High-quality protein is the most important food for losing belly fat. The most consistent indicator of leanness around the waist is a high-quality protein intake, which is defined as foods that contain a “threshold” amount of 10 grams of essential amino acids (EAAs). For example, a large study of young volunteers found that those who ate the 10-gram “threshold” dose of EAAs at every meal had the least belly fat, and the number of times they reached the EAA threshold was also significant. (Loenneke, J., Wilson, J., et al. Quality of Protein Intake is Inversely Related with Abdominal Fat. Nutrition and Metabolism. 2012. 9(5).
Butler County Health
Butler County Health Care Center is a county-owned, critical access hospital offering both inpatient and outpatient services. The facility is located in David City, Nebraska; serving the Butler County community and surrounding areas. Butler County Health Care Center originally opened its doors in November of 1973. The hospital continually makes improvements to the facility, equipment and services in order to improve patient care. Butler County Health Care Center has benefited from having continuity within the board of directors, medical providers, administration and staff. The commitment, loyalty and leadership of these dedicated professionals have significantly contributed to the financial stability of Butler County Health Care Center.
Butler County Health Care Center employs over 100 people. The medical staff consists of six family practice physicians, two physician assistants, two nurse practitioners and several visiting specialty providers. The people of Butler County Health Care Center are committed to providing high quality, personalized health care in a cost effective and safe manner, as well as providing leadership to improve the health of the community we serve.