If your waist is wide, there’s something that you need to know. People with larger waists have lower amounts of something called adiponectin in their bodies. What is adiponectin?
According to Miriam Webster medical is: "a protein produced and secreted by fat cells that is normally abundant in the blood and plasma but has reduced expression in those with obesity and insulin resistance."
This information is very important because health is actually a spectrum, before you have diabetes, you have things going on in your body that increase your risk of getting diabetes:
People don’t just one day pop up with type II diabetes, they develop “low grade” diabetes or semi diabetes (prediabetes) first. Waist size and your health are strongly related. People who have smaller waists have more adiponectin, they’re reaping some real benefits that adiponectin provides.
Here are the benefits:
So you’re probably wondering how can I increase my levels of adiponectin? Well there are ways to do it. If you take in omega 3 every day, you can increase your adiponectin by 14-60%. If you follow a low calorie diet plus exercise, you can increase your adiponectin by 18-48%. And just by supplementing with fiber, you can increase your adiponectin even more by 60-115% which means you can get just about twice as much adiponectin as you currently have just by taking fiber.
So to wrap it up, if you have a larger waist, it’s likely that you need more adiponectin in your life, and the way to get it is to take omega 3, exercise, follow a healthy diet, and eat more fiber. With all these tips you’ll see your waist shrink back to a healthy size, and you’ll feel the health results because you’re improving your blood vessel health, you’re improving the way your body processes sugar and fat, and you’re preventing yourself from having some very debilitating diseases.
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https://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/adiponectin https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21967160 http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/diacare/26/8/2442.full.pdf https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0271531711000261 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1047279703003545?via%3Dihub
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