If you find yourself riddled with these annoying little buggers, the best way to get rid of them is to “BURN THEM!” Here are some of our tips for burning calories.

1. Exercise to Burn Calories: When you exercise, your body burns calories to fuel your activity. Even after your workout has ended, your body is still burning more calories.

2. Do Strength Training to Build Muscle: While exercising you are using your muscles which helps build muscle mass which burns more calories — even when you’re at rest — than body fat. According to Christopher Wharton, PhD, a certified personal trainer and researcher with the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University…10 pounds of muscle would burn 50 calories in a day spent at rest, while 10 pounds of fat would burn 20 calories.
3. Eat Smaller Clean Meals: Each time you eat a meal or snack your digestive system uses  calories to fire up the human digestion machine, so eat at least 5 small healthy meals or snacks like raw veggies with hummus,  through the day. In a 2001 study published in The British Medical Journal, researchers found that people who ate six small meals a day had a 5 percent lower average cholesterol level than people who ate one or two larger meals.