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Mind Over Fatter

Losing weight isn’t just a matter of counting calories to battle the bulge, getting your brain and neurotransmitters on board are an absolute must. In focusing on calories in and calories out, the field of nutrition and weight loss supplement suppliers have ignored the most critical variable; neurotransmitter imbalances, behavioral and cognitive changes.

Although it is well accepted that weight gain is the result of an imbalance between calories consumed and calories used, caloric balance is maintained by chemical messengers, known as neurotransmitters and hormones. These are directly involved in helping the body store and break down fat to meet the body’s daily energy needs. When this system fails to function, a person’s appetite is stimulated and food intake increases.

Neurotransmitters are chemicals that relay signals between nerve cells, called neurons. They are present throughout the body and are required for proper brain and body functions. Serious health conditions such as; obesity, anxiety disorders, compulsive disorders, depression, insomnia and migraines occur if certain neurotransmitter levels are either too high or too low.

Every neurotransmitter behaves differently. Some are inhibitory and tend to calm, while others are excitatory and stimulate the brain. Healthcare professionals are well aware that specific neurotransmitter imbalances are more than likely the underlying contributing factor to weight control issues. These levels should  be checked prior to the onset of developing a successful weight loss treatment plan, as the imbalances of  serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine, along with a genetic D2 compound appear to be directly involved with weight control issues.

Environmental and biological factors, including stress, poor diet, lack of physical exercise, neurotoxins or genetics can cause imbalances in the levels of neurotransmitter chemicals in the brain. These imbalances can trigger or exacerbate weight control issues.


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