Steps to a Sexy Flat Tummy

I know you have tried almost everything to get a sexy flat tummy but I need you to give these steps a go just before you quit.

1. Eat at regular intervals

This is important because it boosts metabolism and balances blood sugar. The lower you keep your blood sugar, the lower you keep your insulin, and insulin makes you store fat around your middle region. Eating every three to four hours will keep your blood sugar even, but many people tend to go five or six hours between lunch and dinner without eating.

2. Get an Exercise Ball

You hate running because you're worried about being chased by stray dogs or you just don't want to be laughed at. You think treadmills are boring. This is a great option for you. Do the ball exchange three times a week. Lay flat on your back with your arms above your head and legs straight out. Start with a stability ball above your head in your hands. Bring the ball up above your chest as you bring your legs up to meet the ball and place it between your ankles. Bring the ball back down to the floor with your legs and straighten your arms back out over your head.

Repeat the ball exchange 10 to 12 times, remembering to keep your lower back pressed into the floor as you do this move.

3. Eat Less Sugar

Eat as close to zero grams of sugar as possible. This will keep insulin levels low and also keep levels of glucagon high. This mean you have to keep track by reading the composition of what you eat. Stay off fizzy drinks and alcohol.

4. Chew your food properly

Chewing is the No. 1 tip I give to prevent bloating. Chew food until it is completely mashed in your mouth. Digestion begins in the mouth, and without proper chewing, food is not well-digested. Better-digested food means less gas and bloating.

5. Sexy bellies start with sexy diets

Diet first, Cardio second, Building muscle third, and Abs exercises last. Follow it and you can safely lose one to two pounds a week.

Control your portion, eat more grains, proteins and vegetables.

 Spend 60 minutes a day preparing healthier meals. Spend 20 minutes a day three to five times weekly doing cardio. Spend 15 minutes a day three times a week strength training. Finally, spend 5 minutes a day three times a week doing abs exercises.

6.  Reduce Salt Intake

The culprit making your tummy bloat? It could be the salt in your diet. Use natural sea salt or kosher salt, which is lower in sodium teaspoon for teaspoon than traditional table salts. And stay away from soy sauce: Even low-sodium soy sauce is still high in sodium and will cause practically instant bloating.

Instead, flavor your food with a little fresh spices and cayenne pepper, which has an added benefit of boosting metabolism.

7. Dress Right for your body

Play up a different body part to draw attention from your middle.

If it's your legs, wear skirts or slim pants. Shoulders—bare them even if just a bit with a boatneck or sweetheart neckline. Cleavage? Make sure your bra does its job. If your bra rides up in the back, the bra has likely stretched out. If it accentuates back flab or if the space between the cups doesn’t lie flat, go up a size.