presents episode 1090 | Dr Nadir Ali
Low Carb Denver podcast
Study, obese women, 55 min. exercise 3/week, both
-strength & aerobic training…
Results: lost no weight; lean mass up a little
-resting metabolic rate: burning more calories
-fat oxidation higher
-carb oxidation down
Question: mesolimbic dopamine system improve w/ exercise?
-no human studies [due to corrupt big-food]
Mice study: given high fat/high sugar for 12 weeks, then
-exercise v sedentary groups for 8 weeks
-weight went down
-visceral fat dropped
-better glucose handling
Baseline of dopamine in brain of
Obese & sedentary mice much lower
-but obese & exercise: dopamine levels improved
-given pleasure food: obese & exercise: dopamine UP
PCG1alpha [ATP function]
-up in hippocampus
-up in frontal lobe
-up in mid brain
“Likely would not need to
do bing eating!”
Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/4-fQJAifTg0?si=w0wgsIPqM8zxxchu
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