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Does small body fat percentage value mean circulation of more lipid in blood stream?

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Created September 16, 2012 at 10:36 AM

7 % body fat percentage would correlate with small fat tissue and large muscle tissue in body. Does it mean a higher lipid and glucose circulation in blood stream after a meal, as the body can not store considerable amount of energy in fat cells? Or it can be stored as Glycogen in lever and muscle tissue?

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Agreed. Rapid weight loss is stressful, and typically results in adverse lipid panels...but only in the short run.

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No. Your body fat is the amount of fat you currently have stored. It has nothing to do with whether and to what extent you can store body fat (take it from me I went from 35% to 10% bf. I can definitely store more than I currently have). Loosing weight has been correlated to higher lipid circulation, but that ends when the weight loss ends.

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on October 14, 2012
at 02:35 PM

Agreed. Rapid weight loss is stressful, and typically results in adverse lipid panels...but only in the short run.

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