By using the calorie tapering technique, losing stomach fat and creating a lean, healthy body is really simple.
It is an advanced nutrition strategy, and even though it is simple it is not that easy for most people. The reason it is not simple is because eating the last meal of the day with the least amount of calories, is not what most people are used to.
Once you have the basics and fundamentals of proper nutrition and exercise mastered, you can use this technique to give your metabolism an additional boost.
This is very important, because from my experience in the beginning of yourweight loss program it is much easier to eat average size meals, and concentrate on burning body fat using exercise.
Trying to diet off body fat always will backfire when you have not mastered the basics and fundamentals of proper nutrition.
The reason is simple, to effectively use advanced nutrition strategies forlosing stomach fat you have to know how to properly structure your meals, and how to use meal frequency and timing to your advantage.
This is explained in full detail in the nutrition section of this site, and once you have gained some experience during the weight loss phase of your program, you can experiment with this technique.
The idea behind calorie tapering is very simple. You make your breakfast your largest meal of the day, and your diner your smallest meal of the day.
Your first step should always be to get into a habit of eating four average size meals every four hours, with all meals having about the same amount of calories.
For example if your optimum daily calorie intake is 2000 calories per day, you would eat four 500 calorie meals, one every four hours.
Once you get used to eating this way, you can experiment with using this advanced nutrition strategy and start tapering your calories.
This means that you would eat four meals per day with the following daily calorie intakes: 600 calories for your first meal, 500 for your second meal, 500 calories for your third meal, and 400 for your last meal.
Since you burn more calories during the day, and less in the evening before sleep, this approach burns up the calories from your meals more efficiently, and you end up losing more body fat than eating meals with equal amount of calories.
Losing stomach fat is all about burning more calories during the day than you consume with your food and drinks.
By tapering your daily calories your body will burn your daily calories more efficiently, and there will be no surplus left at the end of the day to go into body fat deposits.
In fact, if you eat your meals with the proper nutrient ratios, you will lose stomach fat, and eventually will create a lean, healthy body.
Read the nutrition section in this site to learn about nutrient ratios and how to properly structure your daily meals.