Muscle deposits and muscle are in no way related, so if you are doing only exercises for the belly and the thighs, it is impossible to dissolve fat deposits. This way you can only strengthen your muscles. You will dissolve fat deposits by a combination of proper training and balanced diet.
Fruit is very healthy, but you have to know that it contains a high proportion of carbohydrates, that is, fructose. Fructose is a carbohydrate that does not come directly into the muscle but is stored in the liver, and then into the fat. If you eat a lot of fruit, the pancreas will gain insulin to remove excess red blood sugar, and excess is saved in fat. After eating fruit, you will be constantly hungry and set for additional UH intake. It’s a vicious circle. So it raises the question of when and what kind of fruit to eat?
Eat fruits with a low glycemic index (nectarines, apricots, pineapple, plums, strawberries, apples, grapefruit, oranges) in the first part of the day. Later, when you build up your metabolism and gain muscle mass, you’ll be able to afford everything.