With Only 2 Cups A Day You’ll Lose BELLY FAT! FAST AND EASY!



Nowadays, belly fat is probably the biggest cause of worry to both women and men. It also affects the people who are slim and have flat stomach.

 There are 2 types of fat – the fat under your skin and the other one which is deeper inside the body, that surrounds your (internal) organs, like your heart, liver, lungs etc.

Belly fat is not just a beauty issue, it is also very unhealthy, especially the fat that is deeper in your abdomen – the visceral fat.

Excess belly fat could be the main reason for diabetes (type 2), heart diseases, insulin resistance, stroke, dementia, high blood pressure, some types of cancer and more.

Belly fat can be caused by a number of factors like your age, lifestyle, diet etc.

So, If you desire to get rid of your excess belly fat, it’s essential to make some changes in your lifestyle. For example:

Diet – A proper healthy diet is crucial for reducing belly fat and losing weight the natural way.

Stress – Avoid stress and rest more.

Exercise – Exercise for 30 minutes at least five days a week.

If your lifestyle changes don’t help you, then you can still try an alternative solution.

That’s why we will present you this homemade recipe for burning belly fat successfully:

The Lemon Ginger Honey Tea!

Needed ingredients:

- honey (1 tbsp)

- water (4 cups)

-1 ginger (peeled & sliced)

-1 lemon

Preparation:
First, put the sliced ginger in the 4 cups of water and start to boil it. Leave it to boil for ten minutes.

Then remove it and leave it to cool for a while. After that, add the lemon juice and mix well. In the end add the honey.

You should drink a cup of the tea early in the morning and for better results, you should even have 2 to 3 cups a day.

The ginger possesses thermogenic properties, that raise the body temperature thus boosting the fat-burning process in the body. In addition, the ginger stops the production of cortisol.

Cortisol (stress hormone) is a steroid hormone that is essential for the maintenance of the homeostasis that regulates many of the changes that occur in your body in response to stress.