Cold reduces weight and burns fat  

Cold reduces weight and burns fat

 

The latest British studies related to weight control, which took 10 years to complete and dealt with the effects of cold on metabolism, revealed that cold helps to lose weight. The researchers concluded that warm homes and offices can contribute to an increase in waist width and weight.
The study showed that the shivering that occurs in the body in response to a drop in temperature consumes about 30% of the body’s energy, which means that the drop in temperature significantly increases the rate at which the body burns calories, instead of them being stored as fat.
A previous study conducted at the University of Turku, Finland, advised investing the winter in weight loss, because feeling cold can burn fat faster than any other diet program.
The study revealed that exposure to low temperatures stimulates a type of adipose tissue in the body that is responsible for burning fats and sugars in order to produce heat. These tissues are found in the waist, shoulders and neck, where cold increases the consumption of a type of glucose found in the shoulder area about 15 times compared to the consumption process. Normal, which is equivalent to 4 kilograms of fat accumulated in the abdomen, sides and thighs.
American nutritionist Brooke Albert advised that consuming sugar not only causes health problems and obesity, but also makes a person look older.
An American study found that eating processed and quickly digested sugars can increase appetite, stimulate hunger, and stimulate the areas of the brain responsible for appetite and food demand.
The study showed how eating food affects regulating the amount of dopamine in the pleasure centers in the brain, which are located next to the centers associated with addiction, which increases the suspicion that some foods have an addictive effect.
The author of the book accused sugars of causing damage to the skin, making it more susceptible to wrinkles and dryness and thus making a person appear older than his actual age.
In general, as we age, the skin produces less collagen, which causes the skin to sag, and this process can be accelerated by malnutrition.

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