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Occasional Fatty Meals is not good eaither

Posted by: Jenna ( Jefferson LTD, USA ) on October 13, 1999 at 12:32:14:

In Reply to: They tried a healthy burger posted by Shaun on June 09, 1999 at 11:10:02:

Sorry Shaun, you are mistaken.
Oxidation, or burning, of fat calories is even more significant to weight gain than caloric intake. When the body receives only occasional meals high in fat calories, it stores those fat calories immediately. The body only begins to oxidize fat calories aggressively when it receives a steady, rich supply of those calories: according to Dr. Blundell, it takes three to seven days of high-fat eating to increase fat oxidation.

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