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10 Top Exercises for Burning Stubborn Stomach Fat
Our changing lifestyle has changed and like that our food habits have also changed a lot. Noodles, pasta, bread and burger, pizzas have replaced grains, cereals and vegetables, which are the actual needs of our body. We tend to develop belly fat, which has become quite common in men as well as women these days.

If you are also looking for reducing your stubborn belly fat and have failed many times earlier then have a look at these simple but effective 10 exercises which can give you a real result in combination with the right diet and lifestyle. Let's start...

Classic Crunches - Abs- crunches can never be ousted from fat reducing exercises club. Lay down straight, put your hand on the back of the head and try to lift your upper torso without looking for any help. Start with low numbers and increase it gradually day by day.
Bicycle exercise - Lie down and put your hand back of your head. Slowly run your legs as you paddle a cycle. Do this for 5 minutes on your first day and then increase your timing gradually. This exercise burns fat around your waist and strengthens your leg muscles.
Walking - If you walk for at least 30 minutes, even four days a week, it's going to reduce your weight and your belly fat effectively. It improves your body strength and immunity.
Running - Running every day for even 2 km on your tread meal or outside your home will make your body firm and improves your posture. It improves blood flow and tightens muscles.
Reverse Crunches - It involves touching your forehead with your knees. Put your hand behind the head and try to repeat as much as you can. This is considered one of the best exercises for losing belly fat easily and speedily.
Vertical Leg Crunch - These involve lifting your leg, bending it from knees and then without putting it back on floor repeat it by moving up and down your legs. It puts pressure on your belly, waist and thighs making them more firm and strong.
Toe touch - Now this easy one. Lie down and raise your legs in 90 degrees. Lift your upper torso and try to touch your toe without bending your legs. This exercise will surely give you back your flat belly.
Jumping Planks - Come into your plank position. Without lifting your hand try to jump out to sides in a clockwise direction, but holding your legs together. It strengthens your muscle around thighs and belly.
Stomach Vacuum - Put your body down on your hands and legs just like a cat position. Inhale loosening your abdomen and exhale tightening your abdomen. Hold in your position for 10 seconds and concentrate on your breathing.
Bending side-to-side - Stand straight and keep your hands to the side of your waist. Bend to the left side as much as you can till you feel stress at your right side. Keep your body intact in that position for 3 minutes. Repeat it with your right side.

This kills me...
He is waiting on his owner who isn't coming back.

She didn't want to leave him but her life was turned upside down. Bodie is a 6 year old English Shepherd. He was shaved by a groomer because his owner was disabled and could care for his coat properly. House trained and super sweet.

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The Vegan Diet - The Dark Side to Veganism
Most people quickly identified a vegan diet with great benefits, not only regarding your health but also spiritual benefits such as compassion to all living things. So what is the dark side to veganism?

Some people find it very difficult and challenging to adopt a vegan lifestyle and there are several reasons why they tend to fail. They have trouble finding accurate information but even worse, they do not feel capable of making those changes in their diet. Although it is definitely possible to overcome this difficulties, people also tend to fail because they do not receive enough support from their families, friends and they feel the environment takes a big toll on their failure too. They feel they cannot be vegan on a busy and fast pace life.

The biggest difficulty people have is giving up meat. This includes the most common such as beef, pork, chicken or turkey, but also meats such as fish, shrimp, ham, hot dogs and other similar foods. So for someone who always find him or herself going to place to place without another choice other than a fast food meal, this can be quite challenging indeed.

Others find it very difficult to give up dairy. With products such as milk, cheese, yogurt and even ice cream on a hot summer day, people find it hard to give those up because it has been part of their diet since they were kids, so that brings another challenge as well.

And some people don't want to go as far as rejecting every product that may contain animal products such as leather, fur, silk. So if you are a person who loves fashion, this might also be a reason why adopting a vegan lifestyle is too hard.

You may ask, why is it so hard to give up those things? To me, It really comes down to our domestication as a child to believe certain myth about our diet that get really ingrained in our sub conscious. For example, with all the research about all the hormones, pesticides and chemicals they put on our food, and consciously know about the health danger this products cause to our bodies, wouldn't be logical for everyone to become vegan?

If you really want to adopt this diet, then one of the biggest things you need to have is will power and commitment. Honor your word everyday about your commitment to the vegan lifestyle and compassion to all living things. You might fall, but if you do, then commit yourself again to your veganism and you will succeed.

I hope you have found this article to be useful in your quest for a better quality of life.