We get it, and we don’t like it either; and not simply for aesthetic reasons. Belly fat is actually proven to be more dangerous than other types of fat. It’s been linked to inflammation, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes and strokes. Ouch!
Thankfully, not all hope is lost. There’s an app called Lifesum that can help you eliminate your belly fat. It helps you achieve your health and fitness goals, taking the guesswork out of weight loss by creating a custom health program for you to follow. The app takes into account your age, weight, height, lifestyle and health and fitness goals, and puts together a week-by-week plan, telling you what to eat, how much and how often.
For most of us, the challenge is what we eat (or rather don’t) while dieting. Lifesum makes that easier too. It comes with a whole host of health plans and recipes based on your needs, so whether you need a diet with strict rules, flexibility, or crazy fast results, the app will find you the perfect fit.
Did you know that just three hours a week of aerobic exercise can help to reduce body fat? For the best results, combine Lifesum’s custom eating plan with regular exercise. You’ll reap all the benefits: a slimmer, more toned and muscular stomach, improved energy, and better mental health. You could see results as early as 3 weeks in!
“This app is so helpful that I bought the premium version. In this first week of using The Energizer I have lost over 7 pounds!”
“This is the best app I’ve tried so far. It finds EVERYTHING. The insights are so helpful and have made me more conscious of what I’m eating. The recipes look great, interface is intuitive and user-friendly. I just upgraded to Premium and excited to keep using this app!”
“Seriously, I’ve tried it all. Get this! It’s super easy, and if you want personalized help it’s CHEAP and WORTH EVERY PENNY. I’m a happier, healthier gal.”
All of the content and media on Lifesum is created and published for information purposes only. It is not intended to be used as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Users should always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice. If you have or think you are at risk of developing an eating disorder, do not use the Lifesum app and seek immediate medical help.