Going for It
How does lipolysis work? Lipolysis simply means that you’re burning your fat stores and using them as the source of fuel they were meant to be. The by-products of burning fat are ketones. When your body releases ketones-which it will do in your breath and your urine-it is chemical proof that you’re consuming your own stored fat. Once more, for emphasis: When a person on a safe, controlled carbohydrate plan such as mine is releasing ketones, he or she is in the fat-dissolving state of lipolysis. This process is simply the most efficient path ever devised for getting you slim. And the more ketones you release, the more fat you have dissolved
Lipolysis vs. Glucoses
Many scientists are of the opinion that you need glucose for fuel. That statement is only partially true. Ketones provide the exception. They are derived from fat when lipolysis is occurring, and are the other source of fuel that energizes our cells and powers our brain and other vital organs.
Glucose and ketones are the only two fuels that come from food. (Alcohol is a third fuel.) I find that people understand the concept better when I tell them, “If you’re not in lipolysis, you’re in glucosis.” The two fuel sources are your body’s alternative, completely parallel options for energy metabolism.
Why Does Lipolysis Work?
You’ll remember that insulin’s job is to convert all your excess carbohydrate into stores of body fat. In a normally functioning body, fatty acids and ketones are readily converted from fat tissue to fuel. But in overweight people, high insulin levels prevent this from happening. Most obese people become so adept at releasing insulin that their blood is never really free of it and they’re never able to use up their fat stores. By primarily burning fat instead of carbohydrates, lipolysis breaks the cycle of excess insulin and resultant stored fat. So by following a fat-containing, controlled carbohydrate regimen, you bypass the process of converting large amounts of carbohydrate into glucose. When your carbohydrate intake drops low enough to induce fat burning, abnormal insulin levels return to normal-perhaps for the first time in years or decades.
Hunger Is Reduced
One of the most attractive features of Atkins is that lipolysis, and the resulting production of ketones if you have triggered the secondary process of ketosis, helps suppress your appetite. Frankly, it first attracted me because back in the 1960s, when I was a young doctor with an ever-increasing paunch, I wanted to slim down. But I knew very well that I couldn’t stand being hungry for very long. I had too big an appetite and too little willpower, two facts that haven’t changed much.
The Message of Smooth and Happy Weight Loss
The beauty of lipolysis is that it bypasses the agony of low-calorie dieting. People who’ve been burdened with excess pounds for a long time or who’ve tried weight loss programs often find it very nearly impossible to drop many pounds unless they’re in lipolysis. I’ve treated people who, even on 700 or 800 balanced calories a day, couldn’t lose weight. That’s less than half the normal caloric intake of an average woman. And yet these pounds finally peeled off when these folks began to do Atkins, even though their meal plans comprised of foods totaling even more calories.
Some individuals may experience side effects from ketosis such as bad breath, but the vast majority of individuals do not develop medical problems. Research shows that chronic ketosis without caloric restriction poses no danger to your heart, kidneys, blood or bone health.
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