Skinny hormone? Yes, it exists!
Hormones take part in many processes in the body. We all know that hormonal imbalance can lead to painful periods or outbreaks of acne, but did you know that hormones can also affect weight loss?
Can we lose weight if our hormones are unbalanced?
Hormones decided whether or not the food we eat is stored in the body in the form of fat. Scientists investigated and found that promoting the production and effects of certain hormones can stimulate calorie-burning in our bodies.
Adiponectin - the “skinny” hormone
Adiponectin is a hormone that forms in the adipose brown tissue and is involved in regulating lipid and carbohydrate metabolism. It’s formed in the tissue when there is very little fat in the body - which is why it increases the muscle’s ability to use carbohydrates for energy.
That’s not all - this hormone accelerates the melting of adipose tissue, helps reduce appetite and lowers the risk for type 2 diabetes.
The body’s production of the hormone decreases with age
Studies have shown that this hormone is produced exclusively in the brown adipose tissue and that the production of the hormone decreases as we age. It’s no wonder then that we might encounter problems with weight gain as we start to grow older!
Kick your “skinny” hormone into a higher gear
Studies show that stimulating the activity of brown adipose tissue can help dissolve an additional 500 calories per day!
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