The liver buffer(s)

One of the things I noticed in studying metabolism and the overall functioning of the body, is how important the liver is. A lot of what we do and a lot of what we measure is influenced by the liver and its buffers. Understanding these buffers in conjunction with these measurements may help us aContinue reading “The liver buffer(s)”

Demand or supply

Conversion of protein to glucose Among the keto crowd we have people who go full carnivore.  Especially in the carnivore community they have posed that the conversion of protein to glucose (gluconeogenesis or GNG) is demand driven so excess amino acids (from the protein eaten) do not convert to glucose if there is no demandContinue reading “Demand or supply”

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