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  1. shazaphil@hotmail.co.uk' joe banks
    Apr 07, 2017 @ 09:25:46

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  2. bassamshriti@gmail.com' Bassam
    Apr 07, 2017 @ 09:52:21

    First, thanks for your website, it’s wonderful and has amazing info and gives a lot of support to those how need it.
    “Furthermore, food in general is a preferential energy source over body fat.” what is your reference for this info? Why then body stores fat as an energy reserve? liver stores glucagon but this is for short term use (It is as cache), human body produce glucose from proteins and fats , fat and protein and vegetables are the ideal food, carbs means insulin.(some endogenous African hunter trips are supper lean and fit, they eat meat, fats, roots and some vegetables, they have great health indicators, but the moment they move to the city : cholesterol, high blood, diabetes etc start, what is the culprit? carbohydrates meanly- search for the study) There is essential fatty acids, essential amino acids but there is NO essential carbohydrates. Saying that I don’t say to give up carbs totally, but it’s not correct to have that much, more a lot of vegetables, healthy fats,moderate protein, very less carbs if at all.
    2- HIIT : does burn fat very effectively and it does that by increasing the body metabolism post-training, it should not excess 15-20 minutes with prober warm-up and cool-down, 2-3 times a week

  3. bassamnfs@gmail.com' Bassam
    Apr 08, 2017 @ 11:26:23

    “Because fat is so energy dense, it requires much more oxygen to burn (oxidise)” this is not exactly correct, please correct me if I’m wrong:
    Ketone bodies (fat metabolites) provide more cellular energy per unit of oxygen consumed compared to glucose. reference: Ketones Suppress Brain Glucose Consumption.
    http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-0-387-85998-9_45#page-1

  4. mikke5green@hotmail.com' Michael
    Apr 10, 2017 @ 00:28:49

    This is one of the best Article I read about weight loss Thank you “Mr. Paul Jenkins” . I am a Vegan and I follow a intermittent fasting by Dr. Jason Fung the book ;The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss .I became I am a organic vegetarian for the last 8 years ago due to my un-healthy kidneys were leaking protein ; Since then my kidneys have recover and are healthy . I am no longer diabetic and I lost 96 pounds .I have a very strict diet , no junk food , no pasta , no bread , no alcohol ,no dairy and I do fasting every week . My supplements are 2000 mg. of “stinging Nettle” a day , 800 mg of magnesium for heart health ,3 grams of L-Taurine for liver health , probiotics , I eat two limes a day with water for vitamin C , A sun-lamp exposure for vitamin d in winter and Cod liver oil . I hope my post can help some one . This is a great
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  5. info@dna-lean.co.uk' Paul Jenkins
    Apr 11, 2017 @ 06:54:41

    Bassam – thank you for your comments, I will answer your point, but please note I do not wish to engage in a discussion. The article is there to help people, if you do not wish to follow it that is your right.

    “Furthermore, food in general is a preferential energy source over body fat.” what is your reference for this info?

    All the medical references are at the bottom of the article, however, no reference is needed for this statement. The human body’s preferential energy source is food. If you eat food the body utilises this over body fat. This is fact.

    For the duration of any HIT workout, no body fat can be utilised, as explained in the article. Metabolic and “afterburn” effect is a totally different issue.

    If you are suggesting that the post metabolic effects of HIT stimulate more calories to be burned from body fat than the actual calorific expenditure of the HIT workout – I would not agree.

    ““Because fat is so energy dense, it requires much more oxygen to burn (oxidise)” this is not exactly correct, please correct me if I’m wrong:
    Ketone bodies (fat metabolites) provide more cellular energy per unit of oxygen consumed compared to glucose. reference: Ketones Suppress Brain Glucose Consumption.”

    This is absolutely correct – fat is mure energy dense and therefore requires more oxygen to burn relative to carbs (glucose) and protein.

    The study you referenced is a study was performed on rats, therefore its findings cannot accurately be applied to humans, nevertheless your statement;

    “Ketone bodies (fat metabolites) provide more cellular energy per unit of oxygen consumed compared to glucose. reference: Ketones Suppress Brain Glucose Consumption.”

    is actually in accordance with my article.

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