started induction Sunday and have lost 6 lbs thus far. I know this will slow down quite a bit. I have stayed on program with the exception of a handful of sunflower kernals. low in carbs but not on the induction list.

My question is where do people first notice that the weight comes of their body? My only real problem areas are my stomach area thus resulting in a muffin top and a fuller face and the beginning of a double chin. If I could lose the weight quicker around my middle than I would have a ton more clothes in my closet that I could be wearing. The pants that do fit around my middle are very baggie in the back side.

While researching lc recipes I came across some youtube videos and blogs that are based on the Belly Fat Diet. It seems mostly low carb but they incorporate certain foods that help with weight loss around your middle. I'm going to try and google some more info on it.

Any suggestions for working on this problem area would be helpful. I do use the treadmill 4-5 times a week and wi Zumba at least once.

TIA

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Did you see Dr. Oz a couple of days ago when Montel Williams was on? He suggested eat three teaspoons of sunflower seeds a day is a good dose to help knock out belly fat. So you are headed in the right direction eating the sunflower seeds.
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I was reading reviews for The Belly Fat Cure on amazon and it seems his methods are high protein low carb but not as low as Atkins. I gather he lowered the carbs allowed in his latest book as some lady made the comment that he had turned into Atkins (this was a negative in her eyes). I personally will stick to Atkins and see where I am in 6 months.
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Did you see Dr. Oz a couple of days ago when Montel Williams was on? He suggested eat three teaspoons of sunflower seeds a day is a good dose to help knock out belly fat. So you are headed in the right direction eating the sunflower seeds.
Koo what was theproduct he was indorsing? i missed 1/2 the program
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There is unfortunately no solid research to support any one food that "attacks" fat in any part of the body. Reducing your overall body fat is the only way, through whatever means work best for you. The "Flat Belly" diet I have looked at does target foods that reduce bloating and do not bloat you, but that is much different than "fat". For women inparticular, mid-section fat is often the last to go.
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I do not believe that you can spot reduce with diet. The fat will come off where it wants, when it wants. Eating a specific thing is not going to reduce fat in any one place on your body. Exercising won't even do that. You can, however, tighten musculature beneath the skin in certain areas giving a more toned appearance. But that won't do a thing to the fat there. That just has to come off on its own.

Oh, and just a personal aside, not to offend anyone, but I wouldn't trust Dr. Oz as far as I could throw him.
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I always lose fat from the top down- the "girls" always disappear first- the hips ( and trust me I HAVE hips) go last. But each person is unique- I have a friend who just loses all over at the same time, my sister loses her stomach absolutely last- I think it just depends. I agree with others that you can't spot reduce through diet- you body will do what it wants to do- you just control what goes in. You can definitely tighten certain areas through exercise- If you are most concerned with you stomach, start core exercises and crunches-
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There is a strong correlation between excess cortisol and belly fat so I don't see how any particular food would counteract that.

It seems likely that the fat that has been exposed the longest to excess insulin is going to be the most stubborn. So the fat that was last gained should go first and visa versa.
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I do not believe that you can spot reduce with diet. The fat will come off where it wants, when it wants. Eating a specific thing is not going to reduce fat in any one place on your body. Exercising won't even do that. You can, however, tighten musculature beneath the skin in certain areas giving a more toned appearance. But that won't do a thing to the fat there. That just has to come off on its own.

Oh, and just a personal aside, not to offend anyone, but I wouldn't trust Dr. Oz as far as I could throw him.
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There is a strong correlation between excess cortisol and belly fat so I don't see how any particular food would counteract that.

It seems likely that the fat that has been exposed the longest to excess insulin is going to be the most stubborn. So the fat that was last gained should go first and visa versa.
Yep, and in my (and many people's cases!) that is fat on the belly. Belly fat is a very reliable visual indicator of insulin resistance.
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As far as I'm know the process that determines the location of fat deposition is not fully understood. It's certainly linked to sex hormones in some manner, as the depsition of fat follows broadly similar patterns dependant on your sex. But there is still a great deal of individual variability within that parameter and as such a diet promising to reduce a specific area must be making a claim that the specific reduction will come as part of an overall reduction.

