Why do people make it difficult to lose weight

So if something sweet is eaten, the core temperature of the body increases, the digestive organs get going and the metabolism becomes active. However, if the calories are absent after the sweet taste has arrived, then - according to the scientists - all these actions of the body will also cease at some point.

The core temperature no longer rises, digestion no longer functions properly, nutrients are used more poorly and the body ultimately demands more and more food until weight control is simply no longer possible.

Also read: This is how I stop my hunger pangs

8. Glutamate paralyzes the feeling of satiety

Glutamate is a flavor enhancer that is now used as a condiment in almost all ready meals. This is not surprising, because this food additive gives every dish a particularly spicy and intense taste, which significantly increases the appetite.

Many scientists are now in agreement: Glutamate is partly responsible for the rapidly increasing number of overweight people worldwide. The reason for this is obvious, because glutamate incapacitates the feeling of satiety in the brain.

What some readers may not know is that glutamate is used in retirement homes to stimulate the appetite of residents. In the meantime, fewer and fewer restaurant chefs are seasoning without glutamate.

Glutamate is not only supposed to stimulate the appetite, but also suppress a hormone that has an influence on fat burning. An increased appetite and at the same time inhibited fat burning makes losing weight almost impossible.

Glutamate is hidden behind the following terms: E 620 to E 625, flavoring, aroma, yeast extract or nutritional yeast, granular broth. Go through your grocery stores and see how many products have one of these terms (or even several at the same time) on the label.

9. Lipedema

If lipedema is present, the usual diets and exercise are usually unsuccessful. In lipedema, the fat collects particularly on the hips, thighs and buttocks, rarely on the entire leg and even more rarely on the upper arms.

Lipedema is a pathological fat distribution disorder in which painful edema can also develop. Losing weight with normal measures only works where the lipedema is not, i.e. on the stomach, chest or face. A different concept is therefore required in lipedema, which we describe in our lipedema article.

Check out the factors that are hindering weight loss

Not all overweight people just eat way too much or eat the wrong things all the time. As you now know, there are several other possible causes that hardly anyone thinks about.

Unfortunately, there are only a few doctors who are aware of the above-mentioned relationships.

Therefore, you should take the initiative yourself. You can check some factors yourself and change them if necessary.

Ask a doctor you trust for any other possible cause. We hope that we have helped you a little to find the "why" and wish you successful weight loss in the future.

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