(a) Increase of blood flow to the skin. (b) Increase in insulin levels. (c) Increased metabolic rate. (d) Release of adrenalin by the sympathetic nervous system.(e) None of these.
ANSWER: A-C I am really sorry for my late reply, but I have had some issues lately with my computer and all online functions being down – so it’s going to take a little time getting back into things! Thank you for your question though! As far as increasing sweating goes…it is not possible during exercise per say, but can be done pre-exercise via taking an over-the-counter supplement called DHEA or even just eating foods that contain chromium such as spinach, red peppers etc.. The recommended dosage is about 250 mcg daily which should last from 4 weeks up to 2 months depending upon how much you consume on a daily basis For those who do not know about DHEA already perhaps this info will help shed light onto its purpose and use: http://www.naturalnews….nal_topics/DHEA#ixzz3JqRxlVvw UPDATE: Besides using DHEA…I would recommend eating a diet full of lean meats and fish along with plenty o’ vegetables & fruits too!! These are very high in vitamin B6, beta carotene & selenium which all improve hormonal function under normal conditions Think natural food + healthy