That being said, I seemed to lose mostly in the thighs, waist, belly and moobs. I've also noticed my face is thinner and wrists too (a watch that wouldn't clasp now fits perfectly. That doesn't leave much leftover does it....I'm pretty sure my ears haven't lost weight.

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As far as I'm know the process that determines the location of fat deposition is not fully understood. It's certainly linked to sex hormones in some manner, as the depsition of fat follows broadly similar patterns dependant on your sex. But there is still a great deal of individual variability within that parameter and as such a diet promising to reduce a specific area must be making a claim that the specific reduction will come as part of an overall reduction.

That being said, I seemed to lose mostly in the thighs, waist, belly and moobs. I've also noticed my face is thinner and wrists too (a watch that wouldn't clasp now fits perfectly. That doesn't leave much leftover does it....I'm pretty sure my ears haven't lost weight.

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HA !! Moobs...thanks for the giggle, I love the term. I've heard a lot of other ones but not that one yet

Agreed about sex hormones, but also about the variation. Being female, I am quite well endowed in the 'Woobs', but have pretty much no fat on the legs/thighs/hips. I have tiny little hips, actually. My waist is where the fat goes (and upper arms!).
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So I started induction Sunday and have lost 6 lbs thus far. I know this will slow down quite a bit. I have stayed on program with the exception of a handful of sunflower kernals. low in carbs but not on the induction list.

My question is where do people first notice that the weight comes of their body? My only real problem areas are my stomach area thus resulting in a muffin top and a fuller face and the beginning of a double chin. If I could lose the weight quicker around my middle than I would have a ton more clothes in my closet that I could be wearing. The pants that do fit around my middle are very baggie in the back side.

While researching lc recipes I came across some youtube videos and blogs that are based on the Belly Fat Diet. It seems mostly low carb but they incorporate certain foods that help with weight loss around your middle. I'm going to try and google some more info on it.

Any suggestions for working on this problem area would be helpful. I do use the treadmill 4-5 times a week and wi Zumba at least once.

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I first noticed a difference in my face and neck. No one even noticed my weight loss, even hubby until I lost 50 lbs. It would be nice if you could target weight loss in certain problem areas but I don't think it's possible without a surgeon. Be patient!!!
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Koo what was theproduct he was indorsing? i missed 1/2 the program
It was Safslim, a Safflower Oil supplement.
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It was Safslim, a Safflower Oil supplement.
oh ok thanks

i have acually tryed looking for safflower oil in a couple of groceries and couldnt find it

i may try the sup's
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oh ok thanks

i have acually tryed looking for safflower oil in a couple of groceries and couldnt find it

i may try the sup's
From what I read, the difference is price is a lot, so you might want to keep trying to find the safflower oil itself. Now someone did say the orange Safslim taste good but has to be refrigerated. I wonder if the safflower oil does too. Maybe that is where you would find it, is in the refrigerated area of the grocery.
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Did you see Dr. Oz a couple of days ago when Montel Williams was on? He suggested eat three teaspoons of sunflower seeds a day is a good dose to help knock out belly fat. So you are headed in the right direction eating the sunflower seeds.
Good to hear Karen. The ones I eat are salted. Not sure if thats ok. I will look for some unsalted ones. They are only 1 carb for 1/4 cup. I will look up that show. Thanks for the info.

