The Level Of Brown Fat In Your Body – Part 3 of 3
One the other hand, other research has shown that “outdoor workers in northern Finland who are exposed to cold temperatures have a significant amount of brown fat when compared to same-aged indoor workers”. Study co-lead novelist Jon Dempersmier, a PhD student in nutritional science and toxicology at Berkeley, explained, “Brown fat is active, using up calories to pay attention to the body warm. It’ll burn fat, it’ll burn glucose. So the idea is that if we can harness this, we can try to use this in therapy for weight loss and for diabetes,” he said in the news release. The haunt was published Jan 8, 2015 in Molecular Cell virilityex.herbalhat.com.