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Human tests show that the long-term high-fat diet adaptation can increase fat oxidation in the exercise significantly
than high-carbohydrates. Fewer studies focus on single high fat diet on glucose and lipid metabolism and the
change of fat oxidation. This test attempts to use respiratory quotient as an effective indicator to reflect the body's metabolism
of glucose and lipid and evaluate the oxidation of different dietary conditions in order to provide a direct basis for
people’s reasonable diet.