I have, in the past, been given a key piece of information, put it in my pocket and left it there.
This is unforgivable, I know. But if the key is important enough you will have to either go through you pockets or be given another copy.
I am grateful to the rather unpleasant episode with Stephan as it allowed someone to supply me with that replacement key.
Metabolic flexibility is a slight misnomer, it describes a defect in fat metabolism.
I thank Stephan for getting me off my arse.
I thank Nick Lane for Power Sex and Suicide.
I thank M. for getting me to mention metabolic flexibility in comments.
I deeply thank J Staton for doing all of the work for me, reading Hyperlipid and taking the trouble to get the key cut then posting it to me via the comments. Go read.
There is no need to re invent the wheel. After reading the yellow box warning you can read this perfect quote
"This is a long and detailed article, but it’s very important".
And from elsewhere, if the post hasn't been taken down:
"A defect in fat metabolism?" Cracking quote, that one.
This fits with so many things which have become very, very obvious to me over the years. Neatly, logically, tidily.
Peter, the shoe-horner with the inappropriate prefix.