How is fat released from adipose tissue?
- Jul 19, 2018 -

The rate at which fat (triglyceride) is released from fat cells is quite slow even during exercise. During the process of free movement, the body or the body is in a state of lack of energy, which stimulates secretion of a hormone. The reaction of lipolytic enzymes, which break down fat, produces three fatty acid molecules and a glycerin. This process is called fat hydrolysis, and the resulting glycerin is water-soluble and dissolves in the blood.

In the process of exercise-stimulating fat hydrolysis, the important hormones are adrenal cortex and adrenal cortex. Exercise can increase the concentration of fatty acids in the blood. In long-term moderate-intensity exercise, the rate of fatty acid oxidation is 10 times that of normal. And the rate of fat synthesis has slowed down.

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