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What constitutes a healthy diet?
« on: 15/07/2015 11:58:55 »
[MOD EDIT - SPAMMY LINK REMOVED - SPAM IS NOT CONSIDERED PART OF A HEALTHY DIET]

So, how to eat healthy? Scientists and nutritionists answer questions has been constant exploration. Recent Cell Press Release topics: You Gonna Eat That Appetite and Energy Balance, from its collection in a number of articles reviewed journals, free open reading, to introduce the latest content appetite and energy balance and other aspects?



This era, most of us no longer hungry, but prosperous life so many people become too " mellow " and brought a lot of health problems. Many studies continue to emphasize obesity serious harm to human health , such as obesity-related cancer each year up to 500,000 cases , reduce the life of up to eight years severely obese , obesity and so on dozens of cancer-related.

So, how to eat healthy? Scientists and nutritionists answer questions has been constant exploration. Recent Cell Press Release topics: You Gonna Eat That Appetite and Energy Balance, from its collection in the four reviewed journals, free open reading, to introduce the latest content appetite and energy balance and other aspects?

I'm Eating for Two: Parental Dietary Effects on Offspring Metabolism



This review of the impact of a recent review of the nutritional status of the offspring of parents metabolic type. Obesity was significantly related metabolic disorders and genetic components. Recently, more and more evidence that links maternal diet and different metabolic characteristics between generations. These studies will help determine interventions for metabolic syndrome.
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Evolutionary Genetics: You Are What You Evolve to Eat



Forming food preferences may be related to system development, individual development, and environmental factors. In turn, the diet may be related to the formation of other features. In this Preview, the scientists recalled a recent on how fruit flies have evolved new nutritional needs, and in turn affect the propagation of the report.

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Fasting: Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Applications



Facing obesity, many people will choose to go on a diet. Some studies have shown that fasting, it is not only resistant to various diseases, and even extend the life of some organisms. This review summarizes the cellular changes caused by fasting, including damage and mitigation, and optimizing energy metabolism inflammation of oxidation.

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Role of hypothalamic neurogenesis in feeding regulation



The hypothalamus is the center of energy regulation; studies show that neurogenesis in the hypothalamus is part of the key mechanisms of regulation of food intake. Adult and embryonic neurogenesis are affected by nutrient signaling and metabolic diseases. This review critically discusses recent influence on the formation of hypothalamic regulation of eating adult and other findings.

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Re: Cell: papers about healthy diet, cheers!
« Reply #1 on: 15/07/2015 13:52:30 »
Is there a question here or are you just advertising something?
 

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Re: Cell: papers about healthy diet, cheers!
« Reply #2 on: 15/07/2015 14:59:59 »
Evolutionary Genetics: You Are What You Evolve to Eat


.... In this Preview, the scientists recalled a recent on how fruit flies have evolved new nutritional needs ...

That fly wont be passing on its genes : it's been trapped by a carnivorous sundew plant   [xx(]
« Last Edit: 15/07/2015 15:06:11 by RD »
 

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Re: Cell: papers about healthy diet, cheers!
« Reply #3 on: 16/07/2015 01:20:07 »
Dear Sir or Madam,

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