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    the adipose tissue mass increased, and the adipocyte 's number and molar volume are overly increasing, and…

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    The Atkins Diet Essay

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    been known to increase an individual’s health benefits. The basis of this particular diet insures that if one lowers their daily carbohydrate intake, it will, in turn, increase metabolism and body efficiency. This diet causes the body to use adipose tissue, or fat, for energy instead of the alternative, which is glucose, the hormone produced by carbohydrates. A person can experience weight loss steadily when the dieter follows through with the diet and works out on a regular basis (Oaklander).…

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    cells to stop the release of fat. Paul Insel, a Stanford University student, states “An increase of body fat that reaches three to five times the normal amount of body fat or greater than thirty billion fat cells with a weight of thirty pounds, fat tissue is unable to be affect by insulin.” (Insel et. al, 2016). The fat cell’s response to the insulin decreases, leading to a high amount of fatty acids in the bloodstream. American Diabetes Association found, the higher levels of fatty acid lead to…

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    Understanding Metabolism

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    found in finaplix pellets understanding metabolism and the things which affects it A lot of people who are living a sedentary lifestyle complain about increasing fat percentage in their body. The fact gets accumulated in different parts of their body like abdomen arms thighs and waist. People think that it is really impossible for them to achieve a fat-free body with exercise and diet and that is the reason they opt for can the mission of drugs and surgery. Even before opting for the right diet…

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    dystrophy Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy Zachary Uecker Genetic Disease Abstract Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy is a genetic disease that targets skeletal muscles and over time, the muscles lose protein and are replaced by fats and connective tissue, making the skeletal muscles unusable. In this paper, the parts of Duchenne’s that will be covered are the method of transmission, statistics about Duchenne’s in the population, the pathophysiology, the body systems effected, signs and…

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    But what does that mean? Well, muscle doesn't exactly burn fat but more accurately muscle raises your Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR). Adipose tissue (i.e. fat) takes no energy to sit on your body, that's why once it's there it will stay there until you exert enough energy to start using it as your energy source. Skeletal muscle tissue is called "active tissue" because it requires energy to maintain itself. To just sit on your body, each pound of muscle on your body uses about 30-60 calories per…

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    Burn Fat Research Paper

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    abdominal muscles are not able to burn fat in this area. Local burning fat is physically impossible. Burn a twisting belly fat? Human physiology research shows that despite the fact that the working muscle does use energy as a box next to her adipose tissue, thirty minutes of twists at the press burn only 0.05 g. fat (1). The mechanism of action of exercises to get rid of the fat a bit different – with aerobic exercise the body…

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    the workout and the basic metabolic rate will increase. Retention of the muscle tissue – Tabata training is the choice for you if you don’t want to lose muscle, which you worked hard to get, and you still want to do something for your cardiovascular system. This type of training sends signal to the body that you need more muscle tissue. This increase the ratio of lean mass to fat. You can increase your muscle tissue eventually if your choice for training is a full body workout. No time…

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    Laser Lipo Research Paper

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    removed, he inserts a laser fiber into the area. This laser fiber works to identify the parts that contain excess fats. A laser beam is then targeted on to the area to remove excess fats. This laser beam does not affect the surrounding areas and the tissues. This process can be used in conjunction with traditional liposuction as…

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    Therefore, obesity should be defined by an excess adipose tissue not the weight. Similarly, Rothman (2008) argues about various limitation of BMI technique, such as, the measurement does not differentiate the increase of muscle mass or fat mass which vary with different gender. Also, there are other factors to…

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