How to lose visceral fat: The fats to cut out in your diet – 'lower your intake'


It says: “To lower your intake of these fats, stick with low-fat milk and yoghourt; lean cuts of meat and poultry, without the skin; heart-healthy margarines; and “good” fats like olive, canola and safflower oils.”

It also advises: “You can find out how much fat is in most packaged and fast foods. Be sure to check the nutrition facts panel. It lists how much total fat and saturated fat are in the food.”

The NHS says: “You can have a healthy BMI and still have excess tummy fat, meaning you’re still at risk of developing these conditions.”

Nuffield Health notes that body mass index (BMI), while still useful, has come under increasing scrutiny for not being a full representation of body composition or health.


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