How do I lose this really stubborn belly fat?

I've been exercising and trying really hard to diet for about a month now Everyday I get up and do some walking (every other day I jog) for about 30 mins and in the afternoon, i either do 40 mins of cardio or some weight training to tone my arms and legsI cut my carbs in half and eat more protein and vegetables and I have seen improvement all over my body, but my stomach fat is just so stubborn! What do I do? I get so frustrated because it looks so big but when i suck it in, it's only like 2 inches to lose, i don't get it. Should I cut down on the cardio and do situps or something? or continue the cardio and try to eat less? I eat about 1300 calories a dayPlease help

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There are a lot of foods that have certain things in them. You don't need to worry about calories. They seriously don't matter in weight loss. It's certain types of fats and all that stuff. Google it all. No, don't cut cardio and do sit ups. That won't help a bit. Sit ups only help to build muscle, not lose fat. Cardio like jogging and walking is perfect for it but just go watch what you eat.

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  • The ONLY thing that worked for me was the Vibrational Foods Analysis. Belly fat and muffin top GONE in a matter of 2 weeks. It is all about identifying what is right for YOU, and it's done over the phone in about an hour. Getting in shape is 80% nutrition, 20% exercise. Good luck:-)
  • Everyone has a problem spot. It can be around the stomach, thighs, arms or chest. No matter where your trouble spot is, the solution is exactly the same. You need to eat less and exercise more. The reason why there's only one solution for all of these problems is because it's impossible to tell your body where to burn the excess fat from.When you eat too many calories, your body stores the excess energy as fat in different areas around the body. To lose this fat, you need to create a calorie deficit (eat less than you burn) to force your body to start burning that fat for energy. There is absolutely no way to control where your body goes to find this extra fat. A tool such as the calorie calculator - will help you figure out how many calories you need each day.The larger your calorie deficit (a bigger calorie deficit means a bigger difference between what you eat and what you burn) the faster your body will burn excess fat and the quicker your body fat percentage will start to decrease. You can increase your calorie deficit by cutting your daily intake and exercising more. Sit ups will do nothing to target the fat around your abs just like squats will do nothing to target the fat around your thighs.Reduce Body Fat Guide -


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