18 thoughts on “So basically just stop eating until gut is gone?

  1. Anonymous says:

    No, that’s for illiterate stupids. Stop eating useless carbs and fat. Eat a balanced diet (with more protein and fiber) in caloric deficit, and do intermittent fasting.

    Also, fix your posture as well. Half of the potbelly is just your belly protruding out because you’re not standing/sitting straight, thanks to a hunched upper back and a forward pelvic tilt. I lost like an inch and a half of waistline just by fixing my posture.

    And then strengthen your core muscles. Not exercising or doing any physically demanding work gets you in the habit of leaving your core muscles loose, which makes your belly distend out like a preggo woman. Your belly should be flat even when you’re sitting.

    • Anonymous says:

      This is all correct. Get a kettlebell and swing it for a few minutes a day, it’ll fix all the weak muscles causing that pelvic tilt. Alternately walk for 30+ minutes a day

      • Anonymous says:

        You need to strengthen your posterior chain. Good posture starts at the base of the spine and requires you to actively squeeze your glutes in when standing. Most people are not adapted for this because we sit in chairs so much with those muscles completely relaxed. Kettlebell swings will fix it real quick. Squats will also be effective

      • Anonymous says:

        You need to strengthen your posterior chain. Good posture starts at the base of the spine and requires you to actively squeeze your glutes in when standing. Most people are not adapted for this because we sit in chairs so much with those muscles completely relaxed. Kettlebell swings will fix it real quick. Squats will also be effective

        That and sleep on a thin and stiff mattress. Same goes for your pillow. Don’t use an overly soft and thick pillow. It should be just thick and soft enough to support your head and raise it a little above the rest of your body’s plane. You can fix a huge part of your problem with posture just by sleeping on a hard enough surface on your back. Beds that are too soft will also heck your posture up. If possible, sleep on the floor for a few months at least until your posture is fixed.

        When you sleep on a hard surface (but not entirely hard), your hips and spine will automatically start realigning themselves to their default/normal position. It will also strengthen all your back and hip muscles. At first your body will ache because until now all your muscles had become too weak to support your own weight in that position, because until now your soft and fluffy mattress was cushioning you. But you start seeing change within a week or two.

    • Anonymous says:

      Type 1 Diabetic here who talks with a dietitian once a month and I gotta say you’re an over thinking stupid; just eat less. In fact eating wholistic low carb, low fat foods will make you gain weight.
      P.S. no you’re belly should not be flat while sitting

      • Anonymous says:

        This is when you’re trying to lose weight. Eating in caloric deficit (like eating 20% less carbs than your daily requirement) while consuming enough proteins and vegetables, will help you maintain and repair your body, while at the same time lose excess fat, because when you’re not relying on carbs to get your energy entirely, your body will switch to tapping into its lard reserves to get the rest of the energy.

        Once you’ve lost weight and reached a proper BF%, you can go back to eating normal quantities of carbs that are just enough to fulfill your daily energy needs without making you fat. But you should still fast every now and then (all day or intermittent), in order to maintain your body’s metabolic flexibility. This is how I lose fat and still gain muscles when I workout. I don’t do the usual bulking and cutting routine.

    • Anonymous says:

      >(with more protein and fiber)
      >Foods that make you feel full and not have to eat as much
      Meaning that starving does work

  2. Anonymous says:

    Do fasting (IF, OMAD, Snake Diet, doesn’t matter) and eat whole foods (not processed or fake) when you break your fast.

    Do that for a few months and you lose fat.

    On the off chance you don’t, add in some walks in the morning or evening.

    If that still doesn’t work you have some medical issue.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Literally yes. It’s the fastest way to do it. You can see hundreds of videos of water fasts and you’ll see how quickly they lose weight.
    >But muh heckling calories in and out and heckling balanced diet
    Just water fast and you’ll lose weight

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