Fat cell theory – thin now, obesity later

It is a known fact that the number of fat cells in our body determines our physical size. Our fat cells, also called fat cells, are where energy is stored. There are two ways in which the body increases fat cells: by increasing the size of fat cells or simply increasing the number of fat cells. It is expected by many researchers that the body increases the number of fat cells in infancy to early adulthood. After this time your body stores more fat cells instead of creating new ones. Fat cells can expand even three times their normal size. At any time our body can create new fat cells in response to the fact that our body needs more energy. Once a fat cell is formed it exists for life. Fat cells cannot be destroyed.

Therefore, fat cell theory suggests that our size depends on whether the actual size of the fat cell or increased. Of course a reduction in the size of the fat cell will lead to weight loss and an increase in size will lead to weight gain. This theory will also explain why many of us who grow a large number of fat cells during childhood are at risk for obesity as adults. It is always possible to reduce the number of fats stored in the fat cell but it is not possible to reduce the number of fat cells. These fat cells are waiting to be refilled.

There is only one solution to this theory if it is inherently accurate. We need to reduce the number of fat cells ingested in our children during regular exercise. Also, as adults it is important to stay healthy in the diet, and keep track of our calorie intake and exercise. An increasing number of fat cells will put you at risk for a number of major adverse health conditions. Choose a healthy diet and stick with it. Start living for the future and today!

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