Burn Body Fat
Burning fat is simply using up more calories than you consume in a day. If you want to lose more body fat, you will need to burn more calories, however this does not mean you should deprive your body of food by skipping meals.
By skipping meals your body will go into survival mode to prepare for a possible famine, overtime your metabolism will slow down and your body won't burn off any excess calories. In order to be a good fat burner your body needs more food; eating 5-6 small portions throughout the day will help to rev up your metabolism. A faster metabolism will help burn off excess calories faster. More
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You should only deprive your body of about 500 calories maximum per day. There are roughly 3500 calories in 1 pound of fat. This way you will lose about 1 pound per week. If you are only a little overweight you should only shoot for .5 pounds per week. There is no way to target body parts such as your belly.