Guide In Burning Fats Using Your Fat Burning System

There is only one foolproof system for changing your metabolism to a fat burning system and that’s to severely reduce the amount of carbohydrates you eat in a day.This is your best choice if you don’t wish to undergo coolsculpting for quick fat reduction. CoolSculpting is a fat-freezing technology which aims to freeze fat to efficiently remove it from the body.

Our bodies are programmed to use incoming carbohydrates as our primary energy source since all carbohydrates are converted into blood sugar (blood glucose). Blood sugar is then used for the body’s immediate energy needs. If we don’t use up all that incoming sugar right away, our bodies will store it as fat.

Our physiology is programmed so that when we eat carbohydrates, our pancreas immediately produces just enough insulin to control the amount of glucose we have in our blood at any one time. The more carbohydrate we eat, the more insulin needed to control the blood sugar, and the way insulin controls the amount of blood sugar is by shoving it into our fat cells. This is why insulin is called the fat storage hormone.

Most of us eat too many carbohydrates in a day, day in and day out, for years. Some of us become obese, some of us develop high cholesterol and hardening of the arteries, some of us develop severe high blood pressure, and many of us develop Type II diabetes, all because we have been eating too much carbohydrate.

When we are eating too much carbohydrate and producing too much insulin, we continue to control our blood sugar by storing it as fat. It is simply logical to realize that while we are storing fat we are not reaching into our fat stores and burning fat. The only way to do this is to reverse the process by cutting way down on carbohydrates. In other words, go on a Low-Carb diet.

When carbohydrates are not entering the system in any great quantities, the body has to reach into fat stores for the energy it needs to feed the body. Training your body to become an efficient fat burning system is as simple as drastically cutting your carbohydrates.

You may hear some people advocating exercise as the method for training your body to burn fats. Exercise is important as it increases your need for blood glucose for energy. If, however, you are increasing your exercise but not decreasing your carbohydrate intake, your body doesn’t need to reach into fat stores for fuel.

Using exercise as your primary means of fat burning means that you have to use more calories than you eat in a day. This means either cutting calories to be sure that you are using more calories than you eat in a day or it means increasing the number of hours of daily exercise.

It is not uncommon to see men with “beer bellies” who are in very active occupations. They work hard physically all day. Never-the-less they still have what is called abdominal or belly fat. Although they exercise a lot, they are not reaching into their fat stores for energy. They are eating too many calories or they are eating too many carbohydrates. These men deliberately eat a great deal every day to “keep up their strength.” In reality, they are keeping up their fat. For these men to reach into their fat stores while eating a high calorie diet, they will need to cut way down on their carbohydrates. In this way, they will not have the hormone insulin busily shoving blood glucose into their fat cells while they are trying to use up their fat.

A word of warning, however, for anyone who has re-trained their bodies into fat burning machines using the low-carbohydrate approach. Once you start using your fat for energy you will find that you are very susceptible to immediate weight gains if you revert to eating a lot of carbohydrates again. If you have lost your weight on a controlled carbohydrate diet and want to return to eating more carbohydrates, go slowly. Add small amounts of carbohydrates to your diet at a time and build up to your old way of eating. Don’t just leap in and gobble up all the carbohydrates around. This is the reason why so many regain weight after a diet, they lose control.

Remember, going back to your old way of eating after successfully achieving your goal weight, is bound to result in weight gain. After all you got fat on your old way of eating why would you assume you would not get fat all over again.

The low carbohydrate diet is a very powerful fat burning tool but is only successful if it remains your way of eating.

Jesse

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Jesse Waters is head content writer and article at God Men. He found out about his love for writing when he was struggling with cancer. His works are very sensitive and he writes with his heart.

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