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Are Your Cells Making You Fat?

Most diets focus on fat cells in the body, but what about other trillion cells. Can they be the cause of weight gain?

A new theory says yes. Inflammation is the first attack on illness and infection but it also happens in the cells themselves. Cells triggered by toxins and pollutants become inflamed and don't function properly. As a result, toxins and pollutants remain trapped leading to sluggish metabolism and weight gain.

Cellular inflammation is aggravated by processed foods containing hydrogenated vegetable oils. Hydrogenated vegetable oils, also known as trans fats, are used in commercially baked goods, margarine, and snacks such as potato chips. Sugar can also cause inflammation.

What can you do if you want to reduce inflammation and get your cells back on track?

Take a break from foods known as allergens even if you don't have any specific allergies. These foods include wheat, dairy, soybeans, peanuts and corn. Avoiding this diet led to a ten-pound weight loss in the study group with no change in their diet or eating habits. Since you are cutting out dairy products, calcium is essential, adding extra calcium to your diet. That's a good idea in any case, as most women don't get enough calcium because of it.

Stress leads to the release of hormone cortisol which leads to cell inflammation and weight gain, or resistance to weight loss. Reducing stress levels in modern life is a challenge. Lavender essential oils are soothing and soothing. Soak up the effect by taking a hot bath with a teaspoon of lavender essential oil. You can add Epsom salt, sea salt and baking soda to the bath and reduce further pressure.

Lightweight exercises like speeding or cycling can reduce stress levels. And additional workouts will burn some calories as well.

Increase the intake of foods known for their anti-inflammatory properties. These foods include kale, spinach, chard, oily fish such as tuna and salmon, green tea, brown rice, omega 3 fatty acids and olive oil. Fruits include apples, cherries, citrus, tomatoes, and strawberries.

Cooking spices by adding herbs like basil, parsley, thyme, rosemary and yes, wise. Interestingly enough, despite their spicy chilli they have anti-inflammatory properties.

Add at least one of these foods to each meal and avoid hydrogenated oil. Reduce the level of sugar in your diet as well.


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