What Fat Deposits Cause to Our Health
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Fatty deposit is one of the most common, and a dangerous disease of the modern age. Even those skinny people with low-fat index can have harmful and dangerous fatty deposits.
Deposits of fat in the body are a great enemy for people of all generations. People have too many obligations, eat unhealthy and fatty foods, and do not have time to worry about their bodies. Although it bothers us just visually because it creates a kind of ‘pillow’ around our waist, the problem is that these layers are not harmless. Fatty deposits are responsible for a great cause of disease such as high blood pressure, heart attacks or even diabetes type 2.
How comes that we have fat deposits?
Body fat is stored mainly on the abdomen, breasts, thighs and buttocks. The primary reason for the formation of fatty deposits is the wrong food, among which pizza, hamburgers and soft drinks. However, stress is certainly one of the important factors. During in stressful situations, the body secretes adrenaline, which in the absence of physical activity has no place to go and in form of fat and glucose deposited is stored around our waist.
Stress also creates a desire for food and increases our appetite. Most commonly, we tend to satisfy this desire by eating more easily accessible and fatty foods. The problem is also in the diet. People today due to lack of time eat once or twice a day and mainly big portions. Proper regime is still three times a day, and the meals included more types of nutrition, as proteins, fat, vegetables and carbohydrates.
The danger that fat deposits cause
There are two types of fat. The first one is external or subcutaneous, which are tangible and visible on the body. Usually they are easily formed and equally easy can disappear with training and a healthy diet. People who have thinner waist and wider hips, so-called ‘pear’ shape also have more benign subcutaneous fat.
Harmful are those fats that are found within the body and are not visible. This type of deposits is closely associated with the risk of cardiovascular diseases. People who are wider in the area around the waist or abdomen are exposed to greater danger of fat deposits. They are more likely to accumulate fat deeper below the skin around organs among which the kidney, spleen and intestines. People with a large amount of fat in the deeper structures of the body have high blood pressure and a greater possibility of diseases from diabetes type 2.
How to reduce fat deposits
Changing the diet is the best partner in fighting against invisible and harmful deposits. Sugar and refined products should be reduced from the diet and new habits should be involved as eating three times a day with a certain amount of protein that prolong satiety and help with weight loss. Also, overweight people may by losing of five to six kilograms reduce the risk of developing many harmful health conditions.