What Are The Signs That Your Body Is Burning Fat

1. Increased thirst and frequent urination: When the body starts burning fat for energy, it releases toxins that need to be flushed out of the body, leading to increased thirst and urination.

2. Decreased appetite: As your body starts using stored fat for energy, your appetite may decrease because your body is getting the energy it needs from fat stores.

3. Increased energy levels: You may experience a boost in energy levels as your body starts burning fat for fuel instead of relying on carbohydrates.

4. Ketosis: Ketosis is a metabolic state in which the body produces ketones from fat stores for energy. Signs of ketosis include bad breath, a metallic taste in the mouth, and increased ketones in the urine.

5. Weight loss: Burning fat for fuel can lead to weight loss, as the body uses up stored fat reserves.

6. Improved physical performance: As your body becomes more efficient at burning fat for energy, you may notice improved physical performance and endurance during exercise.

7. Reduced body fat percentage: Burning fat for energy can lead to a decrease in body fat percentage, especially in stubborn areas like the belly and thighs.

8. Elevated mood: Some people may experience improved mood and mental clarity as their body begins to burn fat for fuel.

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