The cause of obesity; Stomach-feeding microscopic creatures
An important link between our intestinal microenvironment and obesity has emerged, which is being further researched. Photo: File
Georgia: Certain microbes have been discovered in our stomach and intestines which at some point make us fat by increasing body fat. Scientists are now close to understanding this whole molecular process and process.
Dr. Dan Jones, a biochemist at Emory University, says that by researching the presence of microscopic organisms in the stomach, such as bacteria, and obesity, we can make significant progress in our dietary preferences and in the treatment of obesity.
Over the years, there has been a great deal of new research into the major microbiota in the gastrointestinal tract and its effects on mental illness, general health and self-life. Experts now insist that as some microbes grow, obesity spreads like a plague.
If the major causes of obesity are examined, then genetic sciences, environment, lifestyle, diet and above all, gastrointestinal disorders play an important role.
After researching on mice, scientists turned to humans. A study of 214 people found that obese people had an excess of one delta velrobetin in their blood. In some cases, it has been shown to increase by up to 40% in normal humans.
But keep in mind that some types of micronutrients increase Delta Vellobetin and they continue to increase body fat through a complex process. That is to say, there is a deep connection between gastrointestinal ulcers and delta velrobatin which is quietly making us fat.
But the process still needs to be fully understood so that any obesity-based therapy can be devised on this basis.