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Sttuborn Fat How to Lose it Part 2

As interesting as those facts may be, let’s concentrate on the
differences between men and women that affect women’s
physical fitness. These differences are primarily found in the
functioning of a woman’s hormones and the construction and
function of her fat cells. These two factors influence everything
from the way a woman’s metabolism functions to how likely she
is to suffer from stubborn fat and other health-related diseases
such as osteoporosis.

Types of Enzymes That Affect Fat Storage
Although the construction of male and female fat cells is
basically the same, they differ vastly when it comes to size and
function. To begin with, women’s fat cells are five times larger
than men’s! In addition, not only are women’s cells capable of
holding more fat, they are genetically programmed to do so. It
all comes down to enzymes:
Lipogenic—Fat-storing enzymes
Lipolytic—Fat-releasing enzymes

Even though these enzymes are present in both men and
women, women’s bodies have two times the number of lipogenic
(fat-storing) enzymes, and only half the number of lipolytic (fatreleasing)
enzymes. This is the genetic legacy of women’s role as
the childbearing gender of the species. Nature wanted to ensure
that women carried enough fat cells to nurture their growing
babies and to breast-feed them after they were born. A baby inutero
requires the mother to burn at least 300 extra calories a
day, and breast-feeding can require as much as 500 extra
calories.In addition to supplying the normal caloric needs of a baby, our
foremothers also stored extra body fat in case of drought or
famine. This extra fat was stored in the hips, thighs, and
buttocks. Therefore, the females who survived famine and
drought to pass down their genes were the women whose bodies
were adept at storing fat. Skinny thighs in the past were a
serious liability, serving only to increase the risk of death when
food supplies became scarce.
These enzymes tend to be balanced in a healthy person. Too
much of either type develops an unbalanced system and leads
to insulin resistance, a prime contributor to stubborn fat.Other contributors to stubborn fat are estrogenic compounds
called xenoestrogens. These chemicals are a byproduct of
fertilizers, plastics, soy isoflavones, certain herbs, and
petroleum products. These compounds in our food and water
supply mimic estrogenic functions and aid in binding to
estrogenic fat receptors. This produces “induced aromatase
influence.” Aromatase is an enzyme that helps convert
androgens (male hormone) to estrogenic compounds.
When this occurs, it enhances the production of estrone, which
is the main culprit in stubborn fat gain in both men and women.
Look at many children today and you can see that they have
taken on some very feminized features such as breast fat. An influx of extra
estrogen into the body from food sources can cause fat cells to
grow and become stubborn.
A similar situation occurs during pregnancy and in mothers
who are breast-feeding, as these cause the fat cells in the body to
swell so that they are able to absorb and store more fuel.
Estrogen tells them that they need to stock up on extra fat, so
the fat cells prepare to do so. This is why many women gain
weight when starting birth control pills or when entering
menopause when levels of progesterone fall and estrogen
becomes the dominant hormone. Unfortunately, severe and prolonged dieting shuts down the
metabolism, sending the body into starvation mode. The fat
cells begin sending out even more fat-storing enzymes and a
significantly smaller amount of fat-releasing enzymes. Because
the fat cells are afraid of being starved to death and depleted of
their stores, they will hold on to the fat they have to the best of
their ability, causing the body to start burning lean muscle mass
to get the amount of fuel it needs.
Lean muscle mass, located in the skeletal muscles and the organ
systems, is the metabolically active part of the body. This means
that after the diet is over and your body is out of starvation
mode, your metabolism will still not function as well as before
the diet, because you have lost some of your muscle mass, which
was the engine driving your metabolism. In addition, the effects of restrictive dieting on your fat-storing
and -releasing enzymes can be permanent. Though the levels
will return closer to a normal level after the diet, the fatreleasing
enzymes will almost always be at a slightly lower level
than before the diet, and the fat-storing enzymes will almost
always be at a slightly higher level. Even worse: the effects are
cumulative. This means that after each successive bout of
dieting, it will be harder and harder for you to lose fat and
control your weight for the long term. On this stubborn fat reduction plan, you are going to consume
as many anti-estrogenic foods as possible and eliminate as many
estrogenic foods as you can. In addition to stimulating greater
fat loss, this type of eating will also help to detoxify your liver.
Without cleaning out the liver and reducing the chemical build
up, your liver becomes overburdened and your fat loss can hit
the wall. First and foremost you must eat unprocessed foods such as
fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds, and occasional wild
salmon. This starts the detoxification of the liver as you
eliminate all processed foods, grains, farm-fed livestock, and
chemically altered foods. Try to eat as much organic food as
possible.
The base of your anti-stubborn fat plan is to consume an
enormous amount of cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli,
cauliflower, cabbage, and Brussel sprouts, as these vegetables
are very anti-estrogenic. Supplement your diet with omega-3 fatty acids from flaxseed. In addition, eating green leafy vegetables,
whole oats and barley, legumes (no soy), and spices such as
turmeric (cancer fighter), milk thistle (liver detoxifier),
dandelion root (natural diuretic), and ginger increases the loss
of stubborn fat by decreasing estrogen in your body. there are
additional estrogenic inhibitors such as chrysin (passion flower),
apigene (chamomile), quercetin (onions, garlic); all of these
cofactors can work together to detoxify your liver and get the
stubborn fat off.

Stage 1—Eat Anti-estrogenic Foods and Estrogen inhibitors
Cruciferous vegetables
Passion flower
Citrus fruits
Chamomile flower
Omega-3 oils

Stage 2—Additional Foods That Promote Anti-estrogenic Hormones
Raw nuts and seeds
Avocados
Olives and olive oil
Rice germ oil
Wheat germ oil

Stage 3—Foods That Serve as Cofactors and Promote Liver Detoxification

Green vegetables
Spices (turmeric, oregano, thyme, rosemary, and sage)
Fruits (citrus, berries, apples, pineapple)
Whole oats and barley
Legumes (no soy)
 

Instead of using the diet-only approach, emphasize the diet and
exercise combination and focus on increasing your daily activity
level overall. (For more information on exercising more rather
than just eating less, see my article, “Movement Sufficiency, Not
Calorie Deficiency.”)  Here are a few quick and practical suggestions: Walk to the store
instead of driving, go for a bike ride, walk upstairs in office
buildings rather than using the elevator, and park your car at
the end of the parking lot instead of looking for the front row
spot. Take short walks during daily breaks or after you get
home. Mow your lawn with a push mower; vacuum your carpets
every other day; tidy up your backyard, basement, or garage;
iron your clothes; wash your windows; and play with your kids.
These activities are usually not looked at as exercise or
workouts, but all such activity adds up at the end of the day, and
it can work wonders as it accumulates over the long haul.

 

 

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