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Neue Studien beweisen die tödliche Verbindung zwischen Alkohol, Gewicht und Lebererkrankungen bei Frauen
Date:4/24/2013

AMSTERDAM, April 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Forschungsergebnisse, die heute beim International Liver Congress[TM] 2013 bekannt gegeben wurden, zeigen die tödliche Wirkung von Alkohol und Körpergewicht auf Lebererkrankungen.

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Frauen sollten auf Wein und Donuts verzichten, nachdem eine neue Studie ergeben hat, dass die schädliche Kombination aus hohem Alkoholkonsum und hohem Body-Mass-Index (BMI) das Risiko chronischer Lebererkrankungen erhöht. In der Studie wurde eine Gruppe von über 107.000 Frauen analysiert, um herauszufinden, inwieweit Gewicht und Alkoholkonsum bei Frauen die Wahrscheinlichkeit einer chronischen Lebererkrankung und des tödlichen Ausgangs einer solchen Erkrankung beeinflussen. [1]

Laut Dr. Daniele Prati , Mitglied des Wissenschaftsausschusses der EASL, liegt diesen Forschungsergebnissen eine umfassende Studie zugrunde, bei der die kombinierten Auswirkungen von Alkoholkonsum und BMI auf die Leber untersucht wurden.

Dr. Prati erklärte: "Es ist allgemein bekannt, dass Alkohol und Körpergewicht die wesentlichen Ursachen für chronische Lebererkrankungen sind, aber es bestand die Notwendigkeit einer großangelegten Studie, um die Wechselwirkungen dieser Faktoren untersuchen zu können. Interessanterweise ergab die Studie, dass das Zusammenspiel von Trinkgewohnheiten und Gewicht bei Frauen beträchtliche Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit der Leber und die Lebenserwartung hat."

Bei mehr als 107.000 Frauen aus dem ganzen Vereinigten Königreich, die an der Studie teilnahmen, wurde ein niedriger oder hoher BMI (<25 oder ≥ 25) und ein niedriger oder hoher Alkoholkonsum (zwischen 0-15 oder mehr als 15 Einheiten pro Woche) festg
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SOURCE The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL)
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