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  • #16
    Yes. At least at first. However, the body can quickly (in a matter of weeks) rebuild a mechanism for burning fat. Fats & oil actually have slightly over twice the energy per gram. It's just that as we age (& become insulin resistant), we lose the ability to metabolize it. That's why low carb and fasting are turning out to be so healthy for people with IR.

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    • #17
      The body loses it's ability to burn fats as we age & develop Insulin Resistance. The Insulin Resistance results in a higher basal Insulin rate. That, in turn, shuts down fat burning. Low carb diets and most of the forms of fasting help stimulate regrowth of this fat-burning mechanism.

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      • #18
        Sodium in our eating routine comes to a great extent from salt (sodium chloride). You need enough sodium in your eating routine every day to stay aware of the sodium you lose in your pee and sweat. ... While the activity is beneficial for you from multiple points of view, is anything but motivation to expand the salt in your eating regimen.

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        • #19
          Yes. See John's comments above. It takes time to adjust to burning fat. And it's deceptive. You think you're fine at low intensity. Then you burn out quickly at higher intensity. Slowly adapt to it.

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          • #20
            Apart from regular exercise, taking multivitamin also help in improving the quality of well being. Especially turmeric supplements are boon for elderly people.
            Yes. I'm glad you got something out of it. It's a good vid. And Low Carb Down Under is a good group.

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