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So, can you actually damage your metabolism by dieting? To some degree, the answer is yes, because you may be keeping it down regulated and slowed. Although research has yet to yield the. Not exactly.
But gaining and losing fat can change the way your brain regulates your body weight. To understand this answer let’s explore how human metabolism actually works. Then we’ll talk about whether the metabolism can actually be damaged.
“The metabolism does not physically become damaged. Your body’s physiological changes, of which there are dozens, can affect the way your body and your brain interpret all these. As Pritikin’s fitness manager and certified exercise physiologist Lizbeth Simancas explained, crash dieting will slow down your metabolism and hurt your resting metabolic rate. This is because during a.
Quite often after long periods of excessive caloric restriction and over exercising, your metabolism can be negatively affected. You start out thinking that dieting is all about calories in and calories out. Slowly. It’s also important to know that losing weight won’t damage your metabolism. Gaining and losing fat can alter the way our brain regulates our body weight.
Think about the adaptations your body. Aside from the harmful affects yo-yo dieting can have on metabolism, research has found an increased risk of elevated triglyceride and cholesterol levels as well as heart attack and stroke in. You can adapt your diet so you’re eating less of the foods that cause these spikes (which is what Dr Spector has focused on), but you can’t change your basal metabolic rate so that regardless. For example if someone is anorexic for 2-3 years of their life where they’re physically starving their body, when they start to recover and begin eating a healthy amount, does their metabolism readjust or is it permanently damaged forever? How long of starvation does it take to damage your metabolism.
Your metabolism speeds up after you eat in an effort to digest food and turn it into energy. Therefore, eating more often can raise your metabolism and speed up your weight loss. However, to avoid packing on the pounds, you want these meals to be smaller in size and calories.
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