Get rid of abdominal fat using this simple technique

Get rid of abdominal fat ? Getting rid of abdominal fat is not easy! Diets, methods and technologies are not lacking but the results are often disappointing. Here’s a tip that will help you get rid of abdominal fat … with ice packs.

Get rid of abdominal fat

Get rid of abdominal fat – Cold temperatures help burn fat cells

To know how to get rid of abdominal fat effectively and sustainably, you should know that there are two types of fat tissue: whites and browns. For people who do not suffer from obesity, white adipose tissue constitutes 20 to 25% of body weight. This kind of fabric provides energy to the body and maintains its temperature. But not only: unlike brown fat, white adipose tissue deposits lipids and burns calories. Brown fat is very present in infants; it allows them to produce heat and warm up when it’s cold. It is therefore easier to get rid of brown fat than white fat.

During a biopsy of adipose tissue, researchers at Maastricht University discovered that those in the abdomen and thighs turned brown in winter. This indicates that cold temperatures favor the transformation of white adipose tissue into brown adipose tissue.

According to scientists, in winter, some homes are heated to 21 ° C, a temperature that does not promote the expenditure of calories. For results, scientists advise to lower the temperature between 17 and 15 ° C for a few hours. Because when the temperature is high, the body does not need to burn calories to maintain body temperature.

Another scientific study observed a group of men sleeping in a room at 18 ° C. After 4 weeks, the amount of brown tissue had doubled and the body had spent more calories. This process is called thermogenesis.

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