Can you feel it? Cuffing season is almost upon us. It’s the season to get boo’ed up with your significant other or look for someone to cuddle up with.
Sure, when it’s time to break out the summertime bikini, there are plenty of articles, blogs, and videos about how to pull off the perfect “summer body.” But when you’re ready to curl up in front of the fireplace with someone special, shouldn’t you have a "fall body" too?
We think so.
Here’s how you get it.
Eat Foods That Will Protect Your Skin
As the weather goes from burning hot to mild, that’s a sign that you need to start protecting your skin from cooler weather. You can do this by drinking lots of water, moisturizing your face with an oil like sweet almond, avocado, or coconut, and eating certain foods that are proven to protect your skin (and hair).
Some of those include fish (they contain omega-3 oils), spinach (Vitamin A has anti-aging properties that remove dead skin from the inside out) and eggs (they have sulfur in them; that detoxifies your liver and gives you glowing skin and hair).
Eat Foods That Will Flatten Your Abs
Just because you may not be rocking a bathing suit, that’s no excuse to let your abs go. Fall is one of the most fun times when it comes to fashion. You can confidently wear knits that hug your curves if your tummy is tight.
Do some cardio 3-5 times a week, around 50 push-ups every night and also eat foods that will help to keep your abs flat.
Apples are loaded with fiber. Yogurt has been proven to help keep weight off and digestive systems on track (less bloating means a flatter-appearing stomach area). A broth-based veggie soup is high in nutrients and low in calories. It can also take some of that chill off on particularly cold days.
Eat (And Workout) To Build Up Your Buttocks
Nothing says “fall is here” quite like a pair of dark hip-hugging jeans or a turtleneck and a pencil skirt. You’re going to be unforgettable in either outfit if your buttocks are right!
Do squats 4-5 times a week for no less than 15-20 minutes. Also take note that there are certain foods that can “feed your buttocks” so that you can get that fall body you desire.
Chicken is packed with protein and that can help to expand the mass of your buttock region. So does oatmeal, nuts, sweet potatoes, brown rice, and steak.
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