A fat belly is linked to various diseases as it is the most harmful fat in your body. Aside from working out, avoiding junk food and alcohol are among the ways to get a flat belly. Additionally, check out these tips for how to burn belly fat in less than a week. 1. Include aerobic exercises in your daily routine If you want to burn fat fast there is no getting around cardio training. Studies find that this is the most effective form of exercise to reduce belly fat. By burning many calories your general health will improve. Hence, start doing high-intensity workouts of running, swimming or aerobic classes, but keep in mind that frequency and duration are essential for satisfying results. 2. Reduce refined carbs One should avoid consuming refined carbs to lose fat around the abdominal area and have good metabolic health. It is not necessary to stick to a strict low-carb diet, however it should be replaced with unprocessed carbs. Instead of white bread, white rice and … [Read more...] about How to lose belly fat in seven days
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I have always admired those men with chiseled abs shown on billboards and commercials. If they can do it then so can I but there is just one problem. If you have seen billboard ads featuring a “Before” and “After” look; I would surely belong to the “Before” category, and no matter how frequent I imagine myself to have chiseled abs overtime I still stay in the “Before” category. But it's not wrong is it? And so I spent money buying all those contraptions infomercials featured “Just 15 minutes a day...” or “Show those abs in just three months...” For the next 2 weeks, I followed directions and instructions shown on the video that came with the equipment. By the third week, the equipment was left in one corner of the house. And I did not touch it again. Incidents like these did not happen to me just once or twice but many times and it was not just about having abs but also about trying different things. I did piano … [Read more...] about Do you really want it?
By Jon Gambrell The Associated Press Mon., May 13, 2019 FUJAIRAH, United Arab Emirates - Saudi Arabia said Monday two of its oil tankers were targeted in “sabotage operations” off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in attacks the previous day that caused “significant damage” to the vessels, one of them as it was en route to pick up Saudi oil to take to the United States. The announcement by the kingdom’s energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, came as the U.S. issued a new warning to sailors and the UAE’s regional allies condemned Sunday’s incident that targeted at least four ships, including two Saudi tankers, off the port city of Fujairah. Although details of the attacks were not disclosed, targeting tankers and commercial shipping vessels so close to the Persian Gulf has the potential to rattle global oil supplies. The Saudi statement came just hours after Iranian and Lebanese media outlets aired false reports of explosions … [Read more...] about Saudi Arabia says 2 oil tankers damaged by sabotage attacks
MANILA – Polls opened Monday for the midterm election seen as a referendum on the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, who remains widely popular halfway into his 6-year term. Nearly 320 seats in the 2-chamber legislature and more than 17,000 local government positions will be contested as 61.8 million voters cast their ballots. The vote would determine if Duterte can retain his strong majority in the House of Representatives and keep the opposition out of the Senate. The upper chamber of Congress has stood in the way of the President’s push for a federal system of government, while the opposition led legislative inquiries into his family and the narcotics crackdown that has killed thousands. Duterte's tough-on-crime platform -- which also includes lowering the age of criminal responsibility from 15 to 12 -- was key to his landslide election victory in 2016. Opposition candidates before the polling day raised alleged rights abuses under the … [Read more...] about News Polls open with Duterte mandate on the line
The medical and physical condition of ex-President Marcos at the beginning of 1989, and as well, the status of his mental faculties, can best gleaned from several extant sources. The January 5, 1989 discharge summary of Dr. Livingston Wong releasing Marcos from his hospitalization ended with the following notations: “At the time of discharge, the patient was able to sit up and eat and was able to get up and walk around his room with assistance.” “The patient was advised to ambulate frequently and sit up frequently with much exercise both in bed and out of bed. The patient had been advised that if this is not continued he would not improve.” “The patient was also advised with his physicians not to treat patient’s rales as congestive heart failure since the rales were probably secondary to that of bed rest and stasis.” And as it turns out, leaving the hospital and returning home to Makiki was the at the insistence and behest of the patient … [Read more...] about News OPINION: The last soiree of Marcos