is a function of different factors and depends on each other’s metabolism.
The origins of weight loss are variable, physical and psychological. This weight loss may be due to:
excessive external losses;
inadequate nutrient intakes as required;
energy consumption of the body increased for various reasons.
Some people burn calories faster than others. People with rapid metabolism are then mentioned. In these individuals, it can be challenging to achieve and maintain a stable weight. The rate of metabolism is related to genetic heritage. Still, it can be accelerated by factors such as stress, exposure to very hot or very cold temperatures, nicotine, caffeine and muscle density.
Also, some diseases or states have a high demand for energy on the body, which can lead to a loss of power. This includes cancer, hyperthyroidism and some infections. Weight loss can also be attributed to nutrient malabsorption, such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and celiac disease.