This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed for people that want a trimmer, tighter belly and want to get rid of their Belly Fat.
Are you or someone you love suffering from belly fat and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including belly fat with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our belly fat sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Belly Fat sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease or minimize bulge in the abdominal area or expanding the waistline
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
An increase in your waistline is often considered the price we pay for getting older. Both men and women find that it is harder to zip up the jeans and find themselves buying bigger clothes. Research shows that increased belly fat is more than that, it also caries some serious health risks.
What’s Behind Belly Fat?
Your weight is pretty much determined by how your body balances the calories you take in with the energy you burn. And most of us find that as we age we get less exercise and enjoy those desserts a little more than we used to.
The trouble with belly fat is that it’s not limited to the extra layer of padding located just below the skin (subcutaneous fat). It also includes visceral fat — which lies deep inside your abdomen, surrounding your internal organs. And this type of fat is linked to more dangerous health risks, such as:
- Heart disease
- Type 2 diabetes
- High blood pressure
- Abnormal cholesterol
- Breathing problems
- Cardiovascular disease
- Colorectal cancer
- Sleep apnea
- Premature death from any cause
You can tone abdominal muscles with crunches or other forms of abdominal exercises, but just doing these exercises won’t get rid of belly fat. Here are a few tips on how to rid yourself of the Belly Fat:
- Eat a healthy diet. Emphasize plant-based foods, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and choose lean sources of protein and low-fat dairy products.
- Replace sugary beverages. Drink water or beverages with artificial sweeteners
- Keep portion sizes in check.
- Include physical activity in your daily routine.
- Try our Universal Sound Therapy Protocol on Belly Fat
Universal Sound Therapy has developed a protocol that is designed to help your body heal itself and get rid of that belly fat. Many of our customers have reported success in getting their body back in shape while incorporating our UST Protocol on Belly Fat in
their daily fight agains their growing waistline. We also offer protocols on Weight Loss and Obesity.
Give our protocol on Belly Fat a try, we stand behind all of our Universal Sound Therapy Protocols with a Money Back Guarantee. You really have nothing to lose except the fat.
Short Description of Belly Fat
Belly fat is basically body fat that has accumulated in the abdomen or mid-section of the body. It results from poor diet, aging, genetics, and lack of exercise and alcohol intake. Belly fat can be a precursor to more serious conditions and is part of the metabolic syndrome, a collection of medical conditions that include high blood pressure, expanding waistline (belly fat), diabetes and high cholesterol levels that puts a patient at increased risk for getting heart disease.
Symptoms of Belly Fat
- Bulge in the abdominal area
- Expanding waistline
- Clothes no longer fitting
About Belly Fat
While belly fat is mostly attributed to people getting fatter as they age. It is a condition that is nothing to joke about. Belly fat is associated with a number of health risks and if you are carrying extra pounds and your clothes do not fit you as well as before you might want to look in the mirror to see if you indeed are getting fatter. The trouble with this is not limited to the additional layer of padding located just below the skin (subcutaneous fat) but also includes the visceral fat, which is located deep within the abdomen as well as the surrounding organs. Regardless of your overall weight, patients with an expanding abdominal girth are at increased risk of developing the following conditions:
- Heart Disease
- Type 2 Diabetes (Insulin-resistance)
- Colon Cancer
- Sleep Apnea
- Premature death from any cause
There is no doubt that age and genetics play a major role on how a person gains abdominal girth. Your weight is determined by three main factors and these are: 1. How much calories you take during the entire day. 2. How much you burn off via daily exercise and 3. Your age. If you eat too much and exercise very little, it is most likely that you will put on the extra pounds. Age or getting older also play a major role because as you age you lose muscle mass and how efficiently your body uses calories. When this happens it becomes more difficult to maintain a healthy weight. According to the 20-15-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, people over the age of 50 need to eat 200 less calories per day so as to prevent muscle loss. Genes also play a role to the chances of being overweight and becoming obese. However, balancing the calories you consume with movement can help prevent the weight gain even with age and genetics as contributing factors.
Role of Sugary Foods and Beverages
A high sugar diet that includes cakes, candies and so-called “healthier” choices such as muffins and frozen yogurt, soda, flavored coffee and sweet tea contributes to excess abdominal fat in people. Observational studies show that this may be due to a large amount of fructose content in added sugars. While too much sugar in any form is proven to lead to weight gain and excess stomach fat, sugar-sweetened beverages are more notorious. Sodas and other sweet drinks make it quite easy to drink large amounts of sugar in a very short period of time resulting to excess abdominal fat.
When consumed in moderation, alcohol has good health benefits. Red wine for instance can lower your risk of developing heart attacks and strokes. However, high alcohol intake can lead to inflammation, liver disease and other health problems. Studies show that alcohol does suppress fat burning and excess calories from the alcohol are stored partly as stomach fat, hence the term “beer belly.” Another study showed that daily drinkers that consume less than one drink per day tend to have lesser abdominal fat while those who drank and consumed four or more days were most likely to have higher amounts of abdominal fat. Bottom line is heavy alcohol consumption not only increases your risk of developing deadly diseases but is clearly linked to excess abdominal fat.
When it comes to fats, trans fats are the unhealthiest fats of all. They are made by adding hydrogen to unsaturated fats for the purpose of making them stable. They are used to extend the life of processed food such as muffins, baking mixes and crackers. A diet rich in trans fats not only increases your risk of developing coronary artery disease but also is linked to higher abdominal fat.
An inactive lifestyle also known as “couch potato” is considered one of the biggest factors to poor health. Due to a modern lifestyle where most activity is done with minimal or no physical exertion, people have become less active. And as a result this has contributed to higher rates of obesity that includes excess abdominal fat. A survey conducted between 1988-2010 in the US showed that a lack of physical activity in Americans greatly increased abdominal girth in both men and women. On the other end of the spectrum, people that perform daily exercise activities were able to prevent abdominal fat accumulation while those how did not exercise had a 25-38% increase in belly fat.
Sound Therapy For Belly Fat
The role of sound therapy healing in the prevention and control of body weight and excess abdominal fat is very encouraging. Sound therapy is an alternative form of healing therapy that balances the frequencies of the body in order to return it to its original state. Sound therapy has no side effects and is non-invasive. Healing through sound has been around for thousands of years and many eastern and traditional and alternative medicine practitioners use it regularly on their patients. Sound therapy can relax the mind; relieve pain, stress and initiates healing from the very first session. It is also quite easy to do as all you need are the healing sound therapy download and a headset and you are good to go.