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Old 10-12-2009, 02:37 PM
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i'd be curious to what you guys thought about this...i know ALA which is an anti-oxidant has been shown to induce HSP's in those fed a High fat diet...but not in chow diet...this got me thinking...the dose of ALA was 30mg/kg which is a very high dose...so i'm just throwing this out there(haven't read the ALA study in a while, just going by memory)...could they possibly have dosed it so high that the insulin sensitivity they saw in there study was due not to ALA but to the ROS formed from the anti-oxidant turning pro-oxidative? idk, honestly i have a hundred things going through my brain right now, but i can't stop thinking about this...maybe it makes no sense what so ever...any thoughts?
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