Why do we store fat in these areas?
In BioSignature (the study of hormones and their correlation to fat storage) the love handle and back fat skinfolds (technical terms suprailiac & subscapular) increase in fat due to insulin resistance or in simple terms, the body's inability to metabolise carbohydrate.
When the body produces too much insulin it stores fat in these two areas and once we start to become insulin resistant not only are we going to struggle to lose body fat, we will be putting ourselves at a greater risk of type II diabetes & other insulin resistance conditions such as PCOS.
How do we reverse insulin resistance?
The opposite of insulin resistance is insulin sensitivity (which is a good thing!) & to do this we need to cut the high insulin response carbohydrates and increase the fats that will in turn increase the amount of insulin receptors we have in the body. When we do this what happens...we lose the back fat, love handles and when we do have carbohydrates we will metabolise them like we should rather than the carbs store as fat.
What is the best fat to take to speed up insulin sensitivity?
Supplementing with Krill Oil is an effective way, in conjunction with a low insulin response meal plan, to reverse the effects or poor carbohydrate metabolism or insulin resistance. We want to beat the love handles & back fat fast so a higher dose is recommended in the "shredding"phase of your program.
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