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Sunday, June 08, 2008 AndyRobin, Community Member, asks

Q: How to get rid of Belly Fat while a type 2 Diabetic?

I have been a type 2 Diabetic for almost 2 years. I "handle" my sugar by diet and with Metformin. I have have or use to have most of the symptoms of metabolic syndrome and I weigh 280 lbs.  I am trying without any success to reduce my belly fat. before the Diabetes hit, I could swim and do crunchs on my abominitizer and the belly fat would subside. Now, I am losing only a small amount of weight, a 1l a week, after doing 1 to 2 hours of exercise a day, 7 days/week, and it is coming off everywhere but my belly. Is there any foods I should avoid? Is there an foods I should try that will encourage a drop in belly fat? Are there any exercises I can do that will encourage a drop in bell fat?

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Stephen L, Community Member
8/26/09 3:42pm

Eat legumes, whole grain bread and snacks (trail mix), oat cereals, walnuts, fresh fruits and vegetables and mushrooms, dried fruit, fish, lean meat (grass fed beef), high Omega 3 fatty acid eggs.  Avoid processed foods and fatty meats.  Do this for a month and watch the inches fall off.

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By AndyRobin, Community Member— Last Modified: 07/27/13, First Published: 06/08/08