sugarNine times out of ten sugar will be one of the worst things you can put into your body if you’re really serious about eliminating a very large amount of thigh fat.

Sugar has a lot of calories and also disrupts the glucagon fat burning mechanism within your system. In fact, when consumed in excess sugar is viewed as poison by the medical community.

Having said that, if you continually crave sugar it can be extremely difficult to stop consuming it.

Sugar interacts with your brain in such a way that you can become dependent on high levels of dopamine. Whenever you consume sugar it forces your brain to release dopamine which in turn produces a pleasurable feeling.

This is your body’s way of telling you that you have found the most efficient source of energy, pure sugar.

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It is almost impossible to lead a normal social life while not eating at restaurants.

Going out and eating on a frequent basis is simply part of our social fabric. The problem here is that eating at restaurants is going to increase your intake of calories and is also going to increase the total amount of fat accumulating chemicals entering your body.

The bottom line is that unless you have a proper framework in place beforehand, eating at restaurants on a frequent basis can single-handedly make you accumulate exorbitant amounts of thigh fat.

So let me show you some simple strategies that will help you reduce the negative impact:

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If only it were as simple as doing a large amount of cardio every single day in order to get sculpted and sexy looking legs.

But the truth of the matter is that the female body is extremely complex and if you use such a one-dimensional approach you’ll never get sexy legs.

You see, the only way to get the sexiest and the most toned legs possible is by activating all your different types of muscle fibers.

And the only way to accomplish this is by doing a wide variety of exercises.

The issue here is that the female body has three major types of muscle fibers and each one of them responds to a different type of exercise.

Here is a brief rundown of the different types of muscle fibers in your body:

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