Mother’s Day Fat Busting Tips

May 08, 2009

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This Sunday is Mother’s Day in New Orleans, so I thought I’d share with you some really simple tips that do a great job of fighting fat.

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But before I even get to them I want to let you know that while moms have a real tough job, it’s not nearly as hard to burn off the belly fat.

In fact, just a few simple changes in lifestyle can make a dramatic difference in your belly, butt, hips and thighs. So be sure to put these tips to good use:

Mother’s Day Fat Fighting Tip #1 – Avoid soft drinks, juices and any other liquids loaded with sugar. All these drinks are very high in useless calories. A 12 oz. can of cola typically packs 150 calories worth of sugar! Drink a couple of those a day and you’re packing on the belly fat!

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Mother’s Day Fat Figthing Tip #2 – Record what you eat and drink. Most moms – and people in general – are shocked at the amount of food and calories that they are REALLY consuming when they track it. And be honest, many times when people do this exercise they “forget” to write down the foods they nibble on here and there. It ALL adds up.

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Mother’s Day Fat Fighting Tip #3 – Eat 5 to 10 servings of fruits and veggies each day. This will help you meet your micronutrient needs for the day. And that is critical to your body’s ability to burn fat off your belly, butt, hips and thighs.

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Yours in health and Fat loss in New Orleans, Mandeville, and Metairie

Jonas Deffes

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May 8, 2009

Paul @ 8:55 am

Good tips!
Happy Mothers Day to all the moms out there!

May 11, 2009

Lanay @ 10:17 am

Excellent tips! I especially value the second tip about writing down what you consume. Doing so, really makes you aware of your eating habits.

admin @ 12:07 pm

I once had a client that didn’t realize that all the small cups of ice cream she was eating daily added up to gallons of ice cream at the end of month. Keeping a food journal really puts things in perspective.

Jonas

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