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Norman Ohl Releases First of New Blogs on Health Advice

Norman Ohl has recently launched his new website normanohl.com and now his his first Blog Trying to Lose Fat? Know the Basic Facts.Offering funny but sensational health tips is published.

PRLog - May 4, 2014 - Fats or lipids are energy reserves in our body. While carbohydrates are used as the immediate source of energy, our body cannot store much of these, the little it does, is stored in the form of glycogen. Thus energy is stored in fat cells called adipose tissue for future use. In certain people an excess of fat is stored in the cells which results in excess body mass or in severe cases obesity. This excess body fat can create various health problems in humans.

How Fat Cells are Formed?

When we eat a meal the concentration of the fatty acids increase in blood as a result of our intake of food, the lipase enzyme in fat cells convert them into triglycerides.

The fat cells or adipose tissue store fats as triglycerides. These are balloon like, meaning that they may shrink or expand depending on the amount of triglycerides but do not disappear when people lose weight. The majority of the fat cells are found beneath the skin as subcutaneous fat stored in the areas around the waist, buttock, chest, abdomen, breasts and hips and from a health perspective is not that bad. The fat around organs like kidneys, liver and inside muscles is called visceral fat, is much worse in terms of health consequences.

How Fat Cells Release Energy?

When stored fat is used for energy, the enzymes again break down the contents of the fat cells into glycerol and fatty acid and released into the blood. When the fatty acids reach muscle cells they enter the mitochondria or the powerhouse of the cell where the fatty acids are converted into the energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) or liquid raw energy. Muscle being an active tissue requires a lot of energy for doing various tasks.

What Methods are There to Reduce Fat?

There are many methods to lose excess fat from our body. Certain drugs can be used and there are also surgical procedures to shed excess fat. The natural way to lose fat is to burn it when we move our bodies, this is also called oxidation. Body exercises can reduce fat to a great extent. It is clinically revealed that some fat burner supplements can effectively reduce fat from our body.

How Effective are Fat Burner Supplements?

A large number of fat burner supplements and foods are now available all over the world, but all of them do not work in reality, and rely on clever marketing to gain sales. Some of them only help in weight loss but do not shed body fat. Others may contain compounds like Ephedrine or other stimulant and artificial agents which are not good for the body particularly the heart and liver. Generally all fat burners increase the metabolic hormones to help in fat burning. They may contain appetite suppressing agents and carbohydrate or fat blocking ingredients. Certain fat burners can produce side effects like insomnia or abnormal sleeping, headache, nervousness. Such fat burners are sometimes habit forming if taken for a long time.

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