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Human Metabolome Database: Showing Metabocard For D-lactic Acid (hmdb0001311)

You are using an unsupported browser. Please upgrade your browser to a newer version to get the best experience on Human Metabolome Database. Showing metabocard for D-Lactic acid (HMDB0001311) Lactic acid is an organic acid. It is a chiral molecule, consisting of two optical isomers, L-lactic acid and D-lactic acid, with the L-isomer being the most common in living organisms. Lactic acid plays a role in several biochemical processes and is produced in the muscles during intense activity. D-Lactic acid is the end product of the enzyme glyoxalase II (or hydroxyacyl-glutathione hydrolase) (EC, which converts the intermediate substrate S-lactoyl-glutathione to reduced glutathione and D-lactate (OMIM: 138790 ). Structure for HMDB0001311 (D-Lactic acid) This compound belongs to the class of organic compounds known as alpha hydroxy acids and derivatives. These are organic compounds containing a carboxylic acid substituted with a hydroxyl group on the adjacent carbon. Pyruvate Decarboxylase E1 Component Deficiency (PDHE1 Deficiency) McLellan AC, Phillips SA, Thornalley PJ: Fluorimetric assay of D-lactate. Anal Biochem. 1992 Oct;206(1):12-6. [ PubMed:1456422 ] Fukushima T, Iizuka Continue reading >>

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    Type 2 diabetes, usually referred to as adult onset, is when your body produces insulin but can not use it properly. This type can be treated successfully with the right diet and exercise in most circumstances. Read here https://tr.im/iW6jP
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Lactic Acidosis - Endocrine And Metabolic Disorders - Merck Manuals Professional Edition

By James L. Lewis, III, MD, Attending Physician, Brookwood Baptist Health and Saint Vincents Ascension Health, Birmingham Lactate is a normal byproduct of glucose and amino acid metabolism. There are 2 main types of lactic acidosis: d-Lactic acidosis (d-lactate encephalopathy) is an unusual form of lactic acidosis. Type A lactic acidosis, the most serious form, occurs when lactic acid is overproduced in ischemic tissueas a byproduct of anaerobic generation of ATP during oxygen deficit. Overproduction typically occurs during global tissue hypoperfusion in hypovolemic, cardiac, or septic shock and is worsened by decreased lactate metabolism in the poorly perfused liver. It may also occur with primary hypoxia due to lung disease and with various hemoglobinopathies. Type B lactic acidosis occurs in states of normal global tissue perfusion (and hence ATP production) and is less ominous. Causes include local tissue hypoxia (eg, as with vigorous muscle use during exertion, seizures, hypothermic shivering), certain systemic and congenital conditions, cancer, and ingestion of certain drugs or toxins (see Table: Causes of Metabolic Acidosis ). Drugs include the nucleoside reverse transcript Continue reading >>

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  1. soseg

    Just finished my 2nd week on the keto diet... been getting strong readings on the ketone-sticks...
    Here are my results:
    Weight lost so far = 2lbs
    Inches off waist = half an inch or so...
    Inches off chest = not even that ^^
    So I am wondering if anyone can advise me why the such crap results?
    I'm gona stick to the diet another week or 2, throw in 30mins cardio on all my non-lifting days (low intensity - about 120bpm on a bike)... see if that makes a diff.... maybe cut out foods sooner before bed...
    My first week on the diet i lost like 6lbs or so and that first inch off my stomach, but after the first carb up last week it all came back even tho I've been in ketosis the last few days... I aint sure
    My lifts are being mildly affected - I've lost that "bang" or explosiveness in certain lifts... so I dont know how some guys get so much stronger on keto while losing weight?
    I'll throw in the cardio etc and play with the meals a bit and give it another week or two, if not... I'll stop the diet and I'll just throw the carbs back in and eat 'normally' but in smaller / healthier portions, no carbs late at night.... and HIIT cardio on my non lifting days I am thinking...
    Unless someone has any suggestions as to why this is going so badly for me or anything else I could try - let me know.
    In the past before I started lifting I always had good weight loss results with just eating normally in smaller portions and doing lots of cardio... HIIT for example... but I never did it properly and did lost muscle mass with it... so if I do go back to that I'll have to do it differently this time around
    Let me know if you got any suggestions as to why the keto isnt going as planned...

  2. Irish Cannon

    This isn't good to hear. I was going to start CKD tomorrow; on TKD currently.

