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Belly Fat Reduction
According to government researchers, the link between stress, tension, and excess belly fat is known as the Metabolic Syndrome. High levels of cortisol (a stress induced hormone) cause pound after pound of excess body fat to accumulate around your waist and tummy…a health-threatening, figure-destroying condition affecting many people, mostly women.
What is Cortisol?
Cortisol (a stressed induced hormone) is secreted by the adrenal glands. Cortisol is one of the key hormones associated with the response to stress.
Cortisol controlling is formulated to help:
- Reduce Stress
- Reduce Mild Anxiety
- Reduce Sub clinical Depression
- Fight Mid-Day Fatigue
- Increase Energy
Chronic stress and cortisol can contribute to weight gain in the following
The primary application of NHS BELLY FAT REDUCTION is listed below, you
will see there are many ways this can happen. The most important consequence
is your heath. As the excess cortisol stimulates glucose production. This
excess glucose then typically is converted into fat, ending up as stored fat.
So the ingredient profile we have formulated should assist with this, and
may help to reduce one's constant state of stress.
Men and women do store fat differently.
Metabolism -- Do you feel like you're prone to putting on more weight when
you're stressed, even if you're eating the same amount of food as you always
have? Too much cortisol can slow your metabolism, causing more weight gain
than you would normally experience. This also makes dieting more difficult.
Cravings -- OK, you're stressed. Do you reach for a nice salad or a pint of
Ben & Jerry's? I'll bet on the latter. People experiencing chronic stress
tend to crave more fatty, salty and sugary foods. This includes sweets,
processed food and other things that aren't as good for you. These foods are
typically less healthy and lead to increased weight gain.
Blood Sugar -- Prolonged stress can alter your blood sugar levels, causing
mood swings, fatigue, and conditions like hyperglycemia. Too much stress has
even been linked to metabolic syndrome, a cluster of health concerns that can
lead to greater health problems, like heart attacks and diabetes.
Fat Storage -- Excessive stress even affects where we tend to store fat.
Higher levels of stress are linked to greater levels of abdominal fat.
Unfortunately, abdominal fat is not only aesthetically undesirable, it's
linked with greater health risks than fat stored in other areas of the
Stress and weight gain are connected in other ways:
Emotional Eating -- Increased levels of cortisol can not only make you crave
unhealthy food, but excess nervous energy can often cause you to eat more
than you normally would. How many times have you found yourself scouring the
kitchen for a snack, or absently munching on junk food when you're stressed,
but not really hungry? More on what causes emotional eating.
Fast Food -- Experts believe that one of the big reasons we're seeing more
obesity in our society these days is that people are too stressed and busy
to make healthy dinners at home, often opting to get fast food a the nearest
Too Busy to Exercise -- With all the demands on your schedule, exercise may
be one of the last things on your to-do list. If so, you're not alone.
Americans live a more sedentary lifestyle than we have in past generations,
yet our minds seem to be racing from everything we have to do. Unfortunately,
from sitting in traffic, clocking hours at our desks, and plopping in front of
the TV in exhaustion at the end of the day, exercise often goes by the wayside.