To determine your risk for obesity-related diseases such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease, one’s BMI is measured along with waist circumference.
Visceral fat is the type of fat in the stomach that nobody wants. This is stored inside the abdominal cavity and surrounds our internal organs. Visceral fat level is linked to various health risks, including diabetes and heart disease. Three observational studies have found that people that eat more protein tend to have less abdominal fat than those who eat less protein. Of course, we’re not talking about any kind of protein. A high-quality protein, also known as complete protein, which contains amino acids that acts as the building blocks to form the protein. Examples of high-quality protein sources are tuna, salmon, halibut among fish, and lean dairy products, red meat and poultry. Eggs and quinoa are also good sources of high-quality protein.
This protein-rich diet can do wonders for building healthy muscles and repairing muscle fibers, especially if consumed after intense workout. Of course, portion control is important as well.
Try out this high-protein diet and see how much visceral fat you’ve lost with Bello 2.