The most dangerous fatty deposits are found in the stomach. But these are not the ones you can simply grasp under your fingertips. They are deep in the abdomen, under the muscles, wrap around the internal organs and therefore pose a great health risk. It is even possible that you do not have a large layer of subcutaneous fat, and yet deep fat deposits may endanger your health.
Reduce the most dangerous fatty deposits in the body!
These fats are called visceral and their presence increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Most often they are due to a diet rich in saturated fat.
But it should be known that not all fats are harmful. In smaller quantities, unsaturated fats actually help to break down fat, and such healthy fats can be found in olive oil, nuts, as well as in fatty fish such as tuna and mackerel.
Feel free to replace carbohydrates with more of these fats and increase protein intake as recommended in the keto diet. This will reduce appetite, and you will achieve the best results if you apply this diet for at least 6 months and of course, in combination with physical activity.