It's all right, we won't judge you.
Body fat loss is of great issue these days, seeing how the obesity issues in this country have been raising alarms in some circles for the last twenty years and have very recently-- that is, in the last two years or so, been popularized in shows like The Biggest Loser and that show on A & E where they've hired an intervention specialist to stalk and confront obese people-- gotten into the fabric of mainstream reality television.
The irony is that people watch these shows while sitting in front of their televisions, eating Cheetos and drinking coke, so the effect that the producers of these shows are having on its participants gets tragically lost on most of the viewing public.
Of course, the best qways to reduce body fat are to be aware of the habits in which you engage every day, to remain physically active and to find ways to incorporate a healthier lifestyle that's at once good for you and easy to follow.
Eating healthier foods is a relatively easy thing to do, really, though I'd recommend that those of you who read something like this and all of a sudden decide to go vegan spare your friends the dogmatic approach of converting them all to your newly enlightened ways.
There are few things so irritating as sitting at a restaurant, ordering a hamburger and then having a member of your party complain that you're killing animals and should be ashamed for the cruelty you're bringing upon the world.
On the other hand, for most of those people I find that they haven't really been successful at their attempts at body fat loss, but at transferring that body fat from their stomachs, thighs and butts straight to their heads.