Researchers have found that a high amount of visceral fat is associated with insulin resistance, which can potentially lead to glucose intolerance and type 2 diabetes. Visceral secretes retinol-binding protein 4 (RBP4) which has been shown to increase resistance to insulin.
People with excess visceral fat had more risk factors for Type 2 diabetes than those with more total body fat and subcutaneous fat, according to a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Visceral fat in which creates the beer belly is proportionately more toxic than subcutaneous fat in which refers to the jiggly fat all over the body. The two are physiologically different.
Dr. Stephen Archer asserts that “(Visceral fat) produces more inflammation molecules that circulate in the body. Because these inflammatory mediators help produce an inflamed state, they put the body in a state of constant stress. That stress has systemic effects as well as microscopic effects.”
The most effective and fastest way to get rid of visceral fat
Aerobic exercise: Start with brisk walking, jogging or running at least two to three times per week. A balanced diet help shed more visceral fat.
What exercise burns the most belly fat?
Vertical Leg Crunch.
Rolling Plank Exercise.