How does stress make you fat?


WEIGHT GAIN 10. As we know, a hormonal imbalance of insulin is the main cause of weight gain. In turn, this leads to insulin resistance and, ultimately, to obesity and type 2 diabetes. But there is another hormone that, if not balanced, can also stimulate weight gain and resistance to obesity. insulin. That hormone is Cortisol. In this video, I explain how being stressed can lead to weight gain or difficulty losing weight.

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Hyperinsulinemia is not a cause of cortisol-induced hypertension:

An in vivo and in vitro study of the mechanism of insulin resistance induced by prednisone in healthy subjects:

Resistance to insulin induced by cortisol in man: altered suppression of glucose production and stimulation of glucose utilization due to the detection of insulin action by the posterior receptor:

New mechanisms of insulin resistance induced by glucocorticoids: do not be discouraged:

Effects of prednisone abstinence in the new metabolic triad in kidney transplant patients treated with ciclosporin:

Patients with subclinical Cushing's syndrome due to an adrenal adenoma have an increased cardiovascular risk:

Effects of cortisol on body mass, blood pressure and cholesterol in the general population:

The association between short sleep duration and obesity in young adults: a 13-year prospective study:

Association of short sleep duration with weight gain and obesity at one year of follow-up: a large-scale prospective study:

The association between sleep duration and weight gain in adults: a 6-year prospective study of the Quebec family study:

Meta-analysis of short sleep duration and obesity in children and adults:

Temporal profile of the transcriptional base for the development of insulin resistance induced by corticosteroids in rat muscle:

THE SHORT DURATION OF THE DREAM IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEFICIENT ATTACK GLUCOSE:

Sleep loss: a new risk factor for insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes:

The short duration of sleep is associated with reduced leptin, high ghrelin and increased body mass index:

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PLEASE NOTE: I'm not a doctor. These videos are purely informative. If you plan to fast or start an LCHF diet, especially if you are diabetic, consult a doctor.

Video credits to Be A Loser YouTube channel





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