Waist Training for Weight Loss in 2016…

As we all frantically Google ‘weight loss’ and ‘getting fit’, we reckon we have found the perfect combination – Cinch Waist Training Corsets.

The key word to remember is “trainer” – just like when you’re working out at the gym, the idea behind a waist training corset is to train the waist through regular use, and then to maintain the shape created by the slimming corset over long periods of time.

Wearing a waist training corset coupled with a balanced diet and regular exercise should bring you the gradual reduction of your waist size, as seen by the impressive results of our customers so far!

Again, as with personal fitness, most people start a long-term program of waist training – beginning their use of their Cinch Corset at just a couple of hours per day, every day, starting on the first level of tightness in the hook fasteners.

After a week or so of regular use, you can then increase the amount of time you wear your waist training corset up to maybe 3-4 hours per day.

The aim for most people is to get to a point where it is comfortable to wear their waist training corset for 6 hours a day. And this will become easier as the waist is encouraged into shape.

In fact, many customers will report a loosening of their Cinch Corset after a few weeks – this is because the waist is training into a slimmer shape, and this is when you need to start using the additional rows of hook fastenings to get further results from your slimming corset.

Eat Right!

What we put into our bodies affects every single output. From our energy levels, our skin, our hair, memory to of course our body shape. And today, with the huge variety out there, it isn’t that hard to stay on the straight and narrow.

By combining the use of a waist training corset with a balanced diet and increased fitness, the results can be amazing. Here are a few food guidelines to follow to help you on your way.

Green Tea

Green tea has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to treat everything from headaches to depression.

The leaves are supposedly richer in antioxidants than other types of tea because of the way they are processed.

Green tea contains B vitamins, folate (naturally occurring folic acid), manganese, potassium, magnesium, caffeine and other antioxidants, notably catechins.

Green tea is alleged to boost weight loss, reduce cholesterol, combat cardiovascular disease, and prevent cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Try supplementing your normal tea or coffee habit with one or two Green Teas a day, and you will certainly reap the rewards.

Lettuce

Fill your bowl with romaine, arugula, or spinach and broccoli loaded with fiber and very few calories. Iceberg lettuce has almost no fiber.

Beans

Kidney beans, chickpeas, black beans etc. contain a compound called resistant starch, a type of fiber that curbs cravings, promotes muscle mass, and makes you feel fuller, longer. They are also low-cal and packed with protein.

Nuts

Almonds, Brazil nuts, natural peanut butter, dry-roasted cashews, dry-roasted peanuts, dry-roasted sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, roasted pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts – Go nuts! They slim your tummy by keeping it full and are full of protein, fiber and vitamin E. Even natural Peanut Butter contains the antioxidant vitamin E, bone-building magnesium, muscle-friendly potassium, and immunity-boosting vitamin B6

Avocado

Avocados contain more of the cholesterol-smashing beta-sitosterol and potassium than any other fruit. While sodium can cause water retention, potassium has the opposite effect, helping you appear slimmer.

Dark or Semi-Sweet Chocolate

Chocolate or, more specifically, cocoa powder made from ground, defatted cocoa beans is loaded with antioxidants and rates low on the glycemic food index which means it stabilises blood sugar levels, thereby suppressing appetite by promoting a fuller feeling, faster.

Oils

Everyone needs a little fat — it controls hunger. Go for monounsaturated fats like Canola oil, flaxseed oil, olive oil, peanut oil, pesto sauce, safflower oil, sesame oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil or walnut oil. The greener the oil, the more antioxidants, so go for extra-virgin. They will help keep your cholesterol under control and satisfy cravings.

Whole Wheat Tortilla

Insoluble fiber, the kind found in most whole grains, like brown rice, whole wheat pasta, and whole wheat bread, as well as fruits and veggies, acts like a broom in your digestive tract, sweeping the contents through and keeping everything working smoothly. Strive for 25 grams of fiber a day—increase intake gradually.

Yogurt

The probiotics in yogurt help reduce swelling and inflammation, and improve digestion. Stick with an unsweetened, lowfat Greek-style yogurt, which offers more protein and fewer refined carbs

Fennel

Along with peppermint tea and ginger, fennel is a superstar when it comes to aiding digestion. It soothes the smooth muscles of the bowel, minimizing swelling. Fennel is rich in potassium and a phytonutrient called anethole, which may also reduce inflammation in the stomach and elsewhere in the body.

Melon

When you’re dehydrated, your body retains fluids, causing you to look like you’ve gained a few pounds. Drinking unsweetened, no-calorie liquids, like water and tea, is beneficial, as is eating water-packed, low-acid fruits and vegetables. Melons, cucumbers, and lettuces are all high in water and low in acid, and trick your body into releasing some of its stored fluid.

Berries and plums

Dried plums and plum juice (100% pure) are naturally rich in potassium and sorbitol, a digestive stimulant that draws water into the large intestine and berries stuff a lot of filling fiber into a tiny package: Just one cup of raspberries has six grams. This helps promote bowel regularity.

Maximise your active time.

Now its time to get moving! And by simply combining wearing a waist training corset while working, walking, watching TV, cleaning, whatever it is that you normally do during the day or in the evening, you will be all-the-time working your core muscles, improving your posture and increasing perspiration (reducing the bloat!).

The Cinch Active slimming corsets have been specifically developed in shape, material and design to enhance the core strength of a workout, improve posture, aid perspiration and ultimately increase the effectiveness of your programme.

Keep well hydrated while using your waist training corset as the special materials increase perspiration which also contributes to weight loss over time.

While wearing a waist training corset we strongly advise you to adopt a healthy lifestyle and this will include eating more regular, but smaller meals (like the above), which will feel more comfortable with the Cinch Corset. This is yet another reason why the waist training routine works – it is a constant reminder and an encouraging factor in your daily choices.

What are you waiting for? Order your Cinch Waist Training Corset now!

by Nick Horrocks

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