How to Get Rid of FUPA Fast
A FUPA, or Fatty Upper Pubic Area, is an issue that affects a large number of women – especially ones that have recently given birth, and ones that are obese. No one wants that so we are here to help teach you how to get rid of FUPA fast!
Some women are genetically predisposed to getting FUPA when they gain weight, others do not develop FUPAs until they gain a very large amount of weight, but either way, it can be difficult to figure out how to get rid of FUPA fast. Indeed, depending on your genetic predisposition for fat storage, you
might find that when you start losing weight it goes from your extremities (wrists, ankles) before it goes from other parts of your body. The good news is that eventually you will lose fat from your thighs, bum, hips and FUPA. But it will take patience.
How to get rid of FUPA fast, if you don’t want to have surgery you will need to look at ways to speed up your weight loss. Try eating 500 calories fewer per day than you need for your basic level of activity. (You can also use the diet plan I used) This will put you at a rate of weight loss of 1lb per week. Then exercise – but don’t count the exercise into your calorie allowance. Just eat as if you weren’t exercising. This will encourage your body to keep as much muscle as possible and continue burning fat.
It’s not easy to lose weight – and it will require diligence and patience – but it is possible and you should see good results if you keep at it in the long term.
Do not waste your time with extreme calorie restriction. Very Low Calorie Diets are dangerous, and they are unlikely to have any meaningful impact on a FUPA since there is other fat to burn as well. Even if they do, rapid weight loss can contribute to loose skin, which can be difficult to get rid of – and may require surgery; we previously discussed FUPA surgery and how to get rid of FUPA without surgery.
Slow, sustainable fat loss that involves redefining your relationship with food – and figuring out a diet that you can stick to in the long term – is going to be much better for your health than fat loss that is more rapid, but that will be undone when you go back to living your normal lifestyle.
The reason people say that diets don’t work is that it’s all too common for people to regain the weight they lost after they stop their diet. It’s true, diets don’t work – but lifestyle changes do. If you take the time now to figure out how to get rid of FUPA fast, and then continue eating in a healthy way, enjoying treats but practicing sensible portion control, then you will end up better off in the long term.
Stop snacking mindlessly, stop drinking your daily calorie allowance, and start eating sensibly – you’ll feel better for it, and be much, much healthier. You’ll also get the lean, toned and FUPA-free body that you have always wanted – without needing to worry about having costly and risky surgery.