Losing fat from a specific part of your body is impossible, it doesn’t require 50k crunches to get a 6pack. Losing fat is something that goes on the same level in EVERY part of your body at the same time. Surely muscle growth of biceps (i.e.) while you’re dieting might make you say: “ I lose fat faster from my arms!”. That’d be just because you’re doing both fat loss and muscle growth.
Unfortunately chewing is the only exercise that can provide you with a better jawline but chewing isn’t really what you want to do while dieting haha. And don’t eat chewing gum to that purpose.
Any non-surgical attempt to remove layers of body fat from any body parts is impracticable, nonviable, unworkable, not able to occur or be done. The only way to remove fat from your body parts is via Plastic Surgery, face-lifts, and other plastic surgery techniques.
If you desire to reduce and eliminate body fat, the only practical and safe method, is to alter and tweak your current nutrition and change your ways of life. Fat loss happens gradually and from all over your body.
Body fat accumulates over time due to poor nutrition, genetic factors, socioeconomic background, education, etc. Fat may be removed over an extended period if combined with proper nutritional guidelines. To expedite the process of fat loss, the role of exercising and routine physical exertion is quite useful.
If you employ routine physical training such as daily walking combined with a proper diet and recovery techniques while reducing daily stress and focus on a new lifestyle of fitness, you will increase your chances of mastering your nutrition, health, and destiny.
For good food, I recommend fresh ingredients and cooking your meals from fresh items. I also indeed urge you to reduce consumption of added sugar.
Research Shows That Spot Reduction Of Fat Is Most Likely Not Possible
A significant amount of research has shown that fat loss happens all over the body. It can’t be targeted specific areas.
Some factors that determine where fat loss occurs include: gender, genetics and current body fat percentage.