Fat Cleanse

Fat Cleanse is based on the HCG diet as researched by the Italian scientists. The HCG diet protocol method is not simple. But, simple treatments do not bring permanent results. When the abnormal cellulite fat leaves the body, you will feel unprecedented freshness, vigour and vitality. After the 26-day treatment, patients feel 10 years younger. I am not listing cures, but almost every medical problem improves after the Fat Cleanse.

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Fat is one of the three main macronutrients among carbohydrates and proteins. It is an important nutrient and serves both structural and metabolic functions. Fat is an energy source for the body and a store of energy that the body does not need immediately. Each gram of fat, when burned or metabolised, releases nearly nine calories. Accumulation of these fat reserves leads to obesity. Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart diseases, type-2 diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, certain types of cancer, high blood pressure, mood disorders and osteoarthritis.

Pills, liposuction, bariatric surgery, fad diets and exercise techniques ‘guaranteed to melt away fat to reveal a slender and healthier you’ are a dime a dozen. When an obese patient tries to reduce fat by starvation, he will first lose his reserve fat deposits. When these are exhausted, he begins to burn structural fat and only as a last resort, the body yields its abnormal reserves. By then, patients feel famished and tired, their face becomes drawn and haggard, but their bellies, hips, thighs, shoulders and upper arms show little improvement. The problem is that majority of these so called cures are impractical and nearly impossible to sustain, and require too much time, money and effort.

Fat

Introduction

Fat is one of the three main macronutrients among carbohydrates and proteins. It is an important nutrient and serves both structural and metabolic functions. Fat is an energy source for the body and a store of energy that the body does not need immediately. Each gram of fat, when burned or metabolised, releases nearly nine calories. Accumulation of these fat reserves leads to obesity.

Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart diseases, type-2 diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, certain types of cancer, high blood pressure, mood disorders and osteoarthritis.

Types of fat

In the human body, there are three kinds of fat:

  • Structural fat

    It is fat that fills the gaps between organs and performs important functions, such as cushioning the kidneys with soft elastic tissues, protecting the coronary arteries and keeping the skin smooth and taut. It also provides a springy cushion of hard fat under the bones of the feet, specially heels, without which we will not be able to walk.

  • Reserve fat

    It is a reserve of fuel that the body can freely draw, when the nutrition from the intestinal tract is insufficient to meet the demand. Such reserves are localised all over the body. Fat packs the highest caloric value (9 calories/gms) into the smallest space possible, so that these reserves of fuel for muscular activity and maintenance of body temperature can be most economically stored. Both these types of fat, structural and reserve, are normal, and even if the body stocks them to its full capacity, it is not obesity.

  • Abnormal fat

    When the fat deposits grow rapidly and withdrawals become smaller, the body establishes a fixed deposit where all surplus calories go, but withdrawal from this deposit is extremely difficult by normal means. This is called abnormal fat that leads to the onset of obesity.

Causes of Obesity

Obesity is most commonly caused by a combination of excessive food intake, lack of physical activity and genetic susceptibility, although a few cases are caused primarily due to endocrine disorders, medications or psychiatric problems.

  • Diencephalic disorders

    Sometimes, the fat processing mechanism is disrupted due to diencephalic disorder. When one of the many diencephalic centres, e.g., thyroid, pancreas and the nervous system are overtaxed, these centres try to increase their capacity at the expense of other centers.

  • Psychological aspects

    The diencephalon is the seat of our primitive animal instincts and in an emergency, it is able to transfer pressure from one instinct to another. A lonely and unhappy person is deprived of all emotional comfort and instinct pressure. No amount of psychotherapy or analysis, happiness, company or the gratification of other instincts will correct the condition.

  • Compulsive eating

    Some obese patients suffer from this, particularly women in their late teens or early twenties. Such people feel a compulsive desire to eat and gobble almost anything edible at lightning speed and ferocity.

  • Reluctance to lose weight

    Some obese people are reluctant to lose fat. If they are intelligent, popular and successful, in spite of their weight, it is a source of pride. A few fat women consider their condition a safeguard against romantic involvements.

Signs and symptoms

Some basic symptoms of obesity can be observed without the help of BMI (Body Mass Index) charts:

  • When the skin is stretched due to the rapidly accumulating fat under it, it may split in the lower layers of the stomach and transform into scar tissue. Such striation commonly occurs on the abdomen of pregnant women, but in case of obesity, it is frequently found on breasts, hips and occasionally, on shoulders.
  • In females, there may be a fold of skin over the pubic area and another may stretch around both sides of the chest, where a loose roll of fat can be grabbed between two fingers.
  • While in males, the accumulation of abnormal fat in the chest area is always an indication, in females, this abnormal fat mixes with the normal breast fat.
  • Abnormal fat hangs limp, and obese women have to constantly adjust their brassieres to properly fit their breasts. This is drastically reduced after a Fat Cleanse.
  • Frequent headaches, rheumatic pains without detectable bone abnormality, laziness and lethargy (often both physical and mental) are also the symptoms. Abnormal fat is often associated with insomnia as well.
  • Patients frequently feel the need to rest, feel famished and weak, hungry within just two to three hours of a heavy meal and have an irresistible yearning for sweets and starchy food. Sometimes, it may even be substituted by smoking and drinking.
  • Constipation and a spastic or irritable colon.
  • Menstrual cycles are often abnormal, such as delayed or early cycles, excessive or less bleeding during the cycles, clots and pre-menstrual symptoms.