from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The hydrolysis of lipids.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The hydrolysis of lipids
- n. The reverse of lipogenesis in which stored fat is broken down
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The cleavage of fats into fatty acids and glycerin.
Yohimbine HCL, on the other hand, burns fat by initiating a process called lipolysis, which is the body's natural function for burning fat.
As mentioned earlier, these visceral adipocytes already have high rates of lipolysis, which is bad enough.
C. Kay Song and Tim Bartness of Georgia State, along with Gary J. Schwartz of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, found that during the process of burning fat - called lipolysis
The researchers found that during the process of burning fat, known as lipolysis, fat cells use sensory nerves to feed information to the brain.
Aesthetics is spa-speak for cosmetic treatments from botox to noninvasive face lifts, dermabrasion and lipolysis (a new, less invasive form of liposuction).
Seasonal changes in lipotenesis and lipolysis in isolated adipocytes from Svalbard and Norwegian reindeer.
Lipodissolve, sometimes called medical lipolysis, has been touted for a number of years as a nonsurgical alternative to liposuction.
The treatment goes under a number of names including mesotherapy, lipozap, lipotherapy and injection lipolysis, according to the FDA.
In order to consistently lose fat (not just weight) on any diet, you must keep your body in a perpetual state of lipolysis, or what Dr. Atkins used to incorrectly call ketosis.
The hypothalamus should then stimulate metabolic processes that result in weight loss, including a reduction in hunger, an increased satiety with eating, an increase in resting metabolism and an increase in lipolysis (fat breakdown).