Unraveling the Mystery Behind Visceral Fat & Blood Sugar Dysregulation
Have you ever been told that your health issues are caused by visceral fat, also known as “toxic fat”? Many of us have been given this diagnosis; this is just a part of getting older. but few of us understand what it is and how to address it. In order to tackle this problem head-on, we must first look at the root cause: blood sugar dysregulation and chronic inflammation.
What is Blood Sugar Dysregulation?
Blood sugar dysregulation occurs when our bodies can no longer properly process the glucose from carbohydrates. When this happens, our cells become resistant to insulin’s signal to take up glucose from the bloodstream. This leads to high levels of glucose in the bloodstream, which then triggers our pancreas to release more insulin in an attempt to bring down those levels. The result is a cycle of high and low blood sugar levels that can eventually lead to chronic health issues.
So How Do We Manage Blood Sugar Dysregulation?
The good news is that there are several ways we can manage our blood sugar and reverse any existing chronic health issues. First and foremost, we need to be mindful of our diet. Eating nutrient-dense foods like vegetables, healthy fats, lean well-sourced proteins, and complex carbohydrates on occasion, will provide your body with the necessary nutrients it needs for optimal health. Additionally, intermittent fasting has been shown to be incredibly beneficial for people suffering from blood sugar dysregulation as well as those who want to lose weight naturally and safely. It works by allowing your body time for digestion and rest so that it can heal itself naturally without having any negative effects on your metabolism or energy levels. In fact, fasting has so many benefits to healing and regenerating your body’s systems.
Visceral fat has become an increasingly common problem among women aged 40-60 due to its connection with chronic health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. But what many people don’t realize is that this type of fat typically stems from a deeper issue: blood sugar dysregulation. Thankfully though, there are some simple steps we can take to help reverse these issues such as eating nutrient-dense foods and practicing intermittent fasting regularly – both of which will help restore balance within our bodies while helping us maintain healthy levels of visceral fat in the long run! By managing our blood sugar through diet and lifestyle changes, we have a good chance of reversing chronic health issues and living healthier lives overall.