Tagged: "belly"

Warning: These Foods Cause Belly Bloating

Bloating in the stomach, be it short-lived or regular, can make your midsection not only look bad, but feel bad too. While bloating is one of the easier tummy woes to correct (a...

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Exercise Moves to Get Rid of a Muffin Top

The belly area is often a hard area to target and tone. To get rid of stubborn fat around the stomach, 90 percent of what you do has to start with that you eat. The other 10 per...

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Solutions for a Slimmer Stomach

The tummy is one of those areas that is more susceptible to weight gain with age. Always recommended as the first line of defense, a healthy diet that consists of lean prot...

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The Single Stomach-Bulge Solution

So many women complain of the same problem: a small bulge that lives right where the top of your pants hits. This hard-to-erase area requires surgical intervention, but it is fi...

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Isla Fisher Embraces Her Post-Baby Body

Usually, Isla Fisher is fiercely tight-lipped about her personal life. For example, she kept her second daughter Elula’s name a secret for quite some time after giving bir...

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Get a Tighter Tummy for Summer

Who doesn't want a tight and toned midsection? Whether you want a defined stomach without surgery, or desire long-term, instant results, these two fat-blasting tips are sure to ...

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What to Wear When You’re Pregnant

For some, pregnancy can be a nine-month pass to eat whatever we want and bask in the glory of our baby bump without judgment. However, it turns out that when it comes to what yo...

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Belly Fat Isn't Always Bad

No one likes that lower-belly "pooch"-no one, that is, except for scientists. That's because, according to findings published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, fat in...

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Saggy Skin Around The Stomach

Just because your stomach is flat doesn't automatically mean the skin on your midsection will be tight and firm. Skin elasticity is determined by both age and genetics, so even ...

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