Cancer and metabolism

CANCER NEVER RESTS: GENE IMPLICATED IN DISEASE DISRUPTS CIRCADIAN RHYTHM AND METABOLISM NEUROSCIENCE NEWSSEPTEMBER 17, 2015 According to researchers, a cancer causing gene may affect the circadian clock and metabolism by binding to promoter regions in genes responsible for maintaining these biological functions.… READ MORE… BRAIN CANCERFEATUREDGENETICS6 MIN READ BODY PARTS RESPOND TO DAY AND NIGHT … Continue reading Cancer and metabolism

Alcohol Metabolism, in men vs women

Alcohol Metabolism: An Update from the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism We would like to apologize for an outdated and insensitive article on women and alcohol that was here.  The content of the article did not reflect the