Weight Loss: Low Carbohydrate diet in weight loss| Science of Fat loss and insulin (2019) ✔

The information that I’m about to share is
not available in magazines newspaper on TV or even in some diet books
unfortunately even if you have a personal trainer there is a great likelihood
that they will clear on this either and that is I am going to give you
correct information which way based on scientific research however I’m going to make it
easier for you to understand so let’s have a quick look as to how your body
manages the fat that is stored and the fat that is burned up for energy as you plan
your diet you’re fit in a few meals and a few snacks let’s say some cereals and toast in the morning some sandwich at lunchtime and some bread and pasta at
dinner in between we might have some fruits, a chocolate, ice cream or perhaps
a cup of coffee all those foods have certain kinds of
natural nutrients in them called carbohydrate foods can be made up of
carbohydrates proteins and fat different foods are different amount of each so meat for example is all protein and fat bread is largely carbohydrates and protein
barely any fat carbohydrates when consumed or broken down in the simplest
form of sugar in the bloodstream which is called glucose this is then used by
the body for energy the level of glucose in the blood needs to be balanced quite
delicately between a certain range if there is too much for too little then
things can become very dangerous or even deadly. Hence your body has developed a
very smart mechanism of storing away any excess glucose when there is too much
and it does so by sending insulin around the blood, it tells the muscles in the
fat cells that they should absorb glucose from blood. The body continues to do this until glucose is at a safe mount the absorbed glucose is utilized by the
muscle cells immediately or stored for later use glucose is absorbed by the fat
cells where it combines the fatty acid and stored for later use
muscles have a limited storage capacity so if there is a lot of extra glucose
then most of it inevitably goes into your fat cells. if you do not eat for a
longer period of time perhaps a few hours then there is little or no insulin in
your blood and the fat cells is ready to release the extra energy stored back in
blood stream. This can only happen in the absence of insulin. The science behind this is that if there is insulin then there is already too
much glucose in the blood and thus the fat cells would not be allowed to be
released so in the absence insulin fat cells can release their energy into the
bloodstream for you to use if you eat another meal or a snack with some
carbohydrates then show some more insulin will be released so your body
can balance our sugar level again for most of us this process of repeated occurrence daily and that is why some diet recommends eating 5-6 times a day so
as ensures the blood sugar levels are even, but that does not explain as
to why we gain fat and how we can burn it up again over years of eating meals and snacks and releasing insulin the muscle cells and the fat cells and to get deaf to insulin’s message
and the bigger the snacks have been the bigger is the effect. now this indicate
that the body needs to release more insulin so that the muscles and the fat cells do what they need to do and therefore the period of time when insulin is not
present and to get shorter and shorter or in fact the only time when insulin is
not present is overnight now you might be wondering what about those muscle
cells they use glucose for energy and that’s that’s right the use energy to
move you around all day long however the key to muscle cells is that
they’re incredibly efficient before many people the muscle cells may be full of
energy that does not get completed up during the day and that means that you
do not need a lot of additional energy if your exercise regime is so vigorous
that the muscle cells are deplete of the energy reserves and there is lot of
energy that can accommodate and this is a very to healthy situation for your body
because they can store more glucose in the muscle cells as compared to your fat
cells with insulin being key to fat storage and fat burning it makes sense that a weight
loss method that works and the one that continues to work in the future is to
minimize the carbohydrate intake and thus decrease the level of insulin this
will help you burn your own fat for energy and what store any additional fat
if you have any queries or concerns please feel free to add a comment and I will respond to you
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6 thoughts on “Weight Loss: Low Carbohydrate diet in weight loss| Science of Fat loss and insulin (2019) ✔

  1. Amazing content.Check out Dr Eric Berg and Dr Jason Fung videos for weight loss.Low carb and ketogenic diet is great for fat loss and Type II diabetes . Do some research about it. Do check my low carb good fats good protein veg ketogenic diet recipes.

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