5 Tiny Tweaks That Will Shift Your Body From ‘Fat-Storing’ to ‘Fat-Burning’ Mode

One of the reasons why people have a difficult time blasting body fat is the fact that most of them are trying to do it without learning the most important parts of the metabolism first. The body is a temple based on solid foundation, so neglecting the foundation often provides opposite effect.

The 5 Major Metabolic Factors That Will Help You Lose Weight

Your Metabolism is Controlled by 5 Equally Important Parts

Your Liver: The liver, the major detoxification organ, is accountable for ¾ of the thyroid hormone production.

Your Adrenals:  The adrenal glands balance metabolism by regulating steroid and stress hormones.

Your Thyroid: It controls the ability to burn fat, body temperature, and metabolism functions.

Your Muscle:  It helps burn fat, regulate blood sugar, and support an increased metabolism.

Your Body: It`s the product of the four metabolism factors above.

1. How Your Liver Affects Your Metabolism

The liver is responsible for more than 600 metabolic functions.  It goes into survival mode when overburdened with processed foods, alcohol, sugar, stress hormones, and toxic matter.

The liver should be in thriving mode, where it filters out toxic matter, improves digestion and blood sugar, helps assimilate nutrients and mineral, and controls more than 70 percent of the thyroid function.

When the liver switches from thriving to survival mode, many problems occur, including the following:

Skin issues, moodiness, depression

Abdominal bloating

Weight gain on the hips and thighs

Inability to lose weight or maintain an elevated metabolic rate

Low energy, unstable blood sugar, sleep disturbances

To ensure a healthy metabolism, try to avoid the top inflammatory foods, processed foods, and stimulants, as much as possible.

2. How Your Adrenal Glands Affect Your Metabolism

The adrenal glands have a critical role in keeping the metabolism running smoothly.  The hormones that adrenal gland secrete can either balance the hormones or have the opposite effect in favor of low metabolism.

Cortisol is a hormone that regulates glucose, fat, and proteins, helping control body`s metabolism.  It is also important in controlling inflammation and regulating blood pressure levels.

Things like stress, blood sugar imbalances, infections, excessive exercise, and food sensitivities are known to be the major causes of dysfunctional adrenal glands.  Therefore, removing or addressing the source of stress is the first step that should be taken when it comes to keeping the adrenal glands healthy.

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