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Zusammenfassung

Für die Stammesentwicklung des Menschen war die Fähigkeit, Energie im Fettgewebe zu speichern, wesentliche Voraussetzung für das Überleben. In Zeiten des Nahrungsüberflusses mußten Energiedepots angelegt werden, um in Zeiten der Not für die Bedürfnisse des Organismus mobilisiert werden zu können.

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