Whether your intentions are to get toned or just want to remove some weight from the middle, there are some easy and simple ways to get in shape. James Staring, a personal trainer, shares his top five tips for eliminating unwanted belly fat.
Stick to unprocessed carbohydrates
Avoid carbohydrates like pasta and white bread, which can be absorbed very quickly and may cause an insulin spike. Instead, try legumes, whole grains, fruits and vegetables as these increases your feeling of being full and also release sugar slower into the blood stream.
Consume carbohydrates only after exercising
Our body is more capable to process carbohydrates directly after exercise. When consume excess carbohydrate they are stored for further use, usually as body fat, so we’re less likely to eat too much after a workout.

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Perform full body exercises
If you include more muscle groups you will burn more calories during as well as after exercising. By performing complex movements like chin-ups instead of isolation movements like bicep curls, you will use more of the body and hence require more energy. Our body also burns more calories right after exercising because when you stop it tries to consume more energy, and burns calories at the same time.
Be effective in your workouts
The usual excuse for not exercising is not having time, but if you want to get in shape and burn fat, must work out. Some studies have shown that exercising with high intensity allows you to achieve the exact exercise benefits for a shorter time than spending countless hours working out on the treadmill.
Try to write what you eat and how you feel after two hours
Busy lifestyles in most cases mean that eating is somewhat required reflex, and not a considered decision. Therefore, you must try to be aware of what you are eating and how it affects on your body. Write down everything that you eat, in a dedicated notepad. Try to be diligent and keep with this for at least 30 days. Also, set an alarm for 2 hours later and then ask yourself how are your energy levels and how full you feel, then record the results.