fat mobilization

fat mobilization

Increased breakdown of fats (triglycerides) with the release of fatty acids and glycerol into the blood.
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The ADG of piglets was lower in ST, nevertheless the body fat mobilization tended to be greater in lactating sows in ST group.
One of their go-to treatments is FMS Elite, the advanced version of the highly successful Fat Mobilization System that reduces weight through the process of thermogenesis.
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They took ultrasound images of muscle ribeye area, rib fat, intramuscular fat, and rump fat to evaluate and measure fat mobilization.
Both deoxycholic and phosphatidyl choline are unique carriers for nutrient transport and fat mobilization.
During this period, body fat mobilization ranges from 41 to 90 kg [16], and protein mobilization ranges from 21 to 24 kg [26,27].
Sirtl promotes fat mobilization in white adipocytes by repressing PPAR-gamma.
Factors controlling fat mobilization from human subcutaneous adipose tissue during exercise.
A negative association between decreased plasma BC and body fat mobilization at the time of parturition has been suggested [5, 10].
These researches also presented a separate experiment where they fed goats carrying twins Xtract before kidding and they found that it decreased fat mobilization and may prevent ketosis (Figure 2).
On the contrary, it is speculated that increased leptin levels may enhance maternal fat depots and fat mobilization to increase availability and to support transplacental transfer of lipids substrates to the foetus, particularly after the second trimester of gestation (11).
Palatinose is therefore the only carbohydrate to provide a sustained supply of energy in the form of glucose, while at the same time supporting fat mobilization.