Neuropeptide Y

#Hormones101 In the last episode, we spoke about Estrogen. Here we introduce : #6 Neuropeptide Y (NPY) Neuropeptide Y is a hormone produced by cells in the brain and nervous system. It stimulates appetite, particularly for carbohydrates, and is highest during periods of fasting or food deprivation. Levels of neuropeptide Y are elevated during times […]


#Hormones101 In the previous episode, 犀利士 we discussed about Cortisol. Now, we introduce you to Estrogen. #5 Estrogen Estrogen in the most important female sex hormone. Both very high and low levels of estrogen can lead to weight gain. This depends on age, action of other hormones and overall state of health. Obese women tend […]


#Hormones101 In the previous episode, we discussed about Ghrelin. Here we introduce you to Cortisol, the stress hormone. #4 Cortisol Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands. It’s known as a “stress hormone” because it’s released when the body senses stress. Like other hormones, it’s vital to survival. However, chroniwhatsappy elevated levels of […]


#Hormones101   We had discussed Leptin in last episode. We will talk about ghrelin in this episode.   #3 Ghrelin   Ghrelin is known as a “hunger hormone.” When the stomach is empty, it releases ghrelin, which sends a message to the hypothalamus telling one to eat. Normally, ghrelin levels are highest before eating and […]


#Hormones101 In the previous episode, we discussed about insulin. Here were introduce you to leptin. #2 Leptin Leptin is produced by fat cells and is considered to be a satiety hormone, which reduces appetite and makes one feel full. Leptin tells the brain that there is enough fat stored and no more fat is needed, […]


#Hormones101 #1 – Insulin Insulin is a hormone produced by the beta cells of pancreas. Insulin allows cells to take in blood sugar for energy or storage, depending on what is needed at the time. Insulin is also the main fat storage hormone in the body. It tells fat cells to store fat, and prevents […]

Know Your Hormones

#Hormones101 In this series, Navitae presents to you, a study of hormones and their roles in weight gain and weight loss. Hormone is a chemical that is made by specialist cells, usually within an endocrine gland. The body weight is largely influenced by hormones. Research shows that hormones influence the body weight and how much […]

Spot Gain

So SPOT REDUCTION does not work. But how about SPOT GAIN? Yes! SPOT Gain works!! Before we get deeper into this, the paradigm needs to be set. SPOT REDUCTION – refers to “losing fat” from a certain body part SPOT GAIN – refers to “gaining lean muscle mass” in certain area of your body – […]