Body composition is defined as the relative proportions of protein, fat, water, and mineral components in the body. There are a variety of ways we can change our body composition. It could be a positive or negative change.
In the first place, to increase or decrease one's body fat you'll need to create a balance between calories. The ones you eat, as well as the ones you burn. The best way to do this would be to decrease daily calories by approximately five hundred calories. Also by increase daily exercise, doing anaerobic exercise along with strength training.
Moreover, you can develop a poor body composition when the percentage of body fat is too high. The most common cause of a high percentage of body fat is excess fat. Although it can also result as a loss of a bone, or a loss of a muscle. Studies have shown that people who skimp on weight training and do excess amounts of cardio often have higher body fat percentages despite a low body weight.
Additionally, a positive change in body composition is the gradual reduction of body fat stores while maintaining as much lean body weight to keep metabolism high, it requires by increasing lean muscle weight before attempting to lose body fat weight through anaerobic exercise. Then fat stores slowly decrease due to an increase in metabolism that a higher proportions of lean weight brings. This way fat is lost indirectly.
Furthermore, elevated levels of a stress hormone could also have a negative effect on body composition by increasing the breakdown of muscle mass and increasing the desposition of fat around the abdomen. Relora is an herbal compound found to be effective in keeping stress levels balanced and reducing abdominal fat. Phosphatidylserine may also help reduce stress and body tissues such as the brain and muscles from negative effects of stress.
Likewise, a negative body fat composition change occurs when we lose the same or a larger percentage of lean fat to weight. This often happens when...