Do you think that the winter cold weather somehow triggers your body to retain fat, even with the exact same diet and activity level as warm temps?

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Do you think that the winter cold weather somehow triggers your body to retain fat, even with the exact same diet and activity level as warm temps?

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Well, this begs the question, have humans actually changed that much over the last 10k years that our bodies no longer feel the need to do what it was originally designed to do which is survive…
If you are of the opinion “yes ”
Then what about someone that lives in Senegal where there food supply depends on the time of year as well?
Considering that the plethora of food that we have in this country is a first world problem and actually a recent problem (last 300 years) can humans adapt that quickly physiologically due to something that is hardwired into your DNA?
This isn’t actually a simple question, howecer ppl like to think that because we have “”technologically advanced” the rules don’t apply anymore

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Only if you let it. Too many that bulk just for an excuse to put on weight. Time you diet down you look the same with looser skin or worse yet, you don’t take off the weight.

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So this is speculation, but personally, I sweat a lot more when I workout in the summer than in the winter. The increased heat and humidity just requires more sweat to regulate body temperature, even inside commercial gyms. This means I have less water weight during the summer from all the sweating. During the winter, I don’t sweat near as much, so I retain that water instead of sweating it out, which probably causes that seasonal bloat. I haven’t confirmed this anywhere, this is just me thinking

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