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Research Found That Metabolism Damage Can Occur As Early As Age 1, Yet the Solution Has Always Been Available
Date:6/13/2013

Vienna, VA (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

Many individuals who feel they are suffering from excessive weight have decided to undergo risky surgical procedures.

Recently, prominent researchers authored an article in the New England Journal of Medicine in which they threw their academic weight behind efforts to find out how to fight obesity and encourage weight loss. However, many of the root causes of obesity have yet to receive adequate public attention.

A recently published study on obesity in marmoset monkeys conducted by the University of Texas San Antonio Health Sciences Center (UTHSC) and the Smithsonian Biology Institute on obesity found a strong link between obesity and their early eating habits. The study found that those monkeys that began eating solid food earlier than usual were significantly more likely to become obese before reaching the age of 1.

This study, was published in the journal Obesity (April 20, 2013). It is entitled “Relationship of food intake behaviors and obesity development in young common marmoset monkeys.” This study was led by Dr. Suzette Tardif, an Associate Professor in the UTSHC who researches cellular and structural biology. In this study Dr. Tardif observed obesity patterns in marmoset for a 30 day period following their birth. She concluded that 30-day-old marmoset infants are the equivalent to human infants who are between the ages of 5 and 8. The overall conclusion of the study was that infants eating solid food are more likely to experience metabolic damage.

Metabolism is determined to play a key role that affects weight. This chemical reaction determines how mu
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