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  • This is not a normal diet book, and I am not a normal diet book author. I’m not a doctor. Nor am I a nutritionist, psychologist, sports hero, gourmet chef, or any of the other vocations that seem to qualify people to tell you how to lose weight. I’m an engineer by training, a computer programmer by avocation, and an businessman through lack of alternatives. From grade school in the 1950’s until 1988 I was fat—anywhere from 30 to 80 pounds overweight. This is a diet book by somebody who spent most of his life fat....

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  • This is not a normal diet book, and I am not a normal diet book author. I’m not a doctor. Nor am I a nutritionist, psychologist, sports hero, gourmet chef, or any of the other vocations that seem to qualify people to tell you how to lose weight. I’m an engineer by training, a computer programmer by avocation, and an businessman through lack of alternatives. From grade school in the 1950’s until 1988 I was fat—anywhere from 30 to 80 pounds overweight. This is a diet book by somebody who spent most of his life fat....

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  • There are other bizarre and unkind ramifications. For example, the transport of POPs depends on temperature; in a process known as the "grasshopper effect", these chemicals jump around the globe, evaporating in warm places, riding the wind and particles of dust, settling to Earth in cool spots, and then vaporizing and moving on again. As the POPs move away from the equator they encounter cooler climates with less evaporation. The result is a general drift of these pollutants toward the Poles and mountain areas.

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  • This book has been made possible by the contributions of leading scientists and clinicians from upcoming and interdisciplinary fields of research concerning the molecular and clinical features of insulin resistance. Multiple metabolic disturbances associated with Insulin Resistance include inflammatory cytokines, adipokines, endothelial dysfunction, tissue-specific defects in insulin action and signaling, oxidative stress, ectopic lipid deposition, and disordered neuroregulation.

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  • The market prospects for palm oil are closely related to the world market for all oils and fats. The demand for food fats and oils is expected to increase at an average annual rate of 2.7%, ranging from 1.6% in developed to 4% in developing countries. Since 1970, production has increased annually by an average of 4.2%, with palm oil produc- tion growing at an average of 13% up to 1977 and expected to grow by 7% per annum from 1977 to 1985. At present palm oi l represents about 10% of the world's production of fats and oils, but it...

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  • Bamboo contains other organic composition in addition to cellulose and lignin. It contains about 2-6% starch, 2% deoxidized saccharide, 2-4% fat, and 0.8-6% protein. The carbohydrate content of bamboo plays an important role in its durability and service life. Durability of bamboo against mold, fungal and borers attack is strongly associated with its chemical composition. Bamboo is known to be susceptible to fungal and insect attack. The natural durability of bamboo varies between 1 and 36 months depending on the species and climatic condition [Liese 1980].

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  • When I was in college at the University of Toronto and struggling with my own weight (I gained twenty pounds over four years) and constantly in a rush and under deadline, I took shortcuts to get through the day. I’d skip breakfast, suck down coffee after coffee, skip lunch, and then, by day’s end, despite my best efforts to resist, I’d surrender to the siren call of the fast-food restaurant on my way home and hungrily devour a burger and fries, scolding myself the whole time. I blew it again, I’d say. ...

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  • Plasma concentrations of free fatty acids are increased in metabolic syn-drome, and the increased fatty acids may cause cellular damage via the induction of oxidative stress. The present study was designed to determine whether the increase in fatty acids can modify the free sulfhydryl group in position 34 of albumin (Cys34) and enhance the redox-cycling activity of the copper–albumin complex in high-fat diet-induced obese mice.

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  • A food may test positive for glucose but not have enough glucose to taste sweet, or the sweet flavor may be masked, e.g. by a sour flavor. Sweet foods may have little glucose, but significant amounts of other sugars (or artificial sweeteners that bind to taste receptors for sugars). When there is a small amount of a type of molecule (e.g. fat in pretzels) the tests used in this activity may not be sensitive enough to read positive. The results of the protein test for pretzels may be somewhat ambiguous, but if a little bit of pretzel is crushed...

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Obesity-A practical guide" presents the following contents: White adipose tissue - Beyond fat storage, brown adipose tissue and obesity, role of neuro endocrine system in obesity, oxidative stress and obesity, genetics of human obesity, obesity and coronary heart disease, obesity and diabetes,...

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  • Choose ONE of the words or phrases given in the box to fill in the blank of each of the following sentences garlic to your diet! 16. What did the diet of the ancient Greeks mainly include? 17. Does beef have more fat than chicken? 18. Which countries do these foods: Aioli and tzatziki come from? 19. What do they all have in common? 20. According to the passage, what should we eat more often in order to reduce the risk of heart attack? 3. Read the passage and answer the questions below it A key word in the modern American vocabulary is “stress”. Stress is the...

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  • A. PHONETIC I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words. 1) A. fat 2) A. glad 3) A. hour B. any C. gas C. glass C. husband D. hat D. give D. hold B. geography B. happy II. Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words. 4) A. candle anniversary 5) A. relation celebrate 6) A. golden B. adult C. perhaps D. future B. together C. successful D. B. finish C. family D. B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR I. Choose the best answer to complete each sentence. 7) A date...

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  • As a result of adaptation to desert conditions, camels acquire the ability to produce diluted milk. This involves the production of milk with a higher water content when the animal is dehydrated than when it is fully watered. They do this by withdrawing water preferentially from the intestines under the action of prolactin and oxytocin. The ability to dilute milk under similar conditions of water stress has also been demonstrated in women and in cows. Milk dilution is not known in other mammals.

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  • For boys, three social variables accounted for over 70% of the variance in subcutaneous fat after controlling for age: number of siblings, age of the mother’s youngest child, and whether the mother was the senior or junior co-wife, or was married monogamously. These results accord well with parental investment theory. Parents experiencing food stress faced a trade-off between quantity and quality, and between investing in younger versus older offspring. In addition, boys with access to more paternal investment (i.e. no stepmother) were better nourished.

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