OMEGA -3S “BURN BODY FAT IN 3 DIFFERENT WAYS”
“First off, they allow the body to burn fat in situations where fat burning is turned off, such as after a high-carb meal or after high-intensity exercise (where the body preferentially burns glycogen).”
“Secondly, high amounts of omega-3s increase insulin sensitivity. If your body is sensitive to insulin, less insulin is produced after a meal, which means less fat is stored. Similarly, if the body is sensitive to insulin, and the hormone is properly managed, more stored fat is released and incinerated each day.”
“Thirdly, omega-3s increase the heat of your cellular “furnaces”, which are otherwise known as the mitochondria and the peroxisomes. Omega-3s make these organelles burn more and more energy, thus turning you into a fat-burning machine.”
As if that weren’t enough to convince you, including more omega 3 in your diet is considered one of the simplest and most effective ways to reduce inflammation. And don’t think I’m just talking about sports injuries. I’m talking headaches, everyday muscular aches, chronic joint pain, arthritis, poor exercise recovery … what’s more, if you’re not consuming foods high in omega 3, or a good quality omega 3 supplement, then not only are you not helping reduce inflammation, you’re actually compounding the problem!
Chronic dieters, cardio queens and junkies and those prone to bad sleep and high stress can get metabolic damage. People with metabolic damage are more prone to things like IBS, which can manifest as alternating loose stool and constipation, stomach pain and bloating. As dysfunction in the gut ensues, optimal assimilation and processing of nutrients is impaired, making it even harder to repair metabolic damage.
Solution: A gut restoration program is at the foundation of any metabolic damage protocol. This entails finding and eliminating foods you are sensitive to, and also making sure you do not have candida, bacterial or parasitic infection; bumping up your beneficial gut flora by taking a probiotic daily, taking a plant digestive enzyme with meals, and considering a glutamine-based product to heal the lining of the gut.
ARE FOOD INTOLERANCES MAKING YOU FAT?
They sure could be. Eating foods that are not ideal for our body create inflammation, which brings water to the belly area, disrupts hormonal signaling, irritates the gut lining making absorption of nutrients difficult and can even down-regulate our fat-burning hormonal machinery.
Solution: Find and eliminate food intolerance if you suspect they may be impairing your fat-loss efforts. This can be done through an elimination/challenge diet, or through a food intolerance test which can be completed here at Biological Effects. Most common food intolerances include gluten, cow dairy, tree nuts, citrus, strawberries, soy and eggs
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