Exercise should be done when the stomach is empty, this is the reason
Do you know if the sport will positively impact to the body when it’s done when the stomach is empty?
A recent study in the American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism-shows, after eating, adipose tissue “busy” to respond to food and work out the time it will not stimulate changes advantageous to adipose tissue.
A recent review shows the avocado was able to counter the emergence of metabolic syndrome, which is included in a group of risk factors of high blood sugar, cholesterol, high blood pressure, and increased body mass index.
These risk factors have even increased the risk of the emergence of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
In that study, researchers from Iran found that avocado has the most favorable effect of lipid profile, i.e. changing the low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL), high-density lipoprotein (HDL), total cholesterol, triglycerides, and phospholipids.
“This means that exercising in an empty stomach cause changes that are more beneficial to the health of the body in the long term,” said one of the researchers, Dylan Thompson of the University of Bath, United Kingdom.
Researchers found two gene expression, i.e. PDK4 and HSL increases when people fast–not eating, and exercise. However, both of these genes is reduced when they eat before exercise.
The increase shows that fat PDK4 stored in the body is used to fuel metabolism during exercise, not from the new carbohydrate consumed.
While HSL is usually increased when using adipose tissue deposits of energy to support increased activity, such as during exercise.
“This is the first study that shows that eating before exercise affects the adipose tissue gene expression,” the conclusions of studies such as reported by the Times of India.
According to them, the skin, the flesh of the fruit, seeds and avocado leaves have different effects to counteract metabolic syndrome.