The Trouble Spot Nutrition
The Trouble Spot Nutrition
  • Trouble Spot Nutrition For Targeted Fat Loss.

Shedding unwanted fat can b tricky, especially if it tends to be concentrated in a specific area. This is why what works for one person may not work for another when it comes to changing the diet and eating to burn fat. The differences in where body fat tends to concentrate from one person to the next are the foundation of Trouble Spot Nutrition. The idea is that every individual needs to eat according to where body fat tends to accumulate, whether around the hips and thighs, the abdominal region, or the chin, neck, and arms.


While women tend to accumulate fat on the hips and thighs, this is not always the case. Some women tend to accumulate body fat around the midsection, just as most men do. You can read more about body fat accumulated and targeted diets on the Trouble Spot Nutrition homepage


While some men and women have been successful following certain diet weight loss programs, those programs don't work for everyone. This is because they are designed as a one-size-fits-all diet. It is evident men and women gain weight in different places. But, genetics also plays a role in where fat accumulates on the body. Popular diet and weight loss programs overlook these inherent differences and don't help those who need individualized diet and weight loss plans.


Trouble Spot was founded on sound scientific principles, with a basis in hormone production and hormone imbalance. Producing too much of one hormone and not enough of another can lead to fat accumulation in certain parts of the body. For instance, a man who tends to accumulate fat around the hips, chest, and thighs produces too much estrogen and not enough testosterone. 


Diet comes into play with fat accumulation, due to the production of enzymes. There are certain enzymes known to encourage the production of cortisol, which is often responsible for the accumulation of fat around the midsection. By avoiding certain foods that produce cortisol stimulating enzymes and eating other foods, an individual with fat accumulation around the midsection may be able to reduce body fat in this area.


People who've tried other diet and fat loss plans in the past may have tried their best, to no avail. A targeted diet plan that takes into account the individual differences in metabolism, heredity, and how fat accumulates makes more sense than a generic plan or one that seems to be the trend of the day. Anyone who has tried other fat burning plans in the past and has given up should consider the Trouble Spot approach.


The good thing about a targeted plan is that there are no special foods to buy. Everything needed to start the fat burning process is available at the local grocery store. For $20  divided into 2 payments, the plan offers several guides related to nutrition and eating the right foods to activate fat burning. There are no apps to download with this plan. Targeted fat burning based on the individual makes more sense than trying to follow a plan aimed at the general public.