One of the main reasons why you have a huge waist-line could be your love for beer. Lots of beer. That’s true especially if you are someone who is constantly trying to beat everyone at a beer drinking contest, and if you can’t find the time to go to the gym and try to focus on burning calories, it makes that mounting waist-line look even bigger. And naturally, nobody likes having those big stomachs lying there. Instead, you should have a beautiful midsection right there, and if you think it’s something hard to achieve, here are some simple steps to help you fight your beer belly without getting rid of beer.
No overdrinking – The most obvious step (and the very first step you should take) is to cut down on beer. Why? That bottle has 150 calories, and if you drink a lot of them, your liver will slowly lose its ability to convert fat into energy, making it less proficient.
Count your calories – Know that it is very important to know the number of calories you take in every day, and when it comes to drinking alcohol, make rough estimates of the amount of calories they have. Slowly start decreasing those calories, and you’ll find yourself on the right path towards success.
Start drinking low-calorie beer – Those beers often contain less than 100 calories, so make sure to switch from your regular beer to that one.
Drink water – The best option is to drink at least a glass of water after drinking a beer bottle. That tactic will prevent dehydration, and it will also make you drink less beer, further improving your liver health.
Do cardio – Anything from walking to running can help you fight that visceral fat, most of which is located right there, in your belly.