米国ホリスティック栄養学学士 三箇龍仁 Tatsuhito Sanka,bs
The process of obesity 1
Carbohydrate, lipid and protein are broken down to sugar, fat and amino acid and then carried to the liver. Some of the sugar is transferred to muscles. These degradation products are converted to energy and transferred from the liver to the entire body, however…
* In a case of excessive eating, too much sugar is carried to liver. Certain amount of it would be converted to fatty acid and rest of it would become fat that would be stored. (The term ‘excessive eating’ means intake of nutrients more than needed to maintain
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* As known, glucose is a main source of energy of muscle, brain and neuron. Especially, to mention about the brain, it does not have ‘a function to store glucose’.
* Therefore, there need to be a certain amount of constant glucose supply to the brain and if it is halted, there would be a problem maintaining life.
* For that reason, human body has an ability to convert the three major nutrients ‘carbohydrate’, ‘lipid’, and ‘protein’ to glucose and a function to maintain its systems.