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   Did you know that the human body contains two types of fat tissue?
 Most people are unaware of this.
Brown fat, which is found mostly in newborn babies, helps with heat insulation. There is also white fat. White fat is important for your metabolism and heat insulation. Fat cells are what make up fat tissue. Think of a fat cell as a small (very small) container that holds 1 drop of fat.
  How does fat enter your body? When you eat fatty foods it goes through your stomach and your intestines. It is the job of your intestine to break down the fat into smaller parts. Of course this is a complex process that occurs. We could write a whole other article on this topic alone.
So let's take a moment to talk about how your body actually breaks down fat. When your body sits idle it still needs fuel to run. Your body will go to your internal energy stores (not literally) of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Your body's #1 source of energy is glucose (sugar).
  So how do you gain or lose weight you ask? Your actual weight is determined by the rate you store that energy after you eat and the rate at which you burn this energy. So in general what you need to do to lose weight is as follows:
  a. Eat a balanced diet, which balances the three ingredients I mentioned above (glucose, fat, and protein)
  b. Do not over eat. Keep your calories around 2000 per day
  c. Regular exercise, 3 to 4 times a week for 30 minutes.
  In conclusion, you have learned that there are two types of fats. Also, if you burn less stored energy then you use, then you start to gain weight. You can prevent this weight gain by maintaining a healthy 2000 calorie diet per day mixed in with 3 days of exercise.
Remember that each individual's body is different. Try to customize a plan that works for you. I personally use an exercise bike while reading a book. I also play racquetball to mix up my workouts and to make the workout fun.
Any of various connective tissue cells found in adipose tissue, specialized for the storage of fat, and distended with one or more fat globules, the cytoplasm usually being compressed into a thin envelope, with the nucleus at one point in the periphery.


  When you go on a low calorie diet, your fat cells shrink. Thatís how you lose weight. Prostaglandins, specifically PGF2, facilitate the process; however, when you start to eat again, the fat cells swell up, and you easily regain all the weight, sometimes even more. To shed fat, you must start the whole process over again.
 
Researchers noted that the more fat cells a person has, the sooner a low-calorie diet will stop working. And, of course, it also means that he or she will lose less fat during that shorter time course. What's more, hypercellularity, or too many cells, is associated with faster weight regain once the diet is over. Clearly, the more fat cells you have, the less chance you have bodybuilder to stay below of ever getting bodybuilder lean. So youíre the only way out is to get rid of fat cells.