How long does it take to lose belly?

The average bodyweight of a female adult is about 100 pounds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, a weight loss of five pounds per week of the average adult female is usually enough to maintain a healthy body weight for most individuals.

As of January 2014, obesity rates for adults aged 50-69 years were 35.1 percent, which means almost one in three adults are obese.

For women in that age group, the annual average weight loss for a year is about four pounds, according to the CDC. For men in that age group, the annual average weight loss is about five pounds.

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Carmakers will soon be able to use a “pre-paid parking” payment plan to sell additional parking.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that he was forming a six-member panel to look at “a new payment model” for paying for parking, where users can pay using pre-paid credit and debit cards.

“We understand that many New Yorkers already shop for parking online — they have credit cards and debit cards — and are worried that in the new model, they’d lose them,” he told reporters, flanked by members of the city’s transportation commission.

The City Council recently approved a deal with the nation’s largest car makers to create three new car models designed to run on the city’s new automated parking systems, including Volvo’s upcoming XC90 SUV and General Motors’ Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac Escalade, both of which will soon start selling their own on-street parking.

The current system uses swipe cards