Does Fasting Increase Adrenaline?

Does Fasting Increase Adrenaline?

Does Fasting Increase Adrenaline?

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so this question came up recently in my livexa0 show does fasting actually increase adrenaline because a medical doctor says you shouldn’txa0 be doing fasting because it’s going to raise adrenaline and you’re going to be all stressedxa0 out completely ridiculous now it is true that the pre-adrenaline hormone orxa0 neurotransmitter because adrenaline and noradrenaline are neurotransmitters they’rexa0 not hormones but they act like hormones but it has been shown that when you start fastingxa0 your noradrenaline does increase about 48 not 48 times 48 so it goes up a little bit butxa0 also your metabolic rate goes up your resting metabolic rate goes up so fasting helps yourxa0 metabolism but think about what’s happening you are not eating so your body is going toxa0 live on your fat you’re going through the state of ketosis you’re living on fatty acidsxa0 and ketones and in order to mobilize as fat you have to stimulate the fat burning hormonesxa0 and a neurotransmitter called adrenaline so adrenaline is there to mobilize the fat and it isxa0 true that short-term fasting can elevate cortisol which is a stress hormone but that’s a normalxa0 process when you don’t eat cortisol is one of the hormones and it’s called a glucocorticoidxa0 because it helps you metabolize glucose but what it does is it helps mobilize storedxa0 sugar so this is not a abnormal thing it’s just a normal thing to help you maintainxa0 normal blood sugars when you’re sleeping so it’s one of the hormonesxa0 that’s involved in preventing hypoglycemia but long term cortisol decreasesxa0 if you’re doing fasting on a regular basis the fasting will increase not the flutter fightxa0 sympathetic nervous system but it will increase the parasympathetic nervous system and this is whyxa0 people feel so calm and relaxed and stress free so the next time someone tells you that it’s goingxa0 to increase your adrenaline and stress you out just send them this video before you goxa0 if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and you want to knowxa0 how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going as smooth ixa0 have a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in the us hopefully inxa0 the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the number down belowxa0 so you can call and get some help

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Does fasting increase adrenaline and cause stress? Here’s what you need to know.

0:00 Does fasting increase adrenaline?
0:15 Fasting and adrenaline
1:15 Fasting and cortisol

Does fasting increase adrenaline, causing stress? Let’s talk about that. No, I don’t believe fasting causes stress.

It’s true that the pre-adrenaline hormone or neurotransmitter noradrenaline increases by about 48%. But, your resting metabolic rate also goes up. So, fasting actually helps your metabolism.

During fasting, you’re in ketosis. You’re living on fatty acids and ketones. In order to mobilize this fat, you have to stimulate the fat-burning hormones and adrenaline. Adrenaline is there to mobilize the fat.

Short-term fasting can elevate cortisol, which is a stress hormone. But, this is a normal process. Cortisol helps mobilize stored sugar. It’s actually involved in preventing hypoglycemia. But, long-term fasting decreases cortisol.

Fasting on a regular basis may actually make people feel more calm, relaxed, and stress-free.

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