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Advances in Research and Applications by G.D. Aurbach and Donald B. Mccormick (Eds.) PDF

By G.D. Aurbach and Donald B. Mccormick (Eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9780080866406

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H. 4% during increased activity. They found only a small increase in thermogenesis in excess of the obligatory cost of storage. , 1975). It was the impression of Dallasso and James that those with the lowest body fat showed the greater thermogenic response, although body composition was not directly measured, and they suggested that more prolonged studies with increased intake of carbohydrate and measurement of body composition were required. Robbins et al. (1979) studied in our laboratory the response to slight overfeeding of a young girl with acquired lipoatrophy and no evidence of subcutaneous fat depots.

1985) Chamber studies of effect of mixed overfeeding on balance and body composition Effect of overfeeding on stepwise NE infusions and cost of exercise Overfeeding, mainly of C (Polycose);body composition determined by total body potassium 9 M 18 M Katzeff et al. (1985) Forbes et al. (1982) 17-19 - Effect on VOz same No effect onVOp - - (Stepwise) - - - No change Per kg Increased - Nochange - Increased No change - - Gain less than intake attributed to errors. Much individual variation Thermic effect un&ected by beta block.

Durnin, who has done much to keep investigators in this field honest, has outlined some of the problems and also criteria for adequate studies (Durnin and Ferro-Luzzi, 1982;Durnin, 1982, 19831,and Jequier (1984)has discussed newer approaches. Advances in technology, including the availability of chambers for indirect or direct calorimetry, have improved the situation, but still have not solved all the problems. These include all the variables considered in Section 11. I have summarized in Table I the studies in normals since Garrow’s review, with apologies to any relevant studies I may have missed.

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