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What Happens To Unused Glucose In The Body?

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If Unused Carbs Turn Into Fat In Our Body, What Do Protein And Fat Turn Into?

Answered Sep 12, 2017 Author has 393 answers and 185.4k answer views Protein is a vital macronutrient required as a component of all the cells in our bodies, it also controls the rate at which the myriad of chemical conversions in our cells take place. Protein is involved in growth, repair (healing) and general maintenance of the body. An adequate supply of dietary protein is essential to maintain cellular integrity and function and for health and reproduction. From dietary protein we can create between 50 and 70,000 new types of proteins to support the function of our bodies. Unlike carbohydrate protein is not generally stored by the body and must be obtained through regular eating. We do not store reserves of protein except in the form of muscle, so we need a daily intake to maintain all the various processes that require protein. Fats fall into 3 categories, saturated fats, monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats. It is interesting to note that nearly all foods contain a mixture of all 3 of these fats. Butter for example is 52% saturated fat, 21% monounsaturated fat and 3% polyunsaturated fat, with olive oil being 14% saturated fat, 73% monounsaturated fat and 8% polyunsa Continue reading >>

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  1. sweetsarabear

    High blood sugar

    Does anybody eles out there in diabetes land feel this way when your blood sugar is high ?
    My joints get so painful and achy its an effort to move. I asked my doctor about this and he said its just one of those things that comes with high blood sugar.
    Thanks
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  2. NottsLad

    mine feel exactly the same....
    worse in my legs though... when i know im going high and should take some insulin!

  3. Bellasgramma

    Wow, I did not know that. Have had about 200 or more for the last 3 or 4 days, every test, and also felt like the flu was coming on. I knew the shoulder pain was associated with diabetes but not the rest. That explains it.
    Fasting this morning was back to 90, and felt good, still do, so maybe...
    Anyway, time to talk to doc about meds adjustment Maybe that would help you as well??

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SUMMARY: not under normal circumstances at least. when your body is in a surplus, it will store the fat as fat, and in some cases the excess carbs. but protein has WAY too many pathways of higher priority (muscle building, oxidation, tissue building, glucose conversion, urea excretion etc) for it to become fat. not saying its impossible, but in the average bodybuilder this will not happen, unless all you eat is just protein (like fucking 500g of protein a day on a protein only diet). so dont let people tell you your excess protein will become fat. no. it might MAKE you fat indirectly (by putting you at a super surplus, causing your body to store the other macros at fat), but the protein in itself won't turn into fat. in fact the best thing u can do to lose weight is to eat more protein (whole food sources). it will not only keep you full longer, but will prevent excessive protein breakdown that comes from dieting and training. copiche bitch? $$$$$$$ MY CONTACTS $$$$$$$ Facebook: Jonathan Migan Facebook Fan Page: lowbudgetleanmuscle Twitter: @Team3Darmy Instagram: Jonathanmigan Play Station Network: Jerubbaal89 YGOPRO: ragnarok34 DuelingNetwork: sucemapin Get a FREE Text message Eac

Does Unused Protein Turn Into Fat?

Protein from the diet supplies amino acids, required for a variety of body functions including making hormones, enzymes and neurotransmitters and building muscle. There are four uses for amino acids once they are absorbed: They are used as energy, are incorporated into structural protein (muscle), produce other compounds or are stored in the form of fat. Amino acids are not the most useful form of energy. The body prefers glucose derived from carbohydrates because they are easier to digest, absorb and use. However, if amino acids are available when glucose is not, the body will use them for fuel. This process is called gluconeogenesis, meaning production of new glucose. Gluconeogensis is not cost-effective for the body because it requires more energy than simply using available glucose. Think of it this way: Using amino acids instead of carbohydrates for fuel is like using a piece of fine jewelry to pay for groceries when you have cash on hand. When muscle is stressed, as in exercise, amino acids are needed to repair and build the tissue to strengthen it. The more this occurs, the more muscle mass is built. Eating more protein alone does not make this happen, although adequate amo Continue reading >>

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  1. Alexander Markley

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    I might be in ketosis. What will the effects of one day of carb binging (Christmas day) have on this, and how fast can I recover?







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    One day of eating carbs will abruptly end ketosis. Ketosis will probably end within a few hours of eating a carbohydrate rich meal. It'll probably take you a few days or even another week of eating low carb to get back into ketosis, because when you start eating carbs again, your body will store the unused glucose as glycogen (and fat) and then once the glycogen is depleted, ketosis will be in full swing.
    6 pounds in a week is a lot though, and I think most of it is water weight. You'd have to be at a severe caloric deficit to lose 6 pounds of fat, so you might gain back a lot of water weight, but you'd probably lose that as rapidly as you did when you first started to diet.

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Peas, legumes -pinto, peanuts, garbanzo, etc all carbs are converted to glucose; body's main source of energy Glycogen is stored in the muscles and liver When more energy is needed body converts glycogen back to glucose When all glycogen stores are filled body coverts excess glucose to fat An indigestible complex carbohydrate found in the tough, stringy part of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains 25 gramps per day (women), 38 grams (men) Because it cannot be digested it provides no energy for the body Helps prevent intestinal problems such as constipation Helps control disables by reducing blood glucose levels Fruits and darker leafy vegetables with edible skin Whole grain products: bran cereals, oatmeal, brown rice nutrients that help build and maintain body cells and tissues there are 20 amino acids, your body can make all but 9 4 cal/g (but not a preferred source of energy) The 9 amino acids you must get in your diet are from foods you eat. The body makes amino acids form scratch or modifies other amino acids In the United States, the recommended daily allowance of protein is 46 grams per day for women over 19 years of age adn 56 grams per day for men over 19 years of age. Bui Continue reading >>

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  1. switch_it_to_wambo

    Which one would theoretically kick you into ketosis quicker: Fasting, or low carb/high fat dieting?
    Sorry if this has already been discussed here

  2. Renian

    Fasting, because absolutely nothing would be replacing your liver's glycogen stores. Moreover, it will force you to use them.

  3. gogge

    Your liver glycogen will be empty either way. The liver will be using gluconeogenesis to cover the lack of dietary glucose, so there won't be enough glucose around to meet the needs much less to get stored as liver glycogen.

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