Three Contributing Factors to Belly Fat

| July 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

It will start to happen late 20’s – early 30’s. Yours truly included. You’ll start getting thick around the middle. It was such a gradual change that I took little notice. That was, until I went for a physical. I had developed high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol. I was only 35. That same year, as an emergency room doctor, I had a 37-year-old come in with a “heart attack”. That got my attention.

My first response was the MSU I was taught in medical school. We had been taught these were all diseases requiring a lifetime of drug treatment. So, I started a drug for high blood pressure. This was in spite of the fact that I had done a fellowship in cardiovascular pharmacology, studying how blood pressure was normally maintained. Powerful brainwashing.

Fortunately for me, the drug gave so many side effects, it brought me to my senses. I stopped eating the crap brought in by drug reps, added more fruits and vegetables and addressed the thyroid hormone deficiency that had been undiagnosed by MSU medicine.

The big bellies are much more than cosmetically unappealing. The causes of the big bellies will lead to other problems. Estrone is a hormone produced by belly fat cells. Estrone is the second most powerful estrogen produced by humans. Estrone will cause you to grow breast, more belly fat and enlarge your prostate gland. This enlargement of the prostate will initially cause you to have to get up at night to pee. This will progress to frequent urination during the day. Ultimately, you may require surgery to re-establish the ability to urinate.

The other hormone that contributes to belly fat is insulin. Normally, insulin partners with thyroid hormone to move sugar from the blood stream into cells to be burned for energy. After around age 27, thyroid levels start to decline. This means you have to rely on producing more insulin to control blood sugar. Insulin is the primary hormone causing storage of belly fat. Insulin also causes prostate enlargement.

Finally, the process of inflammation causes the release of hormone-like chemicals called “growth factors”. Growth factors are released in concert with many other inflammatory chemicals called “cytokines” in response to critter overgrowth. Growth factors also make fat cells multiply. The aggregate process stimulates normal cells to transform to cancer cells in order to survive the toxic environment. All three hormonal influences fertilize cancer cell growth. Soooooo, if your levels of estrone, insulin, and growth factors are elevated and you develop cancer, your cancer will grow and spread much faster. Bring down the levels of all three hormonal influences with BALi eating and thyroid replacement if your TSH is above 1.0. This will cause you to easily lose belly fat. If MCV (mean corpuscular volume) is above 85, you may also need hydrochloric acid replacement with Robynzyme or some other supplement with betain HCl.

 

(MSU is a commonly used Robyism that typically stands for “make science up” or “make sh*t up”. “Critter” is commonly used to reference Candida yeast overgrowth and inflammation.)

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Category: Blood Sugar, General Health, Hormone Support, Men's Health, Weight Management

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