Get ready for an episode that's going to change the way you think about your health! In the latest episode of the Keep the Weight Off Podcast, we're diving into a topic that's nothing short of revolutionary. 🌟
What is it?
Belly Fat. And we’re going to help you get rid of it in our Belly Buster’s Challenge next week!
You might be wondering why we're calling it the Belly Buster’s Challenge. 🤫
Here's a clue: there's more to belly fat than meets the eye. We're going beyond the surface and revealing the hidden truths about what's really going on in your belly. Prepare to have your mind blown! 💥
We'll explore the science, unveil the facts, and arm you with knowledge that can transform your health. 🚀
The best part? This life-changing Challenge is absolutely FREE! 🎉
So, are you excited yet? Get ready to unlock the secrets to a healthier you. Join us for the Challenge and be part of a journey that's set to change lives.
Visit journeybeyondweightloss.com/challenge to sign up!
Let's make 2024 the year we take charge of our health together! Don't forget to share this exciting opportunity with your friends and make it a collective adventure. 💪
P.S. Don't forget to invite your friends and make it a group effort! Together, we can conquer belly fat and transform our lives. 💪
(06:29) Why do I call this "The Belly Busters Challenge" if you can't spot reduce belly fat? Well, it's because in the belly, there's not just the subcutaneous soft squishy fat that's on the outside, but there's also a type of fat called visceral fat. And visceral fat is not under the skin, it's inside the abdominal cavity and it's around the organs. So this fat is not normal, healthy fat, this fat is also called sick fat because it actually causes disease.
(08:25) Visceral fat produces excessive levels of estrogen, which can cause the uterus to get enlarged with fibroids, leading to a condition called dysfunctional uterine bleeding, or DUB for short. This can cause anemia and extreme fatigue. Many times women, by the time they get into see us, they've already had hysterectomies because they've had great big fibroids. So I could go on about how toxic visceral fat is. And that's what we're going to work on in the Belly Busters Challenge.