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Our body’s adipose tissue may be one of the most underappreciated tissues in the body, and their critical role in human health is often overlooked. Most of the human body is white fat cells. They are the body’s primary energy store and also have important endocrine functions: including regulation of energy balance, how much food is eaten and satiety, inflammatory responses, and metabolism of steroid hormones. At the same time, white adipose tissue also helps cushion and protect the body’s vital organs, as well as shield the body from extreme temperatures. These are important biological functions of healthy adipose tissue.
However, when we have unhealthy adipose tissue formation and increase in our body, it can lead to the occurrence and development of obesity comorbidities, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, dyslipidemia and cardiovascular disease, etc. These are the main causes of human death and morbidity in modern society.
This video will explain what is healthy and unhealthy fat tissue? How do they differ in form and function? How harmful is unhealthy adipose tissue to the body, and how to get rid of unhealthy adipose tissue?