swelling of both brain tissue and Deficiency of oxygen in the brain are such conditions, which are capable of dealing with the presence of serious diseases.Which are born due to the accumulation of fat in the liver.
It was published El Heraldo by researchers from the Roger Williams Institute of Hepatology, affiliated with King’s College London and the University of Lausanne.
The analysis examined the association between brain dysfunction and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD); morbidly obese affects at least 80% of people and 25% of the population, approx.
Various reports mention the negative effects of obesity and unhealthy diet. However, they believe that this is often the first analysis to identify a potential therapeutic target and link EhgA to brain impairment.
feeding mice with two different diets was included in the investigation, which was detailed in collaboration with University of Poitiers and the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) in France,
For one, half the mice’s caloric intake was 55% fat. Second, the remainder exclusively ate diets with no more than 10% fat. A diet of sugary drinks and processed foods is similar.
To compare the effects of the mentioned diets on the brain, liver to the body in generalScientists conducted several tests after 16 weeks,
Insulin resistance, brain dysfunction and neoplasms were developed by the mice that ate the highest levels of fat. Furthermore, according to what they found, they were considered obese.
anxiety is sown
Sub-team leader in the Liver-Brain Axis group, at the Roger Williams Institute of Hepatology, and Anna Hadjihambi, honorary professor at King’s College London, stressed the disturbance being sown.
according to the author, “It is very worrying to see the effect on the brain due to the accumulation of fat in the liver.Especially since it often starts mild and can exist quietly for many years without people even knowing they have it.