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Your own fat could actually weaken your immune system. Here’s what you need to know.
0:00 Obesity weakens the immune system
0:15 The two main types of fat
0:39 Superficial fat and the immune system
0:53 Visceral fat and the immune system
2:05 The full situation
2:37 Inflammation and insulin resistance
4:38 What you could do
Today we’re going to talk about the relationship between your fat and your immune system. What you really need to know is that obesity can weaken the immune system.
There are two main types of fat:
1. Superficial fat
This is the fat around the body, which is right below your skin. With superficial fat, you’re going to have more accumulation of B cells, which make antibodies. You’re also going to have more T cells, which are also immune cells.
2. Visceral fat
This is the fat in your midsection that’s spilling off from a fatty liver. In this case, the fat goes around and sometimes even inside of the organs. With visceral fat, you have more natural killer cells and killer T cells.
This means you could have a lot of cytokines, which can cause a lot of inflammation. T-regulatory cells are supposed to suppress the cause of this inflammation, but you can be deficient in these cells when you have too much visceral fat.
The other problem with having too much visceral fat is that the antibodies that you create against viruses and bacteria tend to lose their memory a lot faster. So, you have less fighting force when you have visceral fat.
This situation can cause inflammation, which can weaken the immune system. Inflammation can also lead to insulin resistance.
* This can apply to the COVID-19 situation in that one of the big predisposing factors is being overweight. Not to mention the other problems that come with being overweight.
If someone is prediabetic, inflammation could be just the thing to push them into diabetes. The real difference between prediabetes and diabetes is that insulin resistance suddenly fails to compensate for insulin, and then the shift takes place.
What you could do:
• Get on the healthy keto diet
• Do intermittent fasting
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand how your own fat could weaken your immune system.
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