Is Your Fat Giving You Inflammation?
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now there’s many things that can causexa0 inflammation i’ve done a lot of videos on this but did you know that your own fat could bexa0 keeping you inflamed the fat cell or adipocyte is not only a storage for triglyceridesxa0 but it’s an actual endocrine gland it makes hormones like leptin which decreases your appetitexa0 and estrogen and there’s several other hormones it’s involved in immunity it actually makesxa0 stem cells which is fascinating it’s involved in your appetite with this hormone right here it’sxa0 involved with blood pressure insulin regulation and this right here tnf alpha which is a cytokinexa0 what is that that is a signaling molecule that triggers inflammation so it’s pro inflammatoryxa0 so your fat cells specifically the visceral fat that’s in your midsection triggers this rightxa0 here which then keeps your body inflamed now that inflammation then causes insulin resistancexa0 and then insulin resistance will make you more fat and more fat causes this causes this so they feedxa0 on each other as a circular mechanism if you’re severely overweight and you’re taking i don’t knowxa0 taking certain supplements to help you decrease inflammation and it’s not working it could be youxa0 need to reduce the amount of fat that’s in your midsection this is what you need to do you justxa0 need to keep your carbs below 20 grams per day you need to do intermittent fasting i put axa0 link down below if you’re new to my channel vitamin d taken in about 30000 IUs would be a veryxa0 good thing to help you with inflammation as a kind of a coping mechanism as you lose weight numberxa0 four choline it’s a supplement you can get it it helps to take fat off the liver which is alwaysxa0 part of it because if the liver fills up with fat it spills over into the abdominal area so cholinexa0 is very very essential as well as bile salts bile salt helps reduce fat in your liver same thingxa0 with colon these two together are really good to help reduce the fat in your mid section butxa0 this also is an anti-inflammatory by itself and number six this thing called exercisexa0 if you did 45 minutes a day just long walks that would help you greatly so in summaryxa0 this is the recommendations that i would do to help you lose weight and get rid of yourxa0 inflammation before you go if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and you wantxa0 to know how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going as smoothxa0 i 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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There are many things that can cause inflammation, but did you know that your own fat could be one of them?
0:00 Fat and inflammation
0:45 How fat keeps you inflamed
1:40 What you could do
Today we’re going to talk about how your own fat could actually keep you inflamed. The fat cell is not only storage for triglycerides, but it also makes hormones. For example, it makes leptin, which decreases your appetite.
A few more interesting things about the fat cell:
• It’s involved in immunity (it makes stem cells)
• It’s involved in appetite
• It’s involved with blood pressure
• It’s involved with insulin regulation
• It’s involved with TNF alpha (cytokine)
TNF alpha (cytokine) is a signaling molecule that triggers inflammation. Your fat cells, specifically your visceral fat, trigger TNF alpha, which keeps the body inflamed. That inflammation then causes insulin resistance, which causes more fat and starts the cycle over again.
What you could do:
1. Keep your carbs below 20g per day
2. Do intermittent fasting
3. Take vitamin D (about 30,000 IUs)
4. Take choline
5. Take bile salts
6. Exercise (45 minutes per day)
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