Thursday, February 9, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

Visceral Fat Drives Up Inflammation and What You Can Do About It

Visceral fat is a fat that accumulates in your abdomen. Visceral fat is not the fat that you can pinch on your belly, but the fat that wraps around your organs inside your abdomen, including your liver, kidneys, and pancreas. Excess visceral fat is a serious problem.

It is linked to obesity, chronic inflammation, insulin resistance, increased risk of heart disease, increased risk of cancer, estrogen dominance, mood imbalances, and increased risk of dementia. Since it’s an underlying root cause of many chronic health issues, it is important that you understand everything about it.

In this video, we are going to do a deep dive into fat cell physiology and the immune and endocrine components of fat cells and action steps you can take to burn fat more effectively. Learn more here:


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4 thoughts on “Visceral Fat Drives Up Inflammation and What You Can Do About It
  1. Great info! But I'm always Wondering about Oats.. I know they have lots of carbs but also betaglucane which is said to be great when it comes to lowering blood sugar..and since I am Type 2 could that beneficial?

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