The case for fat adaptation in endurance

– Pointing out the obvious – It is pretty obvious by now in sports is that if the body requires something then you need to give that in order to enhance performance. Be it vitamines, minerals, energy… whatever it needs to produce that wattage, make sure it doesn’t fall short to sustain the performance. ExceptContinue reading “The case for fat adaptation in endurance”

Linking the hepatic glycogen buffer with protein protection

As a short recap of my article on the liver buffer, insulin causes the build-up of glycogen in the liver. When I looked into protein and fructose, I touched the topic of protein protection for the first time. With this article I wanted to go a bit deeper into this aspect and do this byContinue reading “Linking the hepatic glycogen buffer with protein protection”

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