Thermogenesis refers to the process by which the body produces heat. It is a metabolic process that occurs in various tissues and is primarily regulated by the body’s metabolism. There are three main types of thermogenesis:
- Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Thermogenesis: This is the heat produced by the body at rest to maintain essential bodily functions such as breathing, circulation, and cell production.
- Exercise-Induced Thermogenesis: Physical activity and exercise can increase the body’s heat production as a result of increased muscle contractions and metabolic activity.
- Diet-Induced Thermogenesis (Thermic Effect of Food): This refers to the heat generated during the digestion, absorption, and metabolism of food. Different types of macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, and fats) have varying effects on diet-induced thermogenesis.
Thermogenesis is defined as the dissipation of energy through the specialized production of heat.https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/agricultural-and-biological-sciences/thermogenesis
Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis in Human Energy Homeostasis. Low levels of physical activity combined with food intake in excess of daily energy expenditure over extended time periods precede weight gain and promote increases in body fat. Obesity and related insulin resistance are common sequelae of a chronically positive energy balance, potentially resulting in type 2 diabetes (T2D) and nonalcoholic/metabolic dysfunction associated fatty liver disease (NAFLD/MAFLD). The percentage of individuals considered as obese and morbidly obese is continuously rising and developing countries are catching up quickly as compared to industrialized nations.
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