Is it just belly fat?

Belly fat goes beyond ruining your figure.

All that fat could lead to various serious conditions. According to the NaturalNews belly fat, or adipose tissue, is one of the areas the body stores excess energy for future use.

While this is a primary role, a secondary function is the storage of toxic substances that the body cannot readily rid itself of. These toxins can be heavy metals, triglycerides bound to cholesterol, excess blood glucose, stress related cortisol issues or any number of other inflammatory agents roaming the body. When we consume more calories than we expend, suffer from chronic stress, and expose ourselves to inflammatory foods and chemicals we pack on belly fat at exponential rates.

Keep up with your body

Women with more belly fat may produce more testosterone which could result in facial hair, and because no woman wants a fat belly and moustache its best to address the hormonal imbalance caused by the belly and work on reducing the belly. Along with your daily dose of Femolene Mylife start leaning towards a healthy anti-inflammatory eating plan, hit the gym and stop stressing.

Yes, stress can also cause hormonal imbalance leading to more belly fat.

Healthandlifestyle says “Cortisol is known as the stress hormone. While this hormone gets us out of bed in the morning feeling energized, high levels are detrimental to body composition, destructive and tear us down over time. Mood disorders including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and exhaustion or digestive issues like irritable bowel syndrome and day-to-day stressors all crank up cortisol levels. Not only do your appetite and cravings increase, there’s loss of muscle mass, libido and bone density. Depression and memory loss also occur. In other words, chronic stress makes us soft, flabby and much older than we truly are. Studies show that stress causes abdominal fat − even in thin people”.

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