Most people don’t have their fat distributed evenly throughout their bodies.
Each of us inherits a genetically determined and hormonally-influenced pattern of fat storage just as we inherit our eye or hair color. In other words, the fat seems to “stick” to certain areas more than others.
There’s a scientific reason for this. Your fat cells are not just inert “storage tanks” for excess fuel. They are actually endocrine glands that send and receive signals from the rest of the body. This occurs through a hormone and receptor system.
For body fat loss to occur, you must first get the fat cell to release the fat into the bloodstream. Then, the free fatty acids must be delivered to the working muscles where they can be burned for energy.
However, it is impossible for the cells to release the stored energy (fat) into the bloodstream if a high level of insulin and glucose are present, because the cells want to release the stored energy (fat) and the insulin tries to store the glucose in the blood as energy for later use. It is a bit like two people on opposite sides of an open door, one wants to exit while the other wants to enter and neither will give way.
One of the best and healthiest ways to lose belly fat is to follow the Manna Diet in the free e-book and exercise to get the insulin and glucose levels in the blood as low as possible for the cells to release the stored energy (fat).
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It just so happens that in men, the lower abdominal region has a higher concentration of fat cells, so this gives us one possible explanation of why the lower abdominal region is often the first place the fat clings when men gain it, and the last place it comes off when they’re losing it. (Incidentally, the fat cells in women’s hips and thighs are also denser).
This situation is dictated by genetics and by the hormonal and enzymatic pathways.
Think of abdominal fat (or thigh fat for women) like the deep end of the swimming pool. No matter how hard you try, there is no way you can drain the deep end before the shallow end. However, don’t let this discourage you. Lower abdominal fat WILL come off; it will simply be the last place.
First place on – Last place off