fat balance

fat balance

A state of equilibrium in which the fatty acids in the circulation promote a set level of fat oxidation; at the fat balance point, all consumed fat is metabolised and weight is maintained at a status quo.

fat balance

A state of equilibrium at which the amount of fatty acids in the circulation drives fat oxidation; at the FB point, all fat that is consumed is metabolized, and weight is maintained at a status quo. See Body mass index, Obesity.
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Then they fed the cows various amounts of flaxseed to find the optimal quantity that would change their fat balance without negatively affecting their production, texture, and taste.
Changes in dietary fat balance may be useful adjunctive treatments in weight loss programs.
Results: There were no effects of quantity or source of calcium on energy or fat balance, despite calcium-induced increases in postprandial serum parathyroid hormone suppression.
A minimum of 26 percent protein and 18 percent fat balance out the formulas.
He said he observed parallels between ratios and levels of omega fats in eggs, breast milk and one algae oil strain in terms of the oil fat balance and the human brain fat composition.
Clearly, exercise intensity does not have an effect on daily fat balance, if intake is unchanged," he added.
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Eckel, professor of physiology and biophysics at the university of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, noted at the meeting that individual variation in carbohydrate handling predicts weight gain and fat balance.
Design, subjects and setting: Dietary and pancreatic enzyme intake and faecal fat balance studies were measured on a self-selected cohort of 38 children with CF.
Parents of 39 children with PI who completed the 'Go and Grow with CF' program, regardless of whether or not they conducted faecal fat balance studies, were interviewed by telephone.
Complete data were not available for nine subjects because pre-intervention dietary records were incomplete (n = 1) or post-intervention data were not collected when children transferred interstate during the intervention period (n = 4) and when parents chose not to complete the second faecal fat balance study (n = 4).
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