Our expert says:
When you say you weigh 170, I presume you mean pounds, not kg? If this is the case, then your present BMI = 25,9 which is marginally higher than the upper limit of the normal range (18-25), which indicates that you are still slightly overweight. To achieve an ideal BMI of 24 if you are male as I presume (?), you would need to weigh 70 kg, which would entail an additional loss of 7,3 kg (approx. 16 pounds). Until you have reached your ideal weight, you may not shed all your abdominal fat. If you have reached this goal and have still not lost the belly fat, you would have to consider other options such as liposuction. The diet you describe is a variation of a high-protein diet, so I am actually amazed that you manage to do 2 hours of exercise every day with so little carbohydrate to act as fuel. I would recommend that you consult a registered dietitian in your country or area for a more balanced diet because if you don't have an adequate fuel supply you won't be able to do the type of exercise that helps you shed the last 16 lb. I also notice that your gym programme does not seem to concentrate on stomach muscle exercises - you seem to be targeting every other part of your body, except the abdominal area. Do ask the gym instructor to include some stomach crunches, etc, to work on the belly fat.
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