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Take a Break Inbetween Exercise

...creased the lipolysis. There was also enhanced fat oxidation in the recovery period of the Repeated trial than in the Single trial, but this result may be because the free fatty acids concentration was already high before the recovery period. ConclusionsThe American College of Sports Medicine recommends mode...

Myths About Hydropower Projects Exposed

...s of methane generation and emission is due to the oxidation of methane as it rises from the bottom of a reservoir to its surface. "Large dams in India are responsible for about a fifth of the country's total global warming. These dams are the largest global warming contributors compared to all other nations...

Effects of 'starvation Hormone'-Newly Identified in Low-carb Diets

...might work through this mechanism] to increase fat oxidation in the liver,' said Maratos-Flier, noting that the rise in obesity has contributed to a growing epidemic of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.Mammals survive periods of nutrient deprivation by shifting from carbohydrates to so-called ketone bodies as ...

A Novel Target for Type-2 Diabetes Atk2

...er of a diabetic might be fooled into stopping the oxidation of fat stores. Muscle and fat tissue also burn fat stores, and we are currently investigating whether PGC-1a and Akt2/PKB have the same role in those tissues, says Birnbaum. The researchers also found that insulin-stimulated phosphorylation of PGC-...

New Genetic Biomarkers Could Predict Coronary Heart Disease

...type-2 diabetic. Diabetics are more susceptible to oxidation and inflammation which could be the one of the reasons for telomere shortening and so an early indication of their telomeres starting to shorten could indicate the onset of diabetes and ultimately be a predictor for CAD. In other words, telomere shor...

Specially Developed Proteins Could Help Resist Ageing

...ns could strengthen cells and protect them against oxidation oxidation is considered a major cause of ageing. In small-scale studies, Mikhail Shchepinov, a former Oxfor...

More Support for Zinc-antiatherogenic Link

...chnique to include the quantitation of cholesterol oxidation products in the same sample. Halliwell's team f... also observed that elevated levels of cholesterol oxidation products (5,6-alpha and beta cholesterol epoxides, 7beta-hydroxycholesterol, 7-ketocholesterol) in a...

Oleic-acid-rich Sunflowers Give Trans-fat Alternative - Study

...formed better than the regular oil for measures of oxidation rate, lipid oxidation, formation of volatile off-flavours, and thermal stability. In general, the corn oil was most stable for these measures, they note. "Genetically modified high oleic sunflower oil had a higher oxidative stability during stora...

Study Finds Astaxanthin Is Potent Inhibitor of Oxidation in Cell Membrane Model

...prove, or augment, the restoration of the cellular oxidation balance (i.e. redox status) of mitochondria and ce...s probably will work by recalibrating the cellular oxidation balance in order to blunt the cell and tissue inflammatory response to injury and limit damage to th...

Pick Apples for Good Neurological Health, Says New Research

... helped to reduce cellular death that is caused by oxidation and inflammation of neurons. This finding was p...hat improve cognition and memory via inhibition of oxidation in the brain. Source-Newswise SRM...

Pomegranate juice may cut atherosclerosis risk in diabetics

...igating the effects of pomegranates on cholesterol oxidation and cardiovascular diseases. The antioxidant and...e was the first to prove inhibition of cholesterol oxidation and arteriosclerosis by consumption of red wine. Decrease in risk of Alzheimer's disease, prostate...

Walnuts May Help Fight Fat and Keep Arteries Supple

...elp to hinder the commencement of inflammation and oxidation in arteries triggered by a meal rich in saturated ...en required. Fat molecules prompt inflammation and oxidation in arteries causing hardening of vessel walls which can eventually cause hardening of the arteries a...

Antioxidant-Rich Pecans Protect Against Unhealthy Oxidation in the Body

... pecans to your diet each day may inhibit unwanted oxidation of blood lipids// , thus helping reduce the risk o...e pecan-enriched diets significantly reduced lipid oxidation (by 7.4 percent) versus the Step I diet. Oxidation levels were evaluated using the TBARS test, which...

Molecule responsible for age associated macular degeneration identified

...he area of lipid research. His work centers on the oxidation of lipids in the body that contributes to a host of diseases including glaucoma, keratitis and other eye diseases as well as Alzheimer's disease, atherosclerosis, autism and end-stage renal disease. He discovered many chemical transformations that oc...

A Serving of Exercise After That Saturated Fat

...onsumption of a high-fat meal." Wallace said the oxidation of high-fat meals causes oxidative stress markers that harm the arteries and contribute to such conditions as heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's and cancer. Their research shows that physical activity counteracts this oxidative effect. The next ste...

Elusive Step In DNA Mutation Uncovered By Researchers

...ng a hole in place of the scavenged electron. Such oxidation events can be caused by natural processes occurring in the body, or by ionizing radiation. It's well known that the ionization hole can travel long distances of up to 20 nanometers along the base pairs that form the rungs of the DNA ladder (discussed...

Apple Juice May Keep Alzheimer's Away

...hat improve cognition and memory via inhibition of oxidation in the brain. Those results encouraged Shea to evaluate the neurotransmitter effect, as is done in the current study. Medications given to humans with Alzheimer's disease have been shown to inhibit the production of specific enyzmes (cholinesterase i...

Scientist Optimistic In Breakthrough For Causes Of Neurodegenerative Diseases

...ve diseases// is linked to a natural by-product of oxidation called nitration. It was explained that Parkinson'...find the exact connection between the processes of oxidation and the neurodegenerative diseases. "We looked at a healthy brain and found nitration of proteins ...

Reaping the Benefits of Tomato

...ty and even osteoporosis. Lycopene prevents the oxidation of low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol as well as reduces the risk of developing atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Cardiovascular disease has been identified as one of the biggest killers in the United Kingdom responsible for one in...

Cut Calories to Age Gracefully

...e molecules known as free radicals and by cellular oxidation and inflammation. )"In a calorie-restricted environment, you reduce the inflammatory response and prevent cell death," Leeuwenburgh said. John O. Holloszy, a professor of medicine in the division of geriatrics and nutritional sciences at Washin...

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