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Gammel 30-01-12, 01:04   #2
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too much copper can increase the conversion of glucose into triglycerides (fats), leading to weight gain. http://www.diabetesexplained.com/zinc.html

a lack of zinc decreases the bloods levels of leptin, a hormone produced in the fat cells that has been found to regulate blood sugar by letting the brain know what available energy we have and whether we need to store more. Thus it plays a role in appetite control and the storage of fat and also appears to tell the liver what to do with it’s stored glucose.
So a decrease in zinc leading to leptin lack will cause the body to build more ‘fat body mass’ as opposed to lean body mass.
as seen above, a lack of zinc affects the insulin receptors on the cells which means the blood glucose levels go up, which means the beta cells produce more insulin, which means there is more unused insulin in the blood. As insulin promotes fat storage having high levels will also cause you to gain weight.

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