Weight Loss: 5 ways to reduce hip fat naturally at home

Fat in any part of the body is very stubborn and takes lots of efforts to lose, especially the hips. So here are 5 natural ways to lose hip fat at home.

Did you now that excess fat around the hips and thighs is helpful during pregnancy?

But, while that is mostly a one-time thing, a lot of women tend to gain fat around the hip area due to the increase in fat and appearance of cellulite.

But, if you are thinking that reducing fat just from one spot is possible, in reality it actually isn’t. You will have to lose fat throughout your body to actually reduce it from the hips. So, here are 5 easy ways to help you lose fat around the hips and the body. Check it out:

  1. Start your mornings right

It is important to start your day right. Start by drinking a steaming hot glass of lemon, water and honey. Lemon contains Vitamin C that helps in boosting the immunity and balancing the pH level inside the body. You can also switch the drink up with ACV as it has also been proven to aid in melting all the stubborn fat in the body. ACV is also a potent obesity inhibitor and can help reduce the risk of heart disease

 2. Try green tea

Green tea helps in removing all the extra fats and toxins out of the body. It also contains potent antioxidants that help metabolism, improves digestion, and keeps you energetic the entire day. You can drink up to 3-4 cups of green tea per day. 

3. Move it

One of the major reasons for fat accumulation around the hips is sitting at one place for longer hours. If you have a job where you are seated all day, make sure to stroll around once in a while to keep the body moving and avoid any accumulation of fat.

4. Sea Salt 

Did you know that poor digestion and constipation can actually result in increased weight? Here, only drinking water would not work so you need something like sea salt to cleanse your system from within. The minerals in sea salt help clean the system while also improving digestion. 

TIP: Avoid using sea salt if you have hypertension, kidney, or liver problems.

5. Reduce snacking

Now, who does not love a good snack that is flavoursome, salty and crunchy? But while they satisfy your tastebuds, they are awfully bad for your body. Do not forget ‘A moment on the lips, forever on the hips’.