For some people, losing fat in the chest is not easy. No matter how much weight is lost overall from the body, chest fat still seems to remain. Some people have a condition called gynecomastia, which is an abnormal amount of glands under the nipples and this attracts fat buildup.
For people like the above, and for anyone who wants to lose fat in the chest, the suggestion is to keep body fat low (about 18%). The Keto diet is the best diet to do this:
This is a muscle-saving fat-loss diet. It works by forcing the body to ketosis through carbohydrate deprivation. Ketosis is the state in which the body converts fat into ketones that the brain uses as fuel when glucose (carbohydrates) is scarce. The only time the body creates and burns ketones in large amounts is when there is not enough glucose available. Carbohydrates should be restricted to 30 grams or less per day. The benefits are that the body burns fat as the main source of fuel. If it restricts calories, will burn body fat at a high rate often eats much less than carbohydrates. This diet saves lean muscle when enough protein is consumed (50-150 grams minimum per day per pound of body weight). The diet prevents metabolism from slowing down.
There are 3 different ways to approach the Keto diet:
Standard keto: Restrict carbohydrates (to 30 grams per day) and enter ketosis. Stay on this regimen for extended periods until target fat loss is achieved. Sometimes, re-consume carbohydrates for 1-2 days. Keto: It’s the same as standard keto, but I ingested an additional 25 to 50 carbohydrates per day approximately 30 to 60 minutes before weightlifting to provide energy to the muscles. It can help maintain strength during the diet. These carbohydrates should not be counted for the Amount of 30 grams per day.
Cyclic Keto: Enter ketosis during the week Make carbohydrates during the weekend. The most complicated of the 3 methods; should not be done without supervision.
At the same time as the Keto diet, and exercise regimen aimed at the chest should also be performed. You should do high repetition exercises (15-20 exercises per series) with little weight. Make 3 series of these.
Exercises should include:
Press sloping for the upper chest Press flat for the middle chest. Press declined for the lower chest Many push-ups (as many as you can for 5 repetitions) Fly exercises.
These exercises should be done for 2 months.
If, after this time, the problem persists, you could try a product called Lipoderm-Y. This is applied to the chest area 2 times a day. Doing this should allow you to lose fat quickly if your metabolism works properly. Continue to do the underweight exercises while doing this.
If everything else fails, and the fat is still in your chest, surgical procedures may be required. A procedure called Gynecomastia may be performed. This involves surgically removing fat and reshaping the problem part of the chest. Some views claim that this is the only means of effectively removing fat from the chest. Still, it’s worth trying diet and exercise first, as they can work for you and avoid surgery.
Fat in the chest area seems to be an ongoing problem for some people. Sometimes diet and exercise can be used to combat this. If this fails, you may need to consider surgery.