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8 Habits That Prevent Your Body From Turning Fat Into Energy





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Published on Oct 8, 2018

These habits prevent your body from burning fat and turning fat into energy. Burning calories and maintaining your weight is no easy task. For years research has indicated that the amount of calories you consume and burn off is how to manage your weight. Unfortunately that is no longer the case. There are, in fact, different everyday habits that can keep a person’s body from turning fat into energy.

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8 Perfectionism: This is a well-known habit, just like smoking or a daily glass of wine. It's not the same as striving to be the best or to be healthy. In the case of losing weight, most people use this habit as an excuse to not do the right things for their body.

7 Over Exercising: There is such a thing as too much exercise. Certain forms of exercise can trigger excess amounts of cortisol, which breaks down lean muscle tissue. Cortisol also blocks your growth hormone, which is one of your fat-burning hormones.

6 Laziness: Your fat cells only flourish if your body is not constantly mobile. Without any form of exercise, there are very little fat-realising lipolytic enzymes to compete with the fat cells.

5 Low Carb Intake: By trying to cut carbs, you’re not doing your metabolism any favors. It causes it to become slow and sluggish and will almost certainly cause you to gain weight which will be almost impossible to lose without carbs.

4 High PUFA Intake: PUFA stands for Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, which are unsaturated vegetable oils. These oils damage your metabolism more than you’ll ever realize. Oils like peanut, safflower, soybean, sunflower, and canola slow down your thyroid by blocking mitochondrial respiration.

3 Skipping Meals: Many people think that if you skip meals it will help you lose weight, but in reality it’s the exact opposite. By skipping meals you’re actually lowering your metabolic rate and will gain more fat.

2 Overeating: In this case, most people who are overeating are doing so with unhealthy food. When you eat more calories than your body needs, your fat-storing enzymes are activated. Despite making your fat cells happy by overeating, the issue is that not all calories are created equally.

1 Dieting: In simple terms, diets do not work. In most cases people who diet will either be unsuccessful with it, causing stress, frustration and loss of motivation. Or they are successful with it but damage their body in the process.

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