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How to Lose the Gut and Not the Butt

Are you one of many women who are skeptical about weight loss for a fear that losing too much weight will reduce the size of your butt? You may even be one of the “lucky” ones who are naturally thin yet still carrying a gut or a muffin top.

In either case, you’re probably wondering how you can lose weight in specific areas like your midsection without losing it anywhere else, especially your butt. Since, the butt is partially comprised of fat this is an understandable concern.

During weight gain, your butt grows, introducing voluptuous curves that you’d probably like to keep. This is especially true when you have an apple shape, tending to carry most of your weight in the breasts, midsection and abdomen. Unfortunately for the apple shape, the butt fat is the first thing to go during weight loss.

Now, pear-shaped women are different, as they tend to have naturally slim waists and carry most of their weight in their butt, hips and thighs. Although pear-shaped women may also lose some of their butt fat during weight loss, it’s usually not a huge concern.

Regardless of whether you have an apple or a pear shape, it is important to understand that fat loss may inevitably lead to a reduction in your butt size. While spot reduction is not possible when it comes to fat loss, I have a solution that will help you lose weight in your midsection without losing a significant amount of weight in your butt. My solution requires three steps: