Did you know the armpit is one of the most photoshopped area of the female body?

Magazines do it all the time when shooting big celebrities and models.

A lot of times you see those magazines with celebrities depicting the “perfect body”, in reality it’s not the same way they look as their pictures are usually digitally modified.

Now just like any other parts on the body the underarm region has is no exception.. It too can have excessive fat.

The reality is that it’s not really possible to lose fat in one specific area of your body.

However, if you want to get rid of armpit fat you have to do some high-intensity or total body workouts combined with proper nutrition.

The good news is that you do not need any fancy equipment to get rid of armpit fat.

The ultimate way to get rid of excess body fat, armpit or anywhere else entails doing some high intensity fat burning workouts and controlling your eating habits.

Losing armpit fat is not rocket science. You just have to be willing to put in some time and effort.

The beauty about this is that while you’re trying to lose armpit fat you will also lose back fat, tone your triceps and arms.

So you’ll be using one stone to kill many birds.

Step 1 – You have to control your intake of sugar and saturated fats

The fact is that foods that are high in sugar content will also have a high fat content which will make your goal to lose fat very difficult.

So you have to make sure that you moderate the intake of foods that are high in sugar fat.

If you don’t, you can say goodbye to your weight loss goals.

Some of the top foods high in sugar are sodas, cakes, pastries and candies.

Some popular ones that are high in saturated fats include, sweets dairy products, cooking oil and margarine butter. The goal here is to eliminate processed foods and those junk foods.

They are doing nothing for your body except slowly destroying it.

It’s best if you stick to good foods like fresh produce and heart-healthy fats such as   avocados, olive oil, whole wheat, berries, granola, oats legumes and quinoa.

If you’re able to cut 600 calories from your daily diet you are bound to lose at least 1 to 2 pounds per week.

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Written by jale