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Carl Fredrik Ahl

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  1. Hi, I am using the ticwatch s and there are a lot of background services that run in the background that you can see if you look at the apps on the watch. I understand that background services is needed, but I don't know what all of them do and that is enjoying. Can someone plz list all background services and what they do?
  2. Hi, I think triglycerides and glucose are very like each other when they are described. I wonder what's the big difference? Glucose is taking up by cells if energy is needed and so is triglycerides, so what differ?
  3. Hi, I wonder if there is a way for the body to store fat without triglycerides accumulating in the blood.
  4. Oh ok, thx for the answer. Is that any difference on how fast the body can use the fructose as energy and can fructose create the same amount of ATP as glucose can? Are there any other differens with fructose and glucose other than that some people have problem with the absorbstion in the colon as you say?
  5. Hi, I wonder if fructose can be converted to energy (ATP) like glucose can. How does fructose differ from glucose?
  6. Hi, I know that glucose is used to create ATP, now I wonder all different molecules needed to create ATP. I know that creatine enhances ATP production for example and I want to know in what way it does that. Is it making the quantity of other involved molecules to create ATP except glucose!
  7. Hi, I want to grow my hair as fast as possible and I have heared that rice water and cocos oil are we're good for that. I wonder which of them that are the best ans how often and how much you should take it.
  8. Hi, I know that when you eat carbohydrates it comes to the liver as glucose and if the body needs energy the liver sends it to the body parts, and if it doesn't need energy it will be stored as fat. What I wonder is, let's say you have low blood sugar and get some glucose into the liver, then it would give the body energy and then when the body don't need energy anymore it would store it as fat. Is there a limit of time on how long the liver will store the glucose in itself before either giving it to the other body parts or storing it as fat?
  9. Hi, I have got that long as long hair as my neck and when I got so long hair, it got very curly. I have heard that if you cut of dead ends of the hair the hair will grow longer and get less curly. Is this true and if so, why?
  10. Ok, thx for the answer, but can you plz answer my questoin more? Ok cool, thx for the answer, interesting to know, can you plz answer my question more?
  11. Hi, According my understanding, testosterone can make more protein from amino acids that could be made without them. I know that the muscles can't utilize all the protein that you eat. What I wonder is why steroids and testosterone helps building much bigger muscles and why it can do it so much faster when the muscles can't utilize all the protein you eat.
  12. Hi, I've heard that people with more fat on their body has easier to build muscle. Is that true and in that case, why is it like that?
  13. Oh ok thx for the answer!. When I felt hungry and only eat snacks to get glucose into the bloodstream, it made me not feel hungry anymore and gave me energy.
  14. Hi, When the blood sugar goes low, you start to feel hungry and to raise it you eat Carbohydrates for example to get glucose into the bloodstream. What I wonder is why fat people feel hungry when the blood sugar is low because they already have alot of glucose stored in fat. Why doesn't the body use up this before asking for more glucose? Is it a way to get other nutrients into the body but not necessarily carbohydrates?
  15. Thx for the answer. You said that glucose in the muscle is needed for reproducing protein, does this mean that the more glucose is in the muscle, more protein will be found and muscle will build faster and more? So with out energy the muscles can't increase in size and more muscle cells can't be created? Does this mean that the more glucose stored in the muscles, the faster muscle will build and they will build bigger?
  16. Thx for the answer! Now I wonder how come the cells need glucose to stay alive? I thought they only needed it to create ATP to be able to contract. Thx, do you need why each cell need glucose to stay alive? I thought they only needed it to create ATP to be able to contract.
  17. Oh, I understand, so even if the cells don't perform work they need glucose to keep being alive.
  18. Why is this? Can you explain what you mean with metabolic maintenance plz?
  19. Hi, I know that different people have different resting metabolic rate. What I wonder is why a big bodybuilder need more glucose than a skinny guy if they perform the same work while resting. I would understand that the bodybuilder would need more glucose if he is excercising because he has bigger muscle that consumes it, but if they both are resting, why doesn't they need the same amount? And why does the bodybuilder's muscle burn more when he rest?
  20. It's so much to read, can you make a little summary and explain that when you train like this the glycogen storage in the muscle gets bigger and when you train like this, the protein filament in the muscle get bigger and when you train like this, more muscle cells grows plz? It's many hard words that I don't understand. It's to complex according to me.
  21. Hi, I know that when you stress your muscles they get small cracks in them that need to be fixed. I know that the protein filaments can increase in the muscle fibers which making them larger, or new muscle fibers can be created with stem cells (sattelite cells). What I wonder is what determines which of these 2 things happens.
  22. Hi, I know that when you stress your muscles they get small cracks in them that need to be fixed. I know that the protein filaments can increase in the muscle fibers which making them larger, or new muscle fibers can be created with stem cells (sattelite cells). What I wonder is what determines which of these 2 things happens.
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