Topic Taking a Closer Look at Human Fat

  • Sat 12th Jan 2019 - 7:45am

    The truth is that fat cells are simply an amazing way to store keto 900 Review energy. When you think about it, it's only in the last hundred years or so that our society has developed reliable restaurants and supermarkets, making food readily available to all who can pay a minimum amount. Before that, we often had periods of feast and famine, and if you go back 10,000 years, we spent all our time simply looking for food so as to survive. Our bodies knew that we might not get enough food after this one meal, so they became amazing at storing energy for those leans times so that we wouldn't starve. So when you stare down at your tummy, know that your body is simply preparing you to face starvation. It simply hasn't received the memo yet that we now have supermarkets and need no longer worry.

    Have you ever stood before the mirror and looked at the pudge on your body and wondered why our bodies tend to store fat in the first place? Why not build more muscle, for example? Why do we tend to build up fat around our arms, bellies, thighs, hips and back? What is the purpose of this fat, and why did we evolve to store it as we do? Why is it so hard to burn fat off, and easy to lose muscle? These questions are so basic that we often don't even think to ask them, but there is a biological answer to each one. In today's article we're going to take a look at why our bodies seem to love fat and what purpose it serves, and why we tend to store it and have so much difficulty burning it when we want to lose weight. If you've ever wondered about any of these questions, read on!

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