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Protein Deficiency Anemia:

Decreased dietary intake of protein may lead to mild to moderate anemia. This Protein deficiency anemia 2 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasntype of anemia is seen in vegans, vegetarians, elderly, endurance athletes, anorexia nervosa, and people with diminished intake of protein for any cause.

Protein deficiency anemia is also called “hypo proliferative anemia” and may even develop in people with chronic liver disease, chronic kidney disease, and low function thyroid. The mechanism is simple. Inadequate intake of protein slows down the body metabolism (basal metabolic activity). Decreased metabolic activity reduces oxygen demand and consumption by the kidneys, which are responsible for producing erythropoietin (EPO) hormone. It is a hormone that is released by the kidneys and stimulates the production of the red blood cells. The release of EPO is very sensitive to oxygen demand and basal metabolic rate.

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When You Burn Fats, Where Do They Go To?

 

Have you ever wondered what happens to those fats when lose weight? It is When you burn fats where do they go to 1 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasna common belief that they change into heat and water. Let`s see what really happens to them.

Triglyceride is the stored form of fat in the body. During the metabolism of fat, triglyceride reacts with water and produces glycerol and fatty acids. Glycerol enters into Krebs cycle to generate energy in the form of ATP (see Beta – Oxidation). Fatty acids react with oxygen and produce CO2, water, and heat.

According to a new study by Australian researchers published in the British Medical Journal in December 2014, the body needs 2.9 kg of oxygen to oxidize 1 kg of fat, which generates 2.8 kg of CO2 and 1.1 kg of water. Based on their research, 84% of triglyceride is exhaled as CO2, and 16% becomes water.

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Banned Fruits Before Exercise:

When it comes to competing at the highest levels or any gym workouts, minor Banned fruits before exercise 2 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasn caasnchanges in your dietary habits could certainly impede your performance.

Fruits high in tannins are banned before any sports competitions and gym workouts. They are quincepersimmon (especially unripened), chokeberries, and pomegranate. The skin of banana also contains tannins. The strange taste in mouth after having persimmon or quince is due to tannins, which usually bind to the proteins in saliva, causing them to aggregate and resulting in a dry feeling in the mouth.

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