  3. soseg

    Originally Posted by Irish Cannon
    This isn't good to hear. I was going to start CKD tomorrow; on TKD currently.
    haha dont worry! it's probably just me! a lot of other guys i talk to say its fkn awesome and get awesome results
    Tho... I have not been doing cardio... and I think my meals may have been a tad larger than I need... so for every extra bit of protein I ate I had to equal out the fat to get that 70/30 fatrotein ratio in terms of cals... and for that extra gram of fat i get 9cals.. so the fat comes fast i guess...
    im gona weigh my meals out... I figured ~30g protein and ~30g fat every 2-3hours is fine... whereas my meals are larger and I sometimes get double that
    I'll throw in some low intensity cardio this week... I lift 3x a week so I'll do that for 30mins on the remaining 4days for 30mins @ ~120bpm and see what difference it makes

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4 Signs Something is Wrong With Your Bowel Movements | bowel movement Bowel Movements may seem like just another mundane activity. A part of our daily ablutions. We however have so many other things going on in our busy lives, that we fail to pay attention to the wellness of our bowel. It is easy to overlook certain signs and issues that need our attention. Today' video will discuss 4 Signs Something is Wrong With Your Bowel Movements. 1. Irregular Bowel Movement, A healthy individual should have a bowel movement at least 1 to 3 times a day. If you are not excreting waste and toxins from your body at least once a day, it can lead to health issues. Pooping more than 5 times a day is also a warning sign, and you must consult a doctor immediately. 2. Blood, Appearance of blood in your feces on a regular basis is dangerous. It can be a symptom of colorectal cancer or evidence of polyps. If appearance of blood is accompanied with chills, weight loss and fever, you may have a high level of bowel disorders. 3. Size and Texture, Your poop texture and size says a lot about your bowel conditions. If the waste is hard, difficult to pass and in small lumps, you are constipated. Fluffy pieces o

D-lactic Acidosis In A Ten Months Old Infant With Short Bowel Syndrome: Early Suspicion Equals Early Treatment | Anales De Pediatra (english Edition)

An Pediatr (Barc) 2016;84:56-7 - Vol. 84 Num.1 DOI: 10.1016/j.anpede.2015.05.019 d-Lactic acidosis in a ten months old infant with short bowel syndrome: Early suspicion equals early treatment Acidosis d-lctica en un nio de diez meses afecto de un sndrome de intestino corto: la rpida sospecha equivale a un rpido tratamiento , V.M. Navas Lpez b , R. Yahyaoui Macas c , C. Sierra Salinas b a Unidad de Gestin Clnica de Pediatra, Hospital Materno Infantil, Hospital Regional Universitario de Mlaga, Spain b Unidad de Gastroenterologa y Nutricin Infantil, Unidad de Gestin Clnica de Pediatra, IBIMA, Hospital Materno Infantil, Hospital Regional Universitario de Mlaga, Spain c Laboratorio de Metabolopatas y Centro de Cribado Neonatal de Andaluca Oriental, Unidad de Gestin Clnica de Laboratorios, Hospital Materno Infantil, Hospital Regional Universitario de Mlaga, Spain Metabolic acidosis is a disorder of the acidbase balance which may be due to bicarbonate losses, deficient acid elimination by the kidney, exogenous intake of acids or an endogenous increased acid production. Within this last group, lactic acidosis should be noted, because of its frequency, morbidity and potential mortality. La Continue reading >>

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  1. kensid23

    Hello all,
    I've been trying to educate myself and read as much as possible about this diet but I have an obvious concern about the relationship between ketosis and the adverse effects on the kidneys.
    In discussions I've had, I've been told that your kidneys have to work harder when you are doing diets like Atkins, Paleo (Upgraded Bulletproof), which result in problems with filtering waste, high blood pressure, kidney stones and risk of kidney failure. Albeit pretty extreme, I'd like to know if any of you have seen anything that would support either stance?
    Here's one of the articles I've read from Livestrong.com:
    I like when they say at the end of the article, "ketosis is simply an evolution-driven response to the need to survive on stored fat. And that ketones are a more preferred fuel source than carbohydrates"

  2. Rod

    Depending on your lifestyle, it's recommend (Dave) to come in and out of ketosis every 3-5 days. I assume this would be for someone who went on a very long ketosis cycle.
    Edit: After reading the link:
    Ketosis Effects on the Kidneys
    Very high levels of ketones make your blood more acidic and overburden your kidneys. "Medical News Today" reports that one of the side effects of a ketogenic diet is the formation of kidney stones. In processing higher amounts of protein, your kidneys work hard and are forced to excrete more sodium, calcium and potassium, as well as filter more of the byproducts of protein metabolism. This extra fluid and electrolyte loss can cause low blood pressure, another function mediated by your kidneys. Ketosis in the presence of diabetes can lead to ketoacidosis and coma, and can be life threatening.
    [font=Arial, Helvetica]Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/463341-ketosis-kidney-failure/#ixzz2Df9fHaWB [/font]
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    [font=Arial, Helvetica]I'm eating about just a little over the normal amount of protein I would, instead of beef I would have lots of chicken. It seemed to focus more about protein hurting your kidneys and 20% of your calories should be from protein. Doesn't sounds crazy to me....[/font]
    Everything I learned about "biohacking" has been baby steps to "circadian biology", that's where the real biohacking comes in. You can buy a bunch of cool shit to "hack" but if you don't have context, you're not winning. Paleo is just a brand now and too many have opinions, it's on you to read and reread the material to not only find truth but to connect the dots. Much love to everyone who has helped me on my journey for restoring my health, please keep in touch. Feel free to message me with health questions [email protected]

  3. 16bit

    just remember the ketosis and ketoacidosis are two different things.

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