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How to Lose Fat But Not Your BreastsWeight loss is something that every woman wants to achieve, but not at the expense of their more important curvaceous body parts! After all, it's those wonderful curves that help men to pay attention to them, so burning them away is the LAST thing they want to do! If you want to lose body fat without reducing your breast size, the truth is that it can be done. It may be a bit challenging, but you'll find that with the right diet and weight loss program, you can shed pounds of fat without shedding cup sizes!
Be Warned…Take heed: you may lose a bit of the fat on your breasts when you do exercise. Your body is unable to target specific body zones for fat burning, but it simply uses the fat that is most readily available. Following the advice below will help you to retain MOST of your breast mass, but there is a chance that some of the fat around your breasts will be burned. However, the fact that the rest of your body is slimmer will help those breasts look great!
Steps to Burn Fat Without Losing Breast SizeStep 1: Cut calories by 500. In order to burn fat, you're going to need to cut back on the number of calories you consume per day. Your goal is to eat 500 calories fewer than you burn every day. To figure out how many calories that is, take the total number of calories recommended for your body weight, add the calories that you burn during your daily workouts, and subtract 500 from that number. That's how many calories you need to eat every day. (Example: 2,000 calories recommended for body weight + 300 calories burned during exercise - 500 calories for weight loss = 1800 calories total daily intake) Step 2: Eat more, smaller meals. Instead of having large meals three times a day, stick with 5 or 6 smaller meals and snacks throughout. This will help you to avoid serious hunger pangs, and will ensure that your body is burning food all day long. Note: Make sure to have your largest meal of the day right after working out.
Step 3: Cut back on unhealthy foods. Stop eating foods that are highly processed, made with white flour, or loaded with unhealthy fats. These foods are going to stop your weight loss efforts, and they'll cause you to stay at your current weight. The healthier you eat, the easier it will be for you to lose weight. Step 4: Turn up the cardio. DON'T give in to the temptation to jog for 30 to 60 minutes per day, but do High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) for just 15 to 20 minutes. You'll burn more fat and calories this way, but you won't be bouncing up and down for as long. Step 5: Work your pecs. If you're losing fat around your body, you'll begin to notice the fat leaving your breasts as well. When this happens, you'll need to build muscle to keep your breasts firm and perky. Make sure to get plenty of exercise that targets your chest muscles, but don't lift to build massive muscles. Just do sets of 12 to 15 reps, using heavy weights. This will help you build muscle, but not so much that your breasts are gone forever. The truth is that you will see some reduction in breast size if you are training, lifting hard, and losing weight. That's par for the course, but thanks to the tips above, you can ensure that you lose as little breast size as possible!