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- n. Alternative form of glycogenesis.
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- n. Glycogenesis.
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Will a person with cancer necessarily fuel that cancer via glucogenesis, starving all normal cells?
A third explanation could be that unreported alcohol consumption influences both driving risk and glucose control (e.g., impaired liver glucogenesis).
You, Dr. Mike, are saying that there is a couple of hundred kcals leeway with low carb because of glucogenesis an effect that lessens as one becomes more fat adapted, BTW, and also vastly increases the needed intake of protein while it’s going on and Anthony talks about it as a thermic effect that is essentially insignificant.