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If you want to know how to LOSE THAT STRESS
INDUCED CORTISOL WEIGHT, Then this video is for you. If you’re ready to get on the path to optimal
health then make sure to subscribe and click the bell notification so you don’t miss
any future videos. When your hormones are out of balance, it’s
hard to get in shape. So let me share three simple steps to help
you lose that CORTISOL induced body fat. STEP 1: CUT OUT SUGARY, STARCHY CARBS Your body uses carbohydrates for one thing
– Energy! If you’re not burning off the calories from
sugary starchy carbs then you’re going to store that energy as fat. Your adrenals produce cortisol to release
stored sugar so you can get away from danger, but if you’re not running away from real
danger, that sugar gets converted by your liver into triglycerides – triple sugars
on a fat molecule – perfect for long term storage. And where does it go? Right around your middle. So unless you plan to hibernate for the winter,
quit filling up the pantry – your belly fat- with more sugars and starches. STEP 2: AEROBIC EXERCISE THREE TIMES A WEEK One way to lose that cortisol induced belly
fat is to burn off the extra energy with exercise. Just twenty minutes of aerobic exercise three
times a week will help your body reverse the insulin resistance that causes fat storage
around your middle. Here’s a simple HIT exercise I recommend
for my patients: you can do any aerobic exercise – walking, running, swimming, cycling, rowing
whatever – first warm up for 5-10 minutes, then sprint – go as fast as you can for
twenty seconds- then slow down to your warm up pace for 1-2 minutes. Repeat the twenty second sprint followed by
a 1-2 minute warm up two more times, then cool down for 5-10 minutes. That’s it. Just three 20 second high intensity intervals
three times a week will help you lose that belly fat. STEP 3: SUPPORT YOUR ADRENALS TO LOWER CORTISOL Your adrenals are amazing glands that control
your stress response, your glucose metabolism, your salt- water balance and even your immune
response. Your hypothalamus controls your adrenals through
a negative feedback system called the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis or HPA axis. So if your hypothalamus thinks you’re in
danger, it tells your adrenals to release cortisol to get your body to release stored
sugar to fuel your fight or flight. If the danger isn’t real – not a tiger
chasing you but you’re stressed about money, then that extra sugar gets turned into body
fat. You can calm down your HPA axis by feeding
your adrenals healthy fats, sea salt and supporting your hypothalamus with Genesis Gold. Take the Quiz and discover how to lose that
belly fat naturally So I created my Hormone Quiz to help you discover
what’s out of balance so you can finally start controlling your stress response and
calm down! After taking the quiz you can download my
international best selling book Hormones in Harmony which gives you access to my Hormone
Reboot Training for free! Make sure to take my Hormone Quiz by clicking
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17 thoughts on “Cortisol Weight Gain | 3 Steps to Lose Cortisol Induced Body Fat

  1. Thanks so much for watching my video about how to lose cortisol induced body fat. What sugary starchy carb are you going to give up?

  2. Thanks again, Deborah. Your presentation about how sugary, starchy carbs turn into fat was just what I was looking for. The progression of carbs into cortisol to triglycerides makes a lot of sense. The illustrations were very helpful. Your three tips are exactly on point. I've been working all three and feeling great.

    I look forward to sharing this video with folks I think might benefit from what you're saying. 🙂 I make original music and use it to mitigate my stress and to share harmony with others.

  3. Watching your videos every Tuesday has become part of my routine, and something I really look forward to. Thank you. This video in particular really explained the process of weight gain in a very easy to understand way.

  4. One thing i have recently discovered is just how many carbs the average person eats everyday. I thoroughly enjoyed your video.

  5. Thank you, a useful and timely video. Lots to consider, I'll take some of these tips to heart, and check out your other videos.

  6. Do you recommend eating carbs for energy before working out or after? My dr told me to workout on an empty stomach, but if I eat carbs afterwards, will they burn off from the exercise I did before I ate them? Hope this makes sense.

  7. Thank you. I like studying med in a way that applies to people. I was confused about the impacts of cortisol and this really helped!

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