July 23, 2004, Newsletter Issue #196: Another Reason Not to Overeat

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It has to do with a hormone called adenosine. Adenosine`s function is to tell the cells to hold onto the stored fat. Another hormone, adrenaline, which is released during exercise, tells the cells to release fat. However, eating too much decreases the ability of the cells to ignore adenosine while exercising. Thus, the fat stays in the cells and less reduction occurs.

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