In the early stages of neurodegenerative diseases, microglia consume glucose to a greater extent than previously believed. The findings may serve as a new biomarker for a range of neurodegenerative disorders.
A new study traces the mechanisms that link environmental signals and our circadian clocks.
For postmenopausal women, eating 100g of chocolate within an hour of waking in the morning helped burn body fat and decrease blood sugar levels.
Disregarding lab animals' circadian rhythms can hamper reproducibility, validity, and reliability of research, researchers say.
A new study reveals people who experience larger dips in blood sugar hours after eating end up feeling hungrier and eat hundreds of more calories a day than those who experience lower blood sugar dips.
Drinking a cup of strong coffee an hour before exercise, especially in the afternoon, increases fat-burning.
Mouse study reveals maternal exercise during pregnancy reduced the transmission of metabolic disorders from obese parents, whether the disorder was apparent in the father or mother.
During vigorous exercise, the body produces large amounts of the hormone GDF15, but the quantity is not sufficient enough to affect behavior or appetite.
Exercise promotes the hypothalamus to release MOTS-c. Mitochondrial encoded MOTS-c interacts with the nuclear genome and regulates both cell metabolism and the stress response.
Better glucose uptake compensates for age-related motor deterioration and extends lifespan in fruitflies.