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Starved Adipocyte

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Starved Muscle

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Muscle, Liver, Adipocyte Starving Condition

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Fuel Sources First 12 hrs

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Fuel Sources During Starvation 2 Days

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Fuel Sources During Starvation 2 Weeks

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Summary of Starvation 

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Biochemical Basis for Starvation Changes

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Feeding After Starvation 

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Weight Maintenance

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Caloric Content of Macronutrients

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Caloric Content of Common Foods

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Respiratory Quotient of Foods

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Metabolic Changes in Type I Diabetes

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If you were to drink 100 g of alcohol with a full mean how many grams of glycogen that will be stored will be derived form ethanol?

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0 — Ethanol cannot be used to make glucose. It will contribute to fat synthesis but not carbohydrate synthesis. 

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Ethanol Metabolism 

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A chronic alcoholic — binging— alcohol is only food supply. Hasn’t eaten in two weeks. Blood glucose is 35 mg/dL. What process is impaired?

Glycolysis

Glycogenolysis

Fatty acid oxidation 

Gluconeogenesis

Glycogen Synthesis 

 

 

 

Gluconeogenesis

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Gluconeogenesis in the Chronic Alcoholic on a Binge

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Energy Sources for Exercise

Glycogen to Lactate

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Energy Sources for Exercise

(Glyogen to carbon dioxide)

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Energy Sources for Exercise

Liver Glycogen to Carbon Dioxide

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Energy Sources for Exercise

NEFA to Carbon Dioxide

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Keys To Maximize Fuel Source

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Rates of ATP Consumption During Exercise

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Energy Utilization and Optimal Performance

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Organ Function During Exercise

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Production of Glucose by the Liver during Exercise

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Fuels Used During Exercise

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Rate of Energy Use in Tissues

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Muscle Energy Reserves

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Muscle Fibers

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Which one of the following enzymes is inhibited by the AMP activated Protein Kinase:

Acetyl CoA Carboxylase

Malonyl-CoA Decarboxylase

PFK-1

Pyruvate Kinase

Hormone Sensitive Lipase

 

 

 

Acetyl CoA Carboxylase

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Biochemical Changes During Exercise:

Muscle Contracton and Epinephrine Release

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Biochemical Changes During Exercise:

Glycolysis, Fatty Acid Oxidation, and Gluconeogenesis 

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Athletic Training:

Different Energy Sources and Carb Loading

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Blood Doping and Marathon Runners

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Oxygen Debt

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McArdles 

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Hormone Effects on Metabolism Fed State

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Hormone Effects on Metabolism 12-24 Hour Fast

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Hormone Effects on Metabolism 2 Day Starvation 

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Hormone Effects on Metabolism 

2 weeks of Starvation 

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Hormone Effects on Metabolism in Diabetes

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Hormone Effects on Metabolism

Aerobic Exercise

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