In addition to white fatty tissue, our bodies have a type of fat that is a darker, of a brownish tone, that can be stimulated to burn more energy.
The majority of body fat is white – it stores energy and usually settles in the stomach, hips, and thighs. However, there is also a brown or beige fatty tissue – which gets its name from its color – that does something more than just accumulate. It produces 20% of our body heat and helps burn more energy.
According to a scientific study published in the Cell Metabolism magazine, the origin of this type of tissue is not known. However, in addition to secreting more than 100 proteins that are not secreted by the white tissue, it has a higher capacity to regulate our cellular immune system. Uniting all its functions, the body accelerates its weight loss metabolically.
Some simple things that can be done to activate the transformation of white tissue to brown tissue are: having a healthy diet, doing exercise, eating apples and pears with the skin to stimulate the ursolic acid, and drinking only one cup of coffee per day. As indicated in a study by the University of Nottingham, coffee actives brown fat in the neck and also helps regulate weight and blood sugar.
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