Turns out, certain behaviors that have been hyped as healthy actually add fat to your middle. Ugh. No worries - we have the fixes. Muffin top, consider yourself warned. (And watch out for these so-called healthy foods that can pack on pounds.)
1. You Skip Meals
This tactic always backfires. You end up so hungry later on that you can't help but overeat. And when you do, more fat will inevitably find its way to your midsection. Eating small- to medium-size meals every three to four hours, however, fills you up without resulting in a layer of flab. You don't have to skip meals, or even diet to lose weight. Here's how.
2. You Go Vegetarian
Women will often avoid foods from the meat, fish, and dairy groups because they think they are packed with calories and fat. But remember, these foods are protein superstars that help boost your metabolism so you can fend off tummy pudge. Opt for low-calorie, low-fat choices, like cottage cheese or tuna (one 6-ounce can fulfillsRead More »from 4 Habits That Are Giving You Belly Pudge