BTW I think the name of the diet was Belly fat cure diet.
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Hi...I used the Belly Fat Cure for a while...I liked it and after I do induction with Atkins I intend to go back to it because it works...but I just wanted the boost with induction...and also...it's very easy to follow because there is alot you can have...there is a book with all the details...costs about 15 dollars...I found it at Wal-Mart!
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Yep, and in my (and many people's cases!) that is fat on the belly. Belly fat is a very reliable visual indicator of insulin resistance.
Well than thats what I got.
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As far as I'm know the process that determines the location of fat deposition is not fully understood. It's certainly linked to sex hormones in some manner, as the depsition of fat follows broadly similar patterns dependant on your sex. But there is still a great deal of individual variability within that parameter and as such a diet promising to reduce a specific area must be making a claim that the specific reduction will come as part of an overall reduction.

That being said, I seemed to lose mostly in the thighs, waist, belly and moobs. I've also noticed my face is thinner and wrists too (a watch that wouldn't clasp now fits perfectly. That doesn't leave much leftover does it....I'm pretty sure my ears haven't lost weight.

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I first noticed a difference in my face and neck. No one even noticed my weight loss, even hubby until I lost 50 lbs. It would be nice if you could target weight loss in certain problem areas but I don't think it's possible without a surgeon. Be patient!!!
Wow 50 lbs. Thats awesome!
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Hi...I used the Belly Fat Cure for a while...I liked it and after I do induction with Atkins I intend to go back to it because it works...but I just wanted the boost with induction...and also...it's very easy to follow because there is alot you can have...there is a book with all the details...costs about 15 dollars...I found it at Wal-Mart!
I'll have to keep an eye out for it. I'm interested to see the foods allowed.
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Well I've actually lost 90+ but 50 was when it started getting noticed.
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I actually have the book and also the pocket guide that I was getting ready to drop off at Goodwill. IM me your address and I will send them to you if you want them.

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Just sent you a message. Actually my list was 1-16, then added a #17, now going to add a #18. You will understand when you read your message and my other post on the atkins induction area.
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I always lose fat from the top down- the "girls" always disappear first- the hips ( and trust me I HAVE hips) go last. But each person is unique- I have a friend who just loses all over at the same time, my sister loses her stomach absolutely last- I think it just depends. I agree with others that you can't spot reduce through diet- you body will do what it wants to do- you just control what goes in. You can definitely tighten certain areas through exercise- If you are most concerned with you stomach, start core exercises and crunches-

Me, tooooo.....I hate that. Boobs first, upper torso second, now upper arms. I am still working on the upper thighs and muffin top. I will have to lower my goal to see if that pudge will disappear.

With that said, I have the Flat Belly Diet Cookbook that I bought a year ago. At the time, it seems too restrictive to me...can't remember why. Possibly the ingredients in a lot of the recipes did not appeal to me. I do believe that you can not spot reduce with exercise, so I can't imagine that you can do it with a diet.
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I lost alot in my bottom and thighs really fast this time...I am hanging on to a little thickness around the muffin top area...although since reading Wheat Belly and understanding the inflammatory affects of grains on our body I have tried to eliminate more wheat and grain products...I hadn't made it to that wrung yet any how on the ladder and now I don't know if I will ever have more than an occasional lc wrap or flat bread again...as it is I only use these once about a month for a pizza treat...but I have found that the oopsies work great for mini pizzas so even less now.
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Wouldn't is be reasonable to assume that the fat will reduce in proportion to where it is stored?

Men get fat above the waist around the belly and Women it's generally below the waist in the hips and buttocks.

So say you are a woman carrying 20lbs of fat and with the following deposition:

Buttocks 40%
Hips 30%
Breasts 20%
Remainder 10%

If you lost 10lbs wouldn't it be expected to lose that weight spread across the same proportions? That's assuming you are in good health of course, hormonal issues can cause localised fat movement.

If certain areas were targetable (intentionally or not), I think we'd see a lot more people complaining about uneven weight loss. Also, why would it be only horizontal? Could I work to lose the fat in my left thigh and right wrist?

My experience was that it all dropped away fairly evenly, or not so unevenly that I suddenly thought I was losing weight in any particular area.

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