Belly fat storage affects a large number of women in the UK and even more men. The symptoms of belly fat storage can be devastating – but we can help
Belly fat storage is caused by a number of things. One of the main reasons is a heightened level of cortisol in the body. Cortisol is your stress hormone and, when kept in the right balance with other hormones can be protective by helping you deal with stress.
However, if your cortisol levels are too high it can become more harmful by breaking down muscle tissue which will lead to an increase of fat storage as your metabolic rate becomes lower.
The more muscle tone you have, the more fat you burn at rest, therefore when you lose muscle you burn less calories at rest. If your calorific intake doesn’t drop at the same time, you will be highly likely to increase your fat stores. Specifically around your stomach area.
A decreased metabolic rate is also associated with abnormal hormone levels in the body, including high levels of insulin. Insulin is also strongly associated with belly fat storage.
Here at The DVCC we transform hundreds of clients that store fat around their stomach, and understand how you may be feeling. Some women are trying to lose stomach fat having tried many times before, whilst some men are very worried about the negative health implications stomach fat can cause.
We want to help you feel welcomed and understood, which is why we offer each of our clients with the aim of flattening their stomach an exclusive 40%* discount on our Flat Belly Program.
I have tried many times before to finally get a flat stomach and nothing has worked. Including crash diets and hours on end of exercise. Finally I can now wear the clothes I want without worrying. I enjoy clothes shopping again!”
There are a number of ways to lose fat specifically from your stomach, which will boost your metabolism and prevent the fat returning.
The DVCC uses its trademarked exercise process to increase your metabolism in a safe and effective manner, whilst The DVCC Focus Habits teaches you foods you can easily incorporate into your daily life and that will keep your insulin levels stable.