Diets Prevention

How to Get Rid of Visceral Fat

An excessive accumulation of visceral fat (belly fat) is believed to be the cause of the “muffin top” and the “beer belly,” which make the body look out of shape. If visceral fat accumulates for a long time, it will affect digestive function, lead to endocrine disorders, and increase the risk of various diseases. Hu Naiwen, a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner from Shanghai Tongdetang Clinic in Taipei, Taiwan, pointed out that the magic word for losing weight is “normal.” So how is “normal” involved?

As we get older, the proportion of fat on the body can slowly increase, and most of it accumulates around the abdomen, and can seriously affect health.

Studies have found that belly fat is strongly associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia, heart disease, and even certain cancers. Read more…

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