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RE: A Question

The body burns all sources of fuel, fat, glycogen, and protein. The problem 
with eating a day's worth of 1500 calories of fat is that fat is stored 
very easily. No conversion is needed to store fat. With Carb's they are 
converted then stored. The conversion process uses some of the calories in 
the grams of carbs to convert them to fat, but, the excess carbs will still 
be stored as fat. To lose fat, it's a bit more than what you eat, it's also 
what you burn. The muscles burn glycogen very easily, so the carbs will 
burn with almost a minimal effort. To burn fat takes much more effort. In a 
nutshell use the big muscles, get your heartrate to at least 65% of max and