Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Metabolism Weight Distribution for Butt Enhancement Tips

Phytoestrogens and Metabolism

In this article, we would like to talk a little bit about, estrogen, metabolism, weight distribution in regards to Buttocks Enhancement

Estrogens and Plant food

There is a theory, though not yet proven, that non western women are less likely to report menopausal symptoms. This is thought to be related to their high intake of phytoestrogen substances found in many
plant-based foods. If eaten regularly it seems they may compensate for declining estrogen levels and decrease cholesterol levels. The two main groups are lignans and isoflavones. Try to opt for soy products (beans, milk, tofu, miso), legumes (black beans, Monday beans, alfalfa sprouts), whole grains (rice, wheat, barley, polenta, maize, oats), Fennel, celery and rhubarb. We recommend do not take any herbal preparations without discussing with a herbalist, because some preparations may have side effects in people with certain conditions. Take note that the possible long-term effects of phytoestrogens are not fully known.

When your body weight is too high, in relation to your agent shape you raise your risk of serious health 
problems. Between the start and the end of the 20th century, due to changes in diet and lifestyle, the shape and weight of men and women changed a great deal, but not for the better. By the millennium, more people are class as overweight then of normal weight. More important, 27% of women and 24% of men were classified as clinically obese their weight was at least 30% more than that regarded as desirable for their frame (bones of the skeleton). A varying number of children were also in this category.

Weight distribution on the Body

There are three different body types normal, pear-shaped and apple shaped. A normal body has a normal amount of fat distribution which is natural on a woman’s body. In the case of Pear-shaped women, if throughout her life a woman’s weight come from muscle or bone than fat her outline will be pear-shaped, which is healthy and natural. If the woman aged between 30 and 60 builds of fat around waist and stomach, and she becomes apple shaped, she runs the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and gallbladder problems. This is what most women, and men want to try to avoid.

What causes this unnatural weight distribution? Your natural body weight is influenced by many factors, including your age, sex, shape and genetics. You gain weight when what you eat is not used by the body as energy (calories) and his instead stored in adipose (fatty) tissue. In women, these is usually around the hips, thighs and buttocks, the arms and shoulders. In men, Builds up around the waist and stomach. In the case of apple shaped women, they often experience large amounts of fatty tissue buildup around their waist and stomach as well. Women tend to put weight on between the ages of 35 and 60 due to a overall estrogen level drop, and reduced activity.


Your metabolism, or your metabolism rate is the speed at which your body turns food into energy. Regular aerobic exercise which makes you out of breath, tends to raise your mother public rate even ones that exercise has ceased. This burns fat to produce energy, needs to health your circulation and keeps your muscles in better shape. With regular exercise, your body will tend to burn rather than store extra calories. If you crash diet (eat very few calories) rather than exercising, your body responds by decreasing its metabolic rate. When you return to your normal eating pattern, your body can no longer burn extra calories as efficiently, so access energy is stored as fat and you put on weight.

To sum things up a bit if you want to increase the size of your buttocks hips and thighs area, then a combination of phytoestrogens and increased calories and most important of all, and increased exercise, aerobic routines. These routines should be carried out at least three times a week for a period of 25 minutes per session.

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