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So you usually overeat. And here you are in the optimal diet for yourself.�
The energy that was still spent on digesting heavy and excessive food for you went “out”, the natural drowsiness for “overeating” disappeared, and the innervation of the body increased…
Maintain this mode: optimal for yourself. Your brain and body themselves know what they need: they are guided by them, and not by the standard generally accepted recommendations….
At the moment when you start to want to eat, the body goes through physiological processes that can be called a general term – hunger.�
If the body needs energy, fat can be broken down, transported to the tissues, and oxidized there, providing the cells with the main fuel – ATP. This method is low-power, it is not suitable for overcoming any heavy load. As soon as the body begins to experience an even greater lack of energy from outside (i.e., the amount of glucose and amino acids in the blood decreases) and move more, the hormones released into the blood-glucagon, ACTH, catecholamines, etc. – actively “start” the breakdown of fat. However, fat is not the only source of energy for our cells. For example, the main fuel for the brain is glucose. The brain is an extremely “insatiable” organ: it spends about 20% of all the energy consumed by the body. But the reserves of this “fuel” for the brain are very small.
That is, in a situation of partial or complete hunger, two parallel processes occur in the body: the breakdown of fat for energy supply to the entire body (except for nerve cells) and the breakdown of protein for the production of glucose from it, which provide your activity. But this activity is always short-lived)