Eating too few calories may slow your metabolic rate, even in the long term. Therefore, it is important not to restrict calories too much or for too long.
Eating soluble fiber has been linked to a reduced risk of developing fat around your midsection.
Probiotics may help build up beneficial gut flora. Some Lactobacillus strains have been shown to be particularly effective at reducing waist size.
Doing moderate-to-high-intensity cardio for 20–40 minutes per day has been shown to be effective at reducing belly fat.
Protein shakes are an easy way to add extra protein to your diet. Including them as part of a weight-loss diet has been shown to be effective at reducing your waist size.
Diets high in monounsaturated fatty acids may reduce the risk of central obesity.
Limiting your carb intake has been shown to have powerful health benefits, especially for weight loss.
Resistance training may prevent the loss of muscle mass often seen with dieting, which may help maintain your metabolic rate and reduce your waist circumference.
Doing exercises while standing instead of sitting may burn more calories, activate your muscles more and improve oxygenation and breathing ability.
Apple cider vinegar is mainly made up of acetic acid, a compound that may reduce body fat accumulation.