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Rehabilitate Your Metabolism

Published on 5/14/2019
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Many women, especially after years of dieting, find that they can't seem to lose weight even on as little as 1,200 calories a day.  They may even gain weight on this amount, which is so demoralizing that it causes further desperation and the increased cortisol level that further inhibits fat loss.  What a vicious cycle!  There's more to fat loss than calorie counting.  When you decrease your total calorie count repeatedly, your body naturally goes into conservation mode and slows your metabolism.  After each loss/gain cycle, a woman's proportion of body fat is also likely to increase.  And even if you have no dieting history, your lean muscle mass is likely to decline and be replaced by fat if you don't actively maintain it.

All of this can be reversed.  To speed up your metabolism, you must decrease the amount of fatty tissue in your body, increase your muscle mass(muscle burns more calories than fat tissue, even when we are sleeping), and restore your body's sensitivity to the effects of insulin.

Restoring your body's insulin sensitivity is crucial to health.  Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas that is essential for the efficient passage of glucose from the bloodstream to the cells, where it is used as energy.  In a person who becomes insulin resistant-whether for genetic reason or because of diet-the insulin sensors of the cells no longer respond properly, failing to clear the sugar out of the blood.  This begins a vicious cycle, with the pancreas making more and more insulin to keep an increasingly resistant system going.

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