Weight Loss Fat Burning Special Epic video by Markus Rothkranz


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Special to burn fat in weight loss: you will not see many presentations like this one. A powerful solution to lose weight. Exercise, lots of water, minimize stress, eat raw natural foods would summarize it, and it's not difficult. Some basic aspects are required, such as sleeping 8 to 10 hours, avoiding all the sugar, being close to those who love you as much as possible and following the fasting plan of "16/8 hours".
Cortisol is a hormone of death … of stress

Summary. Conclusion…. A simulation of the effects of acute increases in plasma cortisol over time produced a decrease in hippocampal activity of 30% and an atrophy of 20% at the age of 90 years. While a chronic elevation of cortisol levels produced a greater decrease in hippocampal activity; 40% and greater loss in the volume of the hippocampus 25%, which suggests that a chronic elevation of cortisol may be more harmful in this system than an acute elevation …

If you do not sleep enough, you will gain weight.

Summary. The recent obesity epidemic has been accompanied by a parallel growth in chronic sleep deprivation. Physiological studies suggest that lack of sleep can influence weight through effects on appetite, physical activity and / or thermoregulation. This paper reviews the literature on short sleep duration as an independent risk factor for obesity and weight gain.

Those who slept the most retained more muscle.

Summary. Conclusion. These findings support the hypothesis of a link between sleep and muscle mass.

A diet without fats is not good for you … some fats are healthy and necessary

Your body needs some fat from food. It is an important source of energy. It helps you absorb some vitamins and minerals. Fat is needed to build cell membranes, the vital exterior of each cell and the sheaths that surround the nerves. It is essential for blood clotting, muscle movement and inflammation. For long-term health, some fats are better than others. Good fats include monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.

Sugar is toxic to the liver.

While the increase in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) parallels the rise in obesity and diabetes, there has also been a significant increase in dietary fructose consumption in the countries industrialized The increase in the consumption of high fructose corn syrup, mainly in the form of soft drinks, is related to the complications of the insulin resistance syndrome. In addition, the hepatic metabolism of fructose favors de novo lipogenesis and ATP depletion. Our hypothesis is that the increase in fructose consumption contributes to the development of NAFLD.

Take magnesium for stress.

Summary. Mg deficiency increases the susceptibility to physiological damage produced by stress, and Mg administration has a protective effect; Studies on noise stress and noise-induced hearing loss are taken as an example

It is wrong to use the idea that "calories inside calories" is the way to control weight.

Summary. Conclusion. A review of simple thermodynamic principles shows that weight change in isocaloric diets is not expected to be independent of the metabolism of the macronutrient pathway and, in fact, such a general principle would be a violation of the second law … Second law of thermodynamics says that the variation of efficiency for different metabolic pathways is to be expected. So, ironically, the claim that a "calorie is a calorie" violates the second law of thermodynamics, as a matter of principle …

Video credits to Markus Rothkranz YouTube channel





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