I was once told that the only time the human body rids itself of actual fat cells (besides lipsuction).?

I was once told that the only time the human body rids itself of actual fat cells (besides lipsuction).? Topic: I was once told that the only time the human body rids itself of actual fat cells (besides lipsuction).?
January 18, 2020 / By Dud
Question: Is during pregnancy. Is this true? Can anyone give me a sound answer and the basis for it? Please keep in mind, I am not talking about reducing fat or losing weight, but the release of actual fat cells.
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Brock Brock | 5 days ago
No. Once a fat cell splits it stays two cells, even if you lose weight and the cells shrink. Liposuction is the only way to remove them. I take that back. Should a cell become cancerous, the body's natural cancer defense system (apoptosis and NK immune cells) will destroy the cells, no matter what type, so I suppose this would apply to fat cells, too.
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Brock Originally Answered: What are the 12 systems of the human body?
The major systems of the human body are: Cardiovascular system: the blood circulation with heart, arteries and veins Digestive system: processing food with mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestines. Endocrine system: communicating within the body using hormones Excretory system: eliminating wastes from the body Immune system: defending against disease-causing agents Integumentary system: skin, hair and nails Lymphatic system Muscular system: moving the body with muscles Nervous system: collecting, transferring and processing information with brain and nerves Reproductive system: the sex organs Respiratory system: the organs used for breathing, the lungs Skeletal system: structural support and protection through bones

Aiden Aiden
Nope, that's not true. The amount of fat cells you have in your body is determined during infancy and toddlerhood, and is dependent on how much fat you eat. You will never naturally lose fat cells. During pregnancy the fat cells will store more fat than usual, but the amount of cells remains the same.
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Susie Susie
Yes. Fat cells just swell up when we get fat. They do not multiply. When we lose weight, we don't lose fat cells. They shrink. The only reason you'd lose fat cells during pregnancy is if you got a c-section. Then, you might lose a few because you got cut but still, probably not.
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Randy Randy
When you fast or do not eat for a while or eat food with very low fat. You have to create a situation so that body system will look for the other options inside the system.
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Randy Originally Answered: Energy in human body, how its stored?
During digestion, the macromolecules present in your food - such as carbohydrates or protein - are broken down into smaller units. Starch for example is eventually broken down into the monosaccharide glucose (i). Glucose can either be oxidized during cellular respiration to yield energy, or stored for later use if your blood sugar level is to high. Glucose is not stored as glucagon (ii) as Andrew W. indicates, but as the secondary storage polysaccharide, Glycogen. (glucagon is actually a hormone, responsible for regulating your blood sugar level) Glycogen (iii), is stored mainly in liver and muscle cells. Hydrolysis of glycogen in these cells releases glucose when the demand for sugar increases. (Glucogon is released by the pancreas when blood sugar level is low, signaling for the liver to convert glycogen into glucose) This glucose can then undergo cellular respiration to yield usable energy for the body. During cellular respiration, (iv) cells extract the energy stored in glucose molecules through various redox reactions – that mostly take place within the mitochondria, and bind this energy to ATP molecules. (About 30-36 molecules of ATP can be produced per glucose molecule) ATP, is the primary 'instant' energy-transferring and storage molecule in the cell. When ATP is hydrolyzed it releases free energy that the cell can use to do work, and also heats the surroundings due to the release of this thermal energy. Which brings us to the calorie. The calorie, is a unit of thermal energy or the amount of heat it takes to raise the temperature of 1g of water by 1° C, conversely a calorie can also be defines as the amount of heat released by 1g of water, when it cools by 1° C. Thus there is a relationship between 'calories' and grams. (v) One gram of fat is 9 calories, one gram of protein or carbohydrates equate to 4 calories and one gram of Alcohol yields 7 calories. Hope this helps.

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