Flat Abs Improve Insulin Sensitivity



Abdominal fat can be a self-image crusher, but the health  risks associated with it can be life threatening. Extra belly fat can indicate insulin resistance, which can lead to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other serious health conditions.

Studies have found that interval training (also known as High Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT) is one of the best ways to burn fat, tone muscle and improve insulin sensitivity! As if that wasn’t enough to give it a try, interval training also helps you manage stress, age more gracefully, and burns fat for hours after your workout is finished.

Interval training refers to alternating energy levels during a workout. A short burst of extra effort is an interval. Very positive results come from those brief intervals, including how the body reacts to insulin, which is very important if you have extra abdominal fat. Researchers have found that interval exercising makes the body more effective at more rapidly taking sugar from the blood in response to insulin.

Even if you’re just starting to get active as a way to get a handle on your weight and health risks, you can do interval training. That bursts of extra energy can simply be picking up the pace for a few seconds while walking around the block. You don’t have to sprint like a track star to receive the health benefits.

One study saw increased insulin sensitivity among type 2 diabetics who included intervals while walking compared with individuals who just walked at a steady pace. Another case followed obese teens that completed intense interval training two times a week for three months, and they showed a greater decrease in fasting glucose levels than the control group that did other types of exercising. A follow-up showed that the interval exercisers still showed better glucose readings nine months later.

A toned midsection can mean a healthier you. Try my Flat Abs Over 40 kit to see quickly get the results you want.

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