Most health professionals recommend getting at least half an hour of vigorous exercise each day. This includes cardio and strength training. Walking, jogging, rebounding and swimming are all good options.
Eat plenty of vegetables, healthy fats and quality meat. Limit sugar, refined carbohydrates and processed foods as much as possible. Try to include a range of foods from every food group to maximize nutrition.
Alcohol consumption may increase belly fat. To avoid a "beer gut," cut down on alcohol intake.
Drink enough water. This cuts down on bloat from water retention and helps flush toxins out of your system by supporting the liver and kidneys. Effective detoxification leads to greater fat loss.
Drinking regular soda adds too much sugar to your diet, and diet sodas have been shown to increase appetite and lead to weight gain. For the best results, drink water, unsweetened tea and coffee in moderation.
Keep up with the healthy eating and exercise and don't give up.