Could this lead to a "flab jab"? Experts are discovering a protein that triggers fat burning in the body and could "banish the stomach even without exercise"
- Researchers say the protein interleukin-6 could trigger fat burning in the body
- People naturally have higher levels of exercise when they exercise float. what triggers fat loss
- Now scientists want to inject it to see if it will burn fat at rest
In Turkey, most people feel full of chocolate and cheese this week in the middle.
But scientists may have found a way to burn your belly without lifting a finger in the future – just with one injection.
Researchers discovered a protein that is naturally boosted during a workout and can be a trigger for the fat burning process.
Now they hope to inject the protein – interleukin-6 – to see if it can burn off flab without any movement.
Researchers compared the effects of physical activity on people on interleukin-6 blockers were, and those who were unable. t. They found that people without the medication lost 8 percent of the fat around their organs, whereas those who ingested the protein blocker instead gained fat
Scientists at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark said interleukin-6 was a "signaling molecule" helps the body cells to communicate.
It is believed that this is what tells the body to burn the energy stored in fat when someone is exercising.
When the study participants took a drug to stop the effect of interleukin-6
Therefore, the researchers suggested injecting the molecule to increase the concentration – the effect that has an effect – could trigger fat burning, even if someone is sitting on the sofa.
I need a deeper understanding of this role of interleukin-6, "said study author and PhD student Anne-Sophie Wedell-Neergaard.
The fat examined by Ms. Wedell-Neergaard and her team was visceral fat – that which builds up aro and internal organs and can cause disease.
People taking the interleukin-6 blocking agent received a higher cholesterol level, suggesting that the protein can also be used in people with high cholesterol levels.
But the researchers said their discovery was no excuse for humans to wait for a miracle kick, and urged people to be active.
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WHAT IS THE GLOBAL OBESITY CRISIS?
Almost a quarter of the world's population will be overweight in less than 30 years, according to a study published in May
If the trend towards obesity continues, it is 22 percent, according to a study The number of people around the world will be severely overweight by 2045, compared to 14 percent last year.
It is expected that every eighth and not the present day of eleven people suffer from type 2 diabetes
Alan Moses of the Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk said: "These numbers underscore the breathtaking challenge the world will face in the future when it comes to the numbers of people who are obese or type 2 have diabetes or both.
"In addition to the medical challenges that these people face, the cost to countries' health systems will be enormous."
People with type 2 diabetes have an average life expectancy of just 55 years, as they have a much higher risk of heart attack, st over and kidney disease.
Tam Fry, a health activist at the National Obesity Forum, said the results were "desperately sad".
"We all know that exercise promotes good health, and now we know that regular exercise also reduces the fat mass in the abdominal area, and thus potentially reduces the risk of contracting disease."
The scientists suspected interleukin 6 is involved in fat loss, because it regulates the energy metabolism.
It also stimulates the breakdown of fats in healthy people and is released from the skeletal muscle during exercise.
But even unhealthy people – such as people with severe obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease – naturally have increased interleukin-6 levels.
It is thought to be a trigger for painful swelling in people with rheumatoid arthritis, suggesting that it has adverse effects on the body as well as fat loss.
"The pathways in immune cells to muscle cells differ significantly," added Ms. Wedell-Neergaard.
"So interle ukin-6 may behave differently in healthy and sick people."
In the 53-person study, researchers compared the effects of exercise between people who received interleukin-6 blockers and those
They The people who did not have any medication lost 8 percent of the fat around their organs, whereas those taking the protein blocker took fat instead.
The researchers want to test whether interleukin -6 decides if the body burns fat or carbohydrates for energy.
The study was published in the journal Cell Metabolism.