• Gut bacteria

    How A Single Genetic Change in Gut Bacteria Can Affect our Metabolism

    Gut flora or gut bacteria is the community of organism which lives in our digestive system. These microbes have incredible potential to affect our physiology, both in health and in diseases like the development of obesity and metabolic diseases such as diabetes. A new study showed changes in metabolism and reduction in weight gain in mice on deleting a single…

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  • junk food

    Reason Why We Always Tempted By The Junk Food

    The sweet candies chocolates and fried food which we try to keep away from, which are considered bad for our body but in weak moments we can’t help ourselves from munching on them. At Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research in Cologne, scientists have found an explanation for this behavior, this food rich in carbohydrates and fats affect the reward…

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  • Weight Loss

    Pill Identic to Weight Loss Surgery-A Potential Treatment For Diabetes

    Bariatric surgery is the weight loss surgery which helps in significant weight loss for long-term as well as recovery from diabetes type 2. Still, there is relatively less number of patient who undergoes this surgery despite having so many health benefits improvements in quality of life and diabetes remission. A new study published in Journal Nature Material led to the…

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  • fat cells

    Your Body’s Fat Cells seem to Memorize Your Unhealthy Diet

    A new study done by the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research at the University of Copenhagen shows that it takes only 24 hours for the precursor fat cell to reprogram itself and drop out from the  track of becoming a mature fat cell This reprogramming arises when cells come in contact with the fatty acid palmitate or…

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  • ATP Synthase

    Researchers Unfolded the Structure of Enzyme ATP Synthase

    The new study led by the team of researchers of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science has resolved the structure of enzyme which makes ATP i.e. mitochondrial ATP synthase structure. This research lifted the barrier to understanding their function in disease and drug mechanisms. ATP synthase is an enzyme that produces the energy storage molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP). As…

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