Why Is It Difficult To Lose Weight With Increasing Age?

عمر بڑھنے پر یہ سب ہی کے ساتھ ہوتا ہے۔ ہم اپنی خوراک پر قابو رکھتے ہیں، متحرک رہنے کی کوشش کرتے ہیں لیکن جب ہم عمر کی ایک خاص سطح پر پہنچ جاتے ہیں تو اپنے وزن پر قابو نہیں پا سکتے اور ہمیں مایوسی ہوتی ہے کہ ہم نے وزن بڑھا لیا ہے۔
This happens to everyone as they get older. We control our diet, try to stay active, but when we reach a certain age, we cannot control our weight and we are disappointed that we have lost weight. In today's world, it is very important to understand how the prevalence of obesity, such as an epidemic, is leading to more complex health problems. Recently new research has helped to find out the reasons for various people gaining several kilograms. Scientists at the Karolinska Institute of Sweden's research think that it has something to do with the conversion of lipids.

What is fat mixing?

This process is the ability of the human body to store fat and adjust the reserves as needed to maintain a proportion of the amount of fat fiber in the body. This mechanism has an effect on our body. Scientists say that as we get older, we begin to gain weight, even as our diet changes and so does our physical exercise.

Scientists at the Karolinska Institute collected 13 years of data on molecular stages and weight changes occurring in the bodies of one hundred men and women. A statistical study of this period showed that regardless of whether these individuals lost or increased weight, all of their bodies showed a decrease in fat intake. Christie Spalding, a senior scientist at the institute, says: "Failure to harmonize their body over these 13 years has resulted in a 20% increase in their weight.

She says, 'Increasing the size of obesity cells affects our health. So as we get older and we continue to eat a diet of youthful age and do not realize that we are no longer combining fat as before, the volume of your fat cells begins to increase. Which has negative effects on our body?

Improve fat dissolution rate

Scientists also examined the proportion of lipids in 41 women who underwent 'bariatric surgery', which reduced their gastrointestinal size through surgery.

They studied how fat dissolution rate affected their ability to control weight four to seven years after surgery. Their results showed that people who had lower fat intake rates before surgery had increased their fat intake rate and were able to maintain their weight. The scientists explained that these women had better ability to improve their fat intake rate than women who showed better rates before surgery. These results are particularly encouraging for patients who initially show a low fat intake rate, as this means they can improve their ability to dissolve fat.

The earlier exercise was linked to fat dissolving rates, but this new research has offered new possibilities for accelerating the fat intake process. We already know enough about the benefits of exercise and we emphasize it, but now scientists have also emphasized the importance of finding new methods and treatment strategies that can really speed up fat intake.

Peter Arner, professor of medicine at the Karolinska Institute and current professor of research, says, "The results of this study show, for the first time, that the factors within our body cause weight gain in our body during aging. Control freely without the influence of other things. He says that 'it may open up new avenues for the treatment of obesity.' Obesity and its complications have reached the epidemic level in the world. It is estimated that 13% of the world's population is affected by obesity, which is a leading cause of heart and system problems.

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