Ideal white blood cell count
Seattle Weight Loss Hypnosis with Roger Moore can help you achieve an ideal white blood cell count. Dr. Michael Greger tells us that there is a relationship between “fitness and fatness” and white blood cell count. 51.5% of obese people with low fitness have an unhealthy white blood cell count.
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Weight loss hypnosis can help you to make healthy lifestyle choices so that exercise and clean food become a central part of your life.
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“’Fitness and fatness’ appear to both play a role. More than half—51.5%—of obese persons with low fitness have white counts above 6.6. But those who are more fit, or who have less fat, are less likely to be up that high. Of course, that could just be because exercisers and leaner individuals are eating healthier, eating less inflammatory diets.
How do we know excess body fat itself increases inflammation, increases the white count? You’d have to find some way to get people to lose weight without changing their diet or exercise. How’s that possible? Liposuction! If you suck about a quart of fat out of people, you can significantly drop their white count by about a point. So, maybe this should get us to rethink the so-called normal reference range for white blood cell count. Maybe we should revise it downward, like we’ve done for cholesterol and triglycerides.” ~ Michael Greger, M.D.
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