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    Glucagon releases fat from stores into the blood...

    Glucagon releases fat from stores into the blood as free fatty acids. These then float around in the blood and your aerobic muscles (only) grab them from the blood and burn them with oxygen. These...
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    It's the recovery that gives you improvements....

    It's the recovery that gives you improvements. You don't build muscle when doing the lifts or the sprints. Doing lifts or sprints interrupts the muscle building from your last session and restarts...
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    Fat metabolism ..

    Read post #84 above. I go into what muscles burn fat and what muscles burn glucose. Cross fit muscles usually burn ONLY glucose. So it doesn't matter how good a "fat burner" you are if you are mainly...
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    I'm pretty sure (maybe wrong, long time since i...

    I'm pretty sure (maybe wrong, long time since i looked it up) that we have 2 different types of muscle in our body parts. they are aerobic and anaerobic muscles.

    aerobic muscle cells can only...
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    I don't know I never measured calories or weight...

    I don't know I never measured calories or weight of my food, so I don't know how much 200g of sweet potatoe. Remember to not fight your body, you may be asking too much of it to take that last pound...
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    Fat metabolism ..

    I see this fallacy a lot on MDA. It mainly shows up as.... Eating carbs don't make you fat, therefore we can say that not eating carbs won't make you unfat/ skinny (this is false).

    See you can't...
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    Fat metabolism ..

    Sorry think i was more refering to cholymicrons. Dunno where I got that from but ASP also seems to do a similar role, think cholymicrons are a lot more prevalent.


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    Hi It's mostly explained in the post above. I...

    Hi

    It's mostly explained in the post above. I would say yeah some protien would be turned to glucose. But also your body might choose to tune back its metabolic rate after a while. Your body has...
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    Carb cycling, my speciality, read the link in my...

    Carb cycling, my speciality, read the link in my signature.

    Our bodies are survival machines. Our bodies have tools to deal with a great variation of situations. If we don't use those tools we...
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    Dude I am 186 cm, I started primal at 127 kgs and...

    Dude I am 186 cm, I started primal at 127 kgs and got down to 94kg in 4 months, I hover around the 100kg mark right now.

    I'm way heavier but only slightly taller. I think your body doesn't have...
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    Fat metabolism ..

    I haven't heard of this interstitial tissue theory before. What I know is that fat can get stored through insulin or through a protien called ASP (acetyl simulating protien). This ASP storage can...
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    It's very simple, despite what a perfused rat,...

    It's very simple, despite what a perfused rat, rabbit or eel pancreas does in a test tube, these are the results we see in living humans....

    No intake - constant level of glucagon, may be a little...
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    No that sentence is about the action of insulin....

    No that sentence is about the action of insulin. Outside the sentence in parenthesis is some supposed inputs.

    Well why don't they insert one of those other studies instead where it sais "citation...
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    Your a cherry picker aren't ya, that was citing...

    Your a cherry picker aren't ya, that was citing the process of how mature insulin is made. Not on what signals the beta cell responds to.

    If your rat pancreas on a bench study was valid, wouldn't...
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    Yep. Just it's nothing like the response we...

    Yep.

    Just it's nothing like the response we get from glucose. I hope we've all learnt enough here so that we don't get hoodwinked by the bullshirters saying "protien also promotes insulin" as if...
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    "Citation needed" after Wikipedia states ...

    "Citation needed" after Wikipedia states "insulin signalled by amino's"

    Yep


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    So in 1976 they "postulated" that there was amino...

    So in 1976 they "postulated" that there was amino receptors in the cells of the pancreas because of a pancreas bench test. As well as many other "we don't know's" mentioned in that study. I'm not...
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    The cells (alpha, beta and delta) in the islets...

    The cells (alpha, beta and delta) in the islets of langerhans, are paracrine (Meaning they can only communicate with adjacent cells, not recieve body wide signals). This means that if beta cells can...
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    Lol, come on dude. stop googling ncbi. so I...

    Lol, come on dude. stop googling ncbi.

    so I scroll to page 849 and what is there..... a graph..... that plots insulin release, given three different substrate combinations. these are Glucose...
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    The first four words of that study. "Type II...

    The first four words of that study. "Type II diabetic patients".

    T2DM sufferers continue to release glucagon in large amounts despite BG being on the rise. (They can be well above basal and still...
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    In reply to Elliot as well. I won't hand it...

    In reply to Elliot as well.

    I won't hand it to ya's on a plate because ya learn better when researching your self. And also I stopped hang round here for six months because of the following...
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    Haha you have proven my point. They injected...

    Haha you have proven my point.

    They injected amino's into people who hadn't eaten for 8 hours. These people would've had catabolic hormones raging through their blood after 8 hours of fasting.
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    Protoss, Zerg or Terran? When someone says...

    Protoss, Zerg or Terran?

    When someone says that "protien promotes insulin" you know, they got no idea, how it all works.

    Your body can't detect protien in the blood. Hell it can't even detect...
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    It's easy, for every change you can make to the...

    It's easy, for every change you can make to the "calories in" side of the equation. Your body can make an equal change to the "calories out". That's why we have thyroid's and pituitary's.

    In the...
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    Odd Human Evolution Question.... Diet

    It is of little consequence if we know a lot, or a little, of current human history theory. It is what we don't know that matters and everybody doesn't know our history to the same degree. It truly...
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