Experts strongly opposed to rapid weight loss, the reasons for this are scientifically justified.Stocks of fat lie inside the fat cells. To escape from them fat, it must fall apart into their constituent parts – glycerol and fatty acids, and to perform this breakdown, it is necessary to obtain a signal of its necessity. Nature of the signal may be different, but since it comes to diets, it can be either a reduction in blood concentrations of fatty acids or increasing the concentration of degradation products, which is a source of energy and whose synthesis is needed fatty acids.
They are not soluble in water and transported in the blood protein albumin with. The more fatty acids in the blood is, the more must be albumin and the higher is the tenacity of the blood. This, according to nutritionists is the first disadvantage of rapid weight loss. Part of the fatty acids may be used by working muscles to produce energy. The more active muscle work, the more fatty acids are activated.
“Burning” of fatty acids is accompanied by the release of same products, and wood combustion – carbon dioxide and water. The mass of water is formed approximately 7.5 times greater than the mass of the “burn” fat. I.e. if you “burn” fat 200 g for a period of 1 week, everything is fine, but if this happened for 1 day, the volume of circulating blood was increased by 1.5 liters. And this leads to loading of the heart and kidneys, therefore, there is the second nedostatak.
If the muscles do not work, fat cells have once – to the liver. The more fat cells in the blood is, the greater is the probability of superimposition of cholesterol in the vessels. This means that snowball breakdown of fats, some of them not lost, and accumulate, ie rapid rates of weight loss leading to heart attack and stroke. This is the third disadvantage of rapid weight loss.
The ability of the liver to form a transport form of fat is certainly not infinite. All redundant molecules accumulate in the body. This is called regeneration of fatty liver or fatty cirrhosis.