Syllabus

Week 1: Glycogen Storage, Depletion and Repletion.

Week 1: Glycogen Storage, Depletion and Repletion.

On a so-called normal carb diet (CHO diet) a woman stores almost 300g total glycogen in her body and a man stores 400g total.

LIVER: The liver is like a spare gasoline tank for the body to store carbs; it stores approximately 50g glycogen in both men and women.

The main reason for storing glycogen in muscles is for when you exercise hard – your muscles cells have stored fuel on-site – so there is no delay to deliver fuel and sustain high intensity exercise.

HOW IS GLYCOGEN MADE IN THE BODY?

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Week 16: The Big Fat Lecture

Week 16: The Big Fat Lecture

Home How do you answer the following to your clients or friends? Why would adding saturated fats to a diet reduce inflammation?  Indicated by "if I get a flare up it's generally only a little spot between my index finger and thumb maybe the size of a dime." Hi Ed, I'm...

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