metabolism

The study underscores the urgent need to assess deficiencies in the energy balance model for the prevention and treatment of obesity

In a recently published study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutritionthe researchers highlighted the urgent need to replace highly processed carbohydrates with minimally processed carbohydrates or healthy fats to halt the obesity pandemic that relentlessly continues. Study: Competing paradigms of obesity pathogenesis: energy balance versus carbohydrate-insulin models. Credit: Fuss Sergey/Shutterstock background There are two …

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Study shows white adipose tissue is the most vulnerable organ to metabolic changes associated with obesity

When the body is exposed to a high-calorie diet, the physiological response is not homogeneous and some organs or tissues are more sensitive to metabolic stress. Under these conditions, the white adipose tissue of the abdominal cavity is the most vulnerable organ to obese metabolic changes, according to a new study published in the journal …

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