Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, December 8th, 2003
"By far the largest energy reserve in the human body is adipose tissue triglycerides, and these reserves are an important source of fuel during prolonged endurance exercise. To use this rich source of potential energy during exercise, adipose tissue triglycerides must first be hydrolyzed and the resultant fatty acids delivered to the working muscles," a researcher in the United States reports.
"The aims of this review are to describe how exercise alters lipid mobilization from adipose...
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