What Causes Visceral Fat? - Deepstash
What Causes Visceral Fat?

What Causes Visceral Fat?

  • Fat gets stored when you consume too many calories and have too little physical activity.
  • Some people tend to store fat around their belly rather than on the hips because of their genes.
  • In women, getting older can change where the body stores fat. Especially after menopause, women’s muscle mass gets less and their fat increases.
  • As women age, they are more likely to develop more visceral fat in the belly, even if they do not put on weight.
  • In men, age and genetics also play a role in developing visceral fat. Drinking alcohol can also lead to more belly fat in men.

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Important to know our body well, including the types of fats stored and whether those are healthy or not. Once we are familiar with those distinctions, we will be in the position to make further choices that may best serve our health goals.

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