Sex Drive, Warmth, Fertility and More: Benefits of Body Fat

Written by Angela Atkinson

Despite what Hollywood and the food industry tell us, it turns out that fat might not be all bad.

As a matter of fact, though studies show that too much weight can mess with our health pretty seriously, not all body fat is bad, according to recent research. boobs

Some fat cells may even protect your body against infection, according to researchers from the University of California in San Diego

“Case in point: Adipocytes, fat cells that reside under the skin, appear to protect your body against infection, according to researchers from the University of California, San Diego. They believe that adipocytes trigger the production of immune cells known to kill bacteria and other harmful microbes.”

Other benefits of a healthy percentage of body fat include:

  • Increased Sex Drive
  • Body Warmth
  • Increased Fertility
  • Increased Nutrient Absorption

Read the full explanation at Shape Magazine (the link below).  

See the study click here

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