Knowing the health risks of visceral fat and understanding the benefits of brown fat by following practical tips
Improving Fat Metabolism with Two Practical Approaches
Scientific studies indicate that visceral fat accumulation poses serious health risks. In contrast, brown fat provides significant benefits. The medical literature informs us of two types of body fat, namely visceral and subcutaneous.
The critical difference is the position and chemical composition of the fat. For example, visceral fat exists around the abdominal organs. Yet, subcutaneous fat exists under the skin and the outer parts of the abdominal area.
Visceral fat is publicly known as belly fat as it covers organs such as the stomach, liver, kidneys, intestines, pancreas, and heart. This stored white fat creates serious health risks for conditions such as heart disease, stroke, type II diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and even some cancers. They are commonly known as metabolic diseases.
I introduced the metabolic syndrome symptoms and causes in multiple articles before. Therefore, I won’t repeat them in this story. Here is the link to the latest article titled Defeat Metabolic Syndrome and Slim Down Waistline with Three Tips. Metabolic health is critical to preventing severe health conditions. It is also essential to maintaining a healthy weight, muscle, bone density, and fat profile.
Brown fat is remarkably found in babies. However, recent studies indicate that adults can also have brown fat, especially around the neck and shoulders, and smaller amounts around the kidneys, vasculature, and heart. More importantly, it is possible to increase brown fat and reduce white fat.
As brown fat has more mitochondria, it can utilize fat molecules as an energy source. In other words, brown fat can help us to reduce fat by burning more calories as it is a thermogenic organ. You can learn to improve mitochondrial health in this article titled: 12 Tips to Get Denser Mitochondria for Joyful Energy
Without going into details, in this article, I provide a two-pronged approach to reducing visceral fat and increasing brown fat. I provide five takeaway points summarising the critical points of this visionary, well-documented, and proven approach. I also provide links to published articles providing details of these tips at the end of the story.
Thank you for reading my perspectives. I wish you a healthy and happy life. If you enjoyed this story, you might find more details about fat metabolism in the following articles.
Disclaimer: Please note that this post does not include health advice. I shared my reviews, observations, experience, and perspectives for information purposes only. If you have disease symptoms please consult your healthcare professionals.
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