Don't want to lose weight? Look at this documentary
The name of this documentary is "Anatomical obesity", the key words of the whole documentary are:
weight loss, anatomy, obesity.
"The film follows the coroner's autopsy of a woman's body, showing us the most realistic image of a fat body in the most intuitive way. Of course, obesity here refers to the cause of obesity, not the drug to obesity situation. The 60-year-old woman's body was 1 meter 67, but weighed 107 kilograms, typically severely overweight. The woman died of heart failure and donated her body voluntarily for medical research.
This reality documentary is intended to study how severely obesity can affect the body. "
Through anatomy, the documentary gives us a clear picture of how thick the visceral fat is in obese people. Of course, the amount of visceral fat is not identified by your external body characteristics, you may not look fat, but the internal fat is more.
Many people appear to be well-rounded, but because they are sedentary or unactive, their fat is likely to be hidden inside the body, i.e. visceral fat.
Too much visceral fat can trigger type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance.
"Unlike other fats, visceral fat releases chemicals that damage the arteries around the heart and cause heart disease, which also increase stake in cancer.
Fats located near the liver release chemicals that easily enter the liver, affecting the liver's ability to know insulin in the blood, which can trigger type 2 diabetes. "
But the good news is: Once you start dieting or exercising, the first thing that's reduced is visceral fat.
One of the words often mentioned in weight loss is "carbohydrate", from the BBC documentary.
---'The Truth About Carbs" of Carbohydrates takes you through the chemical reactions we eat to our bodies.
When choosing a carbohydrate, one basic principle to remember is that a food, if not sweet, does not mean it will not become sugar when it enters your body. For example, a small serving of rice you buy which contains the same amount of sugar as 20 squares of sugar. But a same amount of strawberries that look sweet, the sugar content is only equivalent to 4 squares of sugar.
The documentary mentioned a diet trick:
Eat less beige white carbohydrate . Delicate rice, noodles, like white bread, are easily converted into glucose to form fat after eating. Whole grains, the grains that contain resistant starch is difficult to break down into glucose.
Reduce the absorption of carbohydrate by refrigeration-heating. For example, put the white bread in the refrigerator refrigerated, then bake and heat. Through this process, starch that is easily digested can be refrigerated into resistant starch.
But eating less carbohydrate doesn't make you not eat, don't eat will become silly.
The Recommendation :
1. Don't skip meals To Maintain three meals a day. if you eat less, the brain will unconsciously instruct you to look for high-calorie food. People can be sensible when they're full.
2. Use smaller plates Large plate for small plates, large bowls for small bowls, which can let people reduce the amount of food for 20%.
3.Count your calories
4. Don't blame your metabolism
5. Protein staves off hunger pangs Eat more protein-high foods, such as eggs, beans, lean meat, can maintain a feeling of fullness for a long time.
6. Soup keeps you feeling fuller for longer
7.The wider the choice the more you eat
8.Low fat dairy helps you excrete more fat
9. Exercise goes on burning fat even while you sleep
10.Keep moving and lose weight