The Belly Fat Glands–The Adrenal Glands

Adrenal Problems Can Cause Belly Fat

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The adrenal glands produce a belly fat burning hormone called 7-Keto DHEA and a belly fat storing hormone called cortisol.

There is a specific type of malfunction that can occur in the adrenal glands that can cause them to under-produce the fat belly fat burning hormone 7 Keto DHEA and over produce the belly fat storing hormone cortisol.

This hormonal imbalance between cortisol and 7 Keto DHEA will cause a person to start gaining weight by producing excess Belly Fat.

This excess belly fat can be linked to a number of diseases depending the actual inches of fat gained.  Some of those diseases are heart disease, heart attack, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

One of the main reasons this adrenal hormonal imbalance develops is due to excess inflammation in the body.

The adrenal glands produce cortisol to stop inflammation.  The more inflammation the body has the higher the cortisol gets.

Unfortunately, the higher the cortisol gets the lower the belly fat burning hormone 7 Keto DHEA gets.

Top 15 Sources of Inflammation that Damage the Adrenals and Elevate Cortisol:

  1. Parasites
  2. Yeast
  3. Fungi
  4. Imbalances in intestinal bacteria
  5. SIBO-Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
  6. Heavy Metals-lead, mercury, arsenic etc.
  7. Environmental toxins–parabens, phthalates, bromine etc.
  8. Food sensitives
  9. Excessive sugar or carbohydrates
  10. Excessive protein
  11. Reduction in the production of intestinal enzymes
  12. Reduction in the production of stomach acid
  13. Injuries
  14. Infections
  15. Genetic Abnormalities in Cellular Enzyme Production

Adrenal Problems Can Cause Belly Fat

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Tips That May Help Reduce Cortisol & Belly Fat

Tip 1: Determine if the adrenal glands are malfunctioning or overly stressed.  This can be done by doing one ore more of  following:  The Online Adrenal Damage Test, Consultation w/ Naturopath or Qualified Health Coach, Adrenal Stress Examination by Doctor or Laboratory Testing.

Tip 2: If the adrenal glands are stressed, then determine the cause of the adrenal stress, which is usually some type of inflammation.  It will typically be one of the 15 items on the above list.

Tip 3 Once the cause of adrenal stress has been identified then get on a customized program of nutritional supplements and dietary changes that support the repair of the adrenals and the loss of belly fat and excess weight.

Tip 4: Monitor yourself to ensure the weight is coming off and your overall health is improving.

Tip 5: Once your ideal health and weight are obtained then identify the correct lifestyle and eating program to help maintain adrenal function and a healthy body weight.

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Adrenal Problems Can Cause Belly Fat

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