Published on Jun 11, 2018
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Hey guys – Thomas here with a simple breakdown of what proteins, fats, and carbohydrates do within the body so you can understand how you should be using macros to burn body fat. We’ve talked about this in reference to intermittent fasting, but today I’m taking a step back to apply how these 3 key groups work within your body to get you into great shape.
Let’s get right into it:
0:53 – Carbohydrates
Carbs provide your body with 4 calories per gram. Carbs deal with energy use and expenditure. Carbs are made up of sugars – monosaccharides that are individual molecules, disaccharides that are two sugar molecules, and oligosaccharides that are multiple sugar molecules. Once these sugars are broken down into glucose that is able to enter the cells, a series of metabolic reactions convert the glucose to carbon dioxide, water, and ATP.
3:15 – De novo lipogenesis is the process of converting carbs into stored fat.
3:19 – Protein
Protein is a series of amino acids compiled to create complete proteins. One of the main functions of proteins is to produce enzymes.
5:07 – We need protein to create the amino acids that make insulin.
7:01 – Fats
One of the primary functions of fats is to also help with energy expenditure. Along with providing energy, fats deal heavily with the digestion process to create bile. Without bile, we cannot extract key fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A and K.
8:09 – Bile from the gallbladder is triggered by fat in the diet, which helps aid in digestion and absorption of important fats and fat-soluble vitamins.
9:17 – Eicosanoids are hormone-like substances necessary for normal cell function and inflammation regulation and are produced by fats in the diet.
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