Low copper levels linked to fatter fat cells

Low copper levels linked to fatter fat cells Low copper levels linked to fatter fat cells In studies of mouse cells, researchers have found that low levels of cellular copper appear to make fat cells fatter by altering how cells process their main metabolic fuels, such as fat and sugar. Haojun Yang, Martina Ralle, Michael…

Camu Camu may increase metabolism through the Gut Microbiome

Camu Camu may increase metabolism through the Gut Microbiome Camu Camu may increase metabolism through the Gut Microbiome The researchers found that camu camu improved glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity and reduced the concentration of blood endotoxins and metabolic inflammation. “All these changes were accompanied by a reshaping of the intestinal microbiota. Fernando F Anhê,…

Protein Supplements With Meals, better for weight control?

Protein Supplements With Meals, better for weight control?   A new systematic review of available evidence indicates that consuming protein supplements with meals may be more effective at promoting weight control than consuming supplements between meals in adults following a resistance training regimen. Citation: Joshua L Hudson, Robert E Bergia, Wayne W Campbell. Effects of…

Rutin a Powerful Metabolism Activator

Rutin a Powerful Metabolism Activator Rutin a Powerful Metabolism ActivatorRutin has been discovered to dramatically activate the BAT (brown adipose tissue) in our bodies to increase metabolism and facilitate weight loss.Citation: Rutin ameliorates obesity through brown fat activation. The FASEB Journal, 2016; DOI: 10.1096/fj.201600459RR

Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells

Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells Researchers were looking for ways to prompt fat cells to activate thermogenesis, turning the fat-burning processes back on. They discovered that Cinnamon may be an easy and readily available way to do just that. Cinnamaldehyde induces fat cell-autonomous thermogenesis…

Obese stomachs tell us diets are doomed to fail

Public release date: 16-Sep-2013 [ Contact: Amanda Page amanda.page@adelaide.edu.au 61-882-225-644 University of Adelaide The way the stomach detects and tells our brains how full we are becomes damaged in obese people but does not return to normal once they lose weight, according to new research from the University of Adelaide. Researchers believe this could be…

89th Health Research Report 14 SEP 2010 – Reconstruction

Health Research Report 89th Issue 14 SEP 2010 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano http://www.vit.bz http://www.youtube.com/vhfilm  http://www.facebook.com/engineeringevil http://www.engineeringevil.com   http://www.healthresearchreport.me  Editors Top Five: 1. Ghostwritten articles overstate benefits of hormone replacement therapy and downplay harms 2. Journal editors question sale of diet pill Meridia 3. BMJ report into top-selling diabetes drug raises concerns about the drug regulatory system 4. Liver…

Probiotics help gastric-bypass patients lose weight more quickly, Stanford study shows

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Diane Rogers donut@stanford.edu 650-723-3900 Stanford University Medical Center STANFORD, Calif. — New research from the Stanford University School of Medicine and Stanford Hospital & Clinics suggests that the use of a dietary supplement after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery can help obese patients to more quickly lose weight and to…

59th Health Research Report 23 JUN 2009 – Reconstruction

  Editors top five: 1. Eli Lilly and Zyprexa Under the Spotlight (criminal activity) 2. Dioxins in Food Chain Linked to Breastfeeding Ills 3. Children susceptible to pesticides longer than expected, study finds 4. ‘Cannabis alters human DNA’ — new study 5. Successful weight loss with dieting is linked to vitamin D levels   In…

Low-carb diets prove better at controlling type 2 diabetes: Diabetes medications were reduced or eliminated in 95 percent of volunteers

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Debbe Geiger Debbe.Geiger@duke.edu 919-660-9461 Duke University Medical Center DURHAM, NC — In a six-month comparison of low-carb diets, one that encourages eating carbohydrates with the lowest-possible rating on the glycemic index leads to greater improvement in blood sugar control, according to Duke University Medical Center researchers. Patients who followed…

47th Health Research Report 06 JAN 2009 – Reconstruction

  Editors Top Five:   **Holiday Light Version   In this issue:   1. Common food additive found to increase risk and speed spread of lung cancer 2. Another reason to avoid high-fat diet — it can disrupt our biological clock 3. Nutrigenomics — developing personalized diets for disease prevention 4. Grape-seed extract kills laboratory…