Having a curvaceous body is all the rage now and between the media and society, we can’t escape it. Being skinny is so yesterday and the new look is figure, shape and big curves. Sat bye bye to Kate Moss and hello Kim, Nikki, Rihanna and Queen Bey.
So to all fellow ladies living with the times, you don’t really need to gain weight from fat to have more curves. It is almost the opposite actually. Not everyone has the same body type so it’s different for some hence my use of “almost”.
If you are very skinny with little to no belly fat then this isn’t for you. Your waistline may already be at its thinnest point.
So trying to be any thinner would only lead to muscle loss of other curves you may have.
If your current body fat is 35% – 40%, you are able to accentuate and emphasize your curves while making your butt appear bigger by simply losing some weight from your belly.
That’s right, you can get a bigger butt while losing weight.
Take a look at yourself in the mirror for a minute, see how much more prominent your butt would be if your waistline just went in an inch or two?
Yes, you can! With proper diet and exercise. Take a moment to think about it, a nice big butt, well-shaped hips and a smaller waist, a dream come true, well you are not dreaming because these goals are achievable in real life.
1. Be ready to change/modify your diet.
- Achieving a smaller waist requires weight loss that can’t be attained with only exercise. You must be willing to keep a healthy diet and cut your calorie intake if you wish to truly see results. You can research how to calculate the proper daily calorie intake you will need.
- Discipline and determination will be required from you. As well as reducing your daily calorie intake, there are a few smart food changes you can make to help, specifically, with reducing your waistline.
2. Start your day with a big healthy breakfast
- You should try having a combination of high vitamin fruits, eggs for protein and wholegrain breads or cereals for the perfectly balanced breakfast. When on the go, just grab a cereal bar or fruit smoothie since they are convenient, filling and healthy.
- Try to drink a glass of water before every meal during the day breakfast included, as this keeps your body from overeating and keeps you hydrated.
3. Add more fiber to your diet
- Incorporate a variety of foods high in fiber into your diet, so as to reap the benefits of both insoluble and soluble fibers. Some soluble fibers are barley and oats, citrus fruits and carrots, peas and beans, apples. Insoluble fibers include nuts, beans and green vegetables, wheat bran and foods containing whole-wheat.
4. Eat healthy fats
- Polyunsaturated fats – like Omega-3 fatty acids which can be found in canola oil, tofu, walnuts, herring, salmon, and mackerel – are additional healthy fats you could include in your diet. They aid in lowering bad cholesterol and to boost brain functions.
- Trans fats though, (found in cookies, crackers, margarine – any food made using partially hydrogenated oils) causes more fat to be left in the abdomen, so avoid these fats as best as you can.