Kunal Sharma

Brown Fats and what it can do for you

November, 2017
The Master Responds

There was a time when only babies were known to have brown fats in their bodies, but this notion was crushed by a study conducted in the year 2009, which stated that even adults had a small quantity of brown fat. Unlike white fats that store calories, mitochondria-packed brown fats help our bodies burn the calories. Brown fat is reddish brown in colour and this colour can be achieved by practising strength workouts regularly. Intermittent fasting or ketogenic diets both can help in the production of brown fat. Also, cold temperatures activate brown fats, which mean a cold shower will definitely help. Brown fat improves blood sugar metabolism. The mitochondria in brown fat will more likely lead to a spike in your metabolic rate, creating more energy.


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