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Overspill of fat shown to cause Type 2 Diabetes – Science Mission

Overspill of fat shown to cause Type 2 Diabetes – Science Mission

Fatty liver? You’re possibly one step away from type 2 diabetes.

Keep an eye on your ALT levels. Ask your doc for a lipid profile blood test and check it today!

http://sciencemission.com/site/index.php?page=news&type=view&id=obesity-diabetes%2Foverspill-of-fat-shown&filter=8%2C9%2C10%2C11%2C12%2C13%2C14%2C16%2C17%2C18%2C19%2C20%2C27

Longevity protein SIRT6 also protects against fatty liver and fatty liver disease – Science Mission

Longevity protein SIRT6 also protects against fatty liver and fatty liver disease – Science Mission

“Fatty liver, or hepatic steatosis, which develops when the body produces too much fat or doesn’t metabolize fat efficiently enough, affects around 25% of the global population. Excess fat is stored in liver cells, where it accumulates and can cause fatty liver and other diseases.

In a study just published in the journal Cell Reports, researchers reveal for the first time that SIRT6, a protein involved in regulating many biological processes such as aging, obesity, insulin resistance, inflammation and metabolism, also plays a crucial role in burning and regulating liver fat metabolism.”

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Modulation of liver glucose output by free or restricted feeding in the adult rat is independent of litter size | SpringerLink

Modulation of liver glucose output by free or restricted feeding in the adult rat is independent of litter size | SpringerLink

“Caloric restriction was effective in decreasing body and fat weights, total cholesterol and LDL. These effects were totally or partially reversed after 30 days of refeeding (groups GRL). During liver perfusion, the high glucose output of the GRs was further enhanced by adrenaline (1 μM), but not by lactate infusion. In contrast, in groups G6L, G12 L, G6RL and G12RL glycogenolysis (basal and adrenaline-stimulated glucose output) was low and gluconeogenesis from lactate was significant. A twofold increase in liver content of PKA in group G6R suggests that liver sensitivity to glucagon and adrenaline was higher because of caloric restriction, resulting in enhanced glucose output.”

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s12986-019-0413-0