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Is stress making you overweight? Doctor reveals the hidden reason for stubborn belly fat and why you can’t get rid of it

The battle of the bulge is a common problem for most of us, and we have all heard the mantra: eat less and exercise more.

But neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart says it isn’t as simple as that, and the stress hormone cortisol is the real reason behind excessive belly fat.

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On Sunrise on Friday, the London-based doctor made the link between stress and belly fat — saying our evolutionary biology was at the root cause of the issue.

“(Storing belly fat) is actually an evolutionary mechanism which helped us when we hunted and gathered (as cavemen) because you wouldn’t always get a big hairy mammoth to eat for several months,” Swart said.

Doctor Tara Swart joined Sunrise hosts Nat Barr and Matt Shirvington on Friday, speaking about the link between stress and belly fat. Credit: Seven

Due to the stress of not eating regularly, our body would store fat — around our abdomen.

“If we couldn’t find food, that is a stress response,” she said.

Nowadays, we generally no longer deal with starvation — which means our cortisol levels are controlled by psychological triggers, such as work and relationships, but the physical response remains the same.

“If you feel stressed, your brain senses there are high levels of cortisol in the blood supply. If it’s sustained, (your brain thinks) what’s the biggest threat to my survival?

“We are still wired to think that could be starvation so we lay down extra fat in our belly.”

Swart, a senior lecturer at MIT Sloan and visiting senior lecturer at King’s College, said there are several ways to address excessive stress.

“Doing any mindfulness activity that connects your brain and your body — such as yoga or mediation — is helpful to keep your cortisol levels low,” she said.

Physical exercise is also helpful.

“If you already suffer from high cortisol levels, the best way to get it out of your body is through aerobic exercise.

“You can literally sweat it out of your body.

“(It’s also important) to talk about your issue, to not keep it inside the brain-body system but release the negative emotions that go along with high levels of cortisol.”

Swart said many people did not realise they were stressed — however, any digestive issue was a sign.

“Because of the gut-brain connection, any indigestion, acid reflux, stomach ulcers, bloating, can be quite a good sign that you might be stressed,” she said.

“Sleep problems are also usually quite a good sign that you might be stressed.”

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