Cutting calories and exercise alone are not enough to help shift excess weight, a new study reports. Researchers report your gut bacteria and the amount of specific proteins your body produces affects your ability to lose weight and sustain weight loss. Depending on personal biomarkers, so people lose more weight following a low carb diet, while some lose more weight while on a low fat diet.
Those who report trouble sleeping are at increased risk of poor cardiometabolic health problems which can lead to type 2 diabetes.
Excess fat from a mother's high-fat diet triggers immune cells to over-consume serotonin in the brains of developing males, leading to depression-like behaviors in the offspring.
A new study links daily eating to mortality risk. Those over 40 who eat one meal a day have a higher mortality risk. Those who skip breakfast are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease-associated death, and those who eat meals less than 4.5 hours apart have increased mortality risks.
Higher levels of glutathione in the nucleus accumbens correlated with better and more steady performance in motivation-based tasks. Findings suggest improvements in accumbal anti-oxidant function that can be acquired via diet or supplementation may be a feasible approach to help boost motivation.
A genetic form of frontotemporal dementia is associated with abnormal lipid accumulation in the brain fueled by disrupted cell metabolism. The findings could pave the way for new targeted therapies for FTD.
The pioneering "soleus pushup" effectively elevates muscle metabolism for hours, even when sitting.
Blood metabolites related to sugars were associated with older adults' global cognitive function across different races and ethnicities.
Researchers reveal significant differences in gut bacteria in patients with multiple sclerosis compared to those without the autoimmune disease. The study also uncovered novel mechanisms by which the bacteria may influence the disease.
Exploring systemwide intracellular metabolic cooperation as a mechanism for learning offers promise for a better understanding of how memory and learning occur in the brain.