Adiponectin is not only a small protein produced in fat cells but also a hormone. Being naturally produced by the body, adiponectin plays an essential and fundamental role in the control of type 2 diabetes, weight gain and atherosclerosis.
Adiponectin can be your secret weight-loss weapon. Why? This protein-based hormone boosts your metabolism, enhances the ability of your muscle to use Carbs for energy and increases the rate in which the body breaks down fat. To make fat-burning adiponectin hormone function you must live a healthy lifestyle. Eat properly. Stick to foods high in proteins and amino acids. Exercise and get enough sleep every night.
Do you know that there is a contrary relation between the amount of fat you carry and levels of adiponectin in your body?
Adiponectin is really efficient in preventing weight gain. Working in tandem with leptin, adiponectin helps to regulate your body weight in a good way. The function of these two hormones enhances “communication” to and from your brain, allowing you to know when the right amount of food has been consumed.
It is also known that losing excess weight helps stimulate the production of adiponectin significantly. Although this fat-loss friend is produced by fat, it can efficiently help you to burn it up! But if you gain weight, your body starts to produce less of this natural fat burner.
Higher levels of this natural fat-loss hormone are associated with:
Is it possible to make your fat cells working for you, not against you?
Possible! Even though adiponectin is made by your fat cells, it actually helps you lose fat by perfecting how your body processes insulin and glucose from the food products you eat. There are foods that can keep your adiponectin levels up to keep your weight down.
Top 5 foods that increase your adiponectin:
Source out your Adiponectin today and melt those inches away!
Dr. Aarthi Maria
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