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What kind of fats speed up metabolism?

Many people are concerned about how sugar consumption might affect a sugar metabolism.

And saturated fat has been demonized in the last few decades.

But neither of these nutrients are a threat to your health.

In fact, it’s the polyunsaturated fats – vegetable oils and fish oils…

…which cause blood sugar dysregulation and many other modern health problems.

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The animal experiments were carried out at the University of Georgia in the US. The paper was published in The Journal of Nutrition.

The authors of this study were researching the workings of insulin receptors.

Insulin is a hormone released by the pancreas. It helps to shuttle sugar from the blood into the cell.

They wanted to know if fats affected cellular insulin receptors.

“The effects of dietary fat source on epididymal fat cell insulin receptor binding and affinity and on glucose transport and use by genetically diabetic rats were studied.”

The researchers carried out experiments on different groups of male rats.

The rats were fed diets 30% calories from protein. 64% of the diet came from sugar.

It was only the remaining 6% of calories which differed.

“Male rats were fed 6% fat – 64% sugar diets.”

Some rats got primarily beef fat.

Others got only corn oil.

The remainder got mostly menhaden (fish) oil.

“The fat consisted of 1% corn oil plus 5% beef tallow, or 1% corn oil plus 5% menhaden oil or 6% corn oil.”

The lipid/fat content of these oils differ greatly.

Corn oil is mostly polyunsaturated omega 6 (55%).

Menhaden is fish oil, mostly polyunsaturated Omega 3.

Beef tallow is mostly saturated.

Under the current dominant theory of health, the animals fed fish oil as their fat source should fare best.

Those fed beef tallow should fare the worst.

The researchers assessed glucose tolerance a number of times as the animals aged.

“Glucose tolerance was assessed at 100, 300 and 600 d of age.”

They looked at the workings of the insulin receptors too.

“At 100 d of age the fat pads were excised, isolated adipocytes prepared and insulin receptor number, receptor affinity and glucose use determined.”

The different types of fats had no effect on the workings of the insulin receptors.

If insulin is the only factor in blood sugar control then these fats should not affect glucose tolerance.

“Insulin receptor number and binding affinity were not affected by dietary fat type.”

However, the researchers found that different types of fat did affect how the animals used sugar.

Animals fed the saturated beef tallow diet had much greater sugar utilization.

“The transport and subsequent use of glucose were greater in fat cells from rats fed beef tallow compared with those from rats fed corn oil or menhaden oil.”

Or to put it another way, the polyunsaturated fats, vegetable and fish oil impaired blood sugar.

Blood sugar utilization decreased in all the animals over time – but the animals fed saturated beef fat fared much better.

“All three groups exhibited a deterioration in glucose tolerance with age but we observed greater glucose transport, oxidation and conversion to fatty acids in beef tallow-fed rats.”

The study shows that saturated fats are much healthier…

They do not impair blood sugar regulation in the same way that the unstable polyunsaturated fats do.

And the effect of these fats on blood sugar regulation is not due to effects on insulin receptors.

“We conclude that the effects of these dietary lipids are attributable to effects of saturated fatty acids on intracellular events rather than on the insulin receptor per se.”

Other research shows that the types of fats contained in fish and vegetable oil are preferentially stored in triglycerides.

Under stress, these fats are released into the blood where they block the uptake of blood sugar.

“The type of unsaturated fatty acid (omega-3 is of little importance to the regulation of glucose metabolism by isolated adipocytes.”

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

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Belly fat, high blood pressure, diabetes, erections problems, even cancer — all caused by this one metabolic issue…

What is the biggest difference between youth and old age?


Young people are always full of energy and in great health because they have hot, high metabolisms.

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They burn sugar for energy.

However, older men get cold and sluggish and their metabolisms slow down.

And they burn only fat for energy.

And this opens them up to weight gain, erections problems, diabetes, prostate issues, and even cancer.

So how do you restore a hot, high metabolism?

Simple — just use this sippy cup activity to kickstart your body into burning sugar again and enjoy better health and better sex life.


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Dietary fat saturation affects glucose metabolism without affecting insulin receptor number and affinity in adipocytes from BHE rats