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You may often hear that bad trans fats or trans fats can cause someone at risk of experiencing various chronic diseases, such as coronary heart disease, stroke, and so on. Yes, this is true. But it turns out trans fat or trans fat not only makes you risk having a degenerative disease, but it will make your stomach more distended.
Where does trans fat come from?
Before knowing how trans fat affect the health and size of the stomach, you may still not know exactly where the fat comes from.
Basically, there are two types of trans fat, namely natural and artificial types. Trans fat naturally found in some animal foods, such as beef. However trans fat Man-made products are even more dangerous, because almost all packaged food or beverage products are added trans fat so that the product has a longer durability.
Trans fat in food products is the result of hydrogenated unsaturated fats (good fats). This process makes the unsaturated fat turn into trans fat which is worse than saturated fat. Trans fats are usually contained in oil products, margarine, butter, and milk.
The more trans fat you eat, the more bloated your stomach is
Now, try to look at the nutritional value of food products or bottled drinks that you like. If all of these products contain trans fat, then there is no doubt that your growing belly is caused by the consumption of these foods. Even foods that are fried using oil containing trans fat, also makes your stomach more distended. Why?
Believe it or not, trans fat able to make all the fat in other parts of the body move to your stomach. that doesn't mean other body parts are free of fat, what is meant here is bad fat that moves to your stomach and makes your stomach bulge.
Trans fat can transfer fat from other parts of the body to the stomach
So this is how it starts, when you eat foods that contain trans fat, then automatically the amount of bad cholesterol (LDL) increases and good cholesterol (HDL) decreases. Good and bad nicknames on both types of cholesterol actually come from the division of roles and functions in the body. LDL or bad cholesterol is a means of transportation for fat from the liver - a place for storing body fat - to other organs in need.
Under normal conditions, LDL will help the body move fat to body cells or tissues that need excess fat. At that time, fat is needed to coat the tissues of the body's tissues.
However, when LDL levels increase, the amount of fat transferred to body organs also increases. This condition makes the organs filled with fat and the size of the wall of the organ also increases. Because these organs are in your stomach, the size of your stomach gets bigger and bigger.