Forget “flat belly diets,” “weird tricks,” and all the other nonsense on how to lose belly fat. Here’s the real story and science of losing it for good.

Did you know that certain fat cells in your body are extremely “resistant” to being mobilized and burned?

Did you know that these fat cells tend to accumulate in the dreaded belly, hip, and thigh regions of your body?

And did you know that you can use a handful of science-based diet, exercise, and supplementation strategies to beat (and burn!) stubborn fat for good?

Imagine having that tight waist and those washboard abs you’ve always wanted…all year round.

Imagine never again having to suffer through strange diets or grueling workout routines…only to be disappointed in the results.

Imagine knowing which supplements are scientifically proven to help you get lean and which are a waste of money.

Well, you don’t have to imagine these things because I’m going to lay it all out for you in this episode.

By the end, you’re going to know what makes belly fat so tough to lose and exactly what to do to get rid of it once and for all.

Let’s get to it.

TIME STAMPS

3:22 – Why is belly fat so stubborn?

4:51 – What is the physiology behind burning fat?

8:24 – What are the biggest myths regarding belly fat?

10:28 – How do you get rid of belly fat?

12:08 – What is a good strategy to tackle belly fat?

20:05 – What supplements do you recommend for belly fat?

36:18 – What is your personal belly fat loss routine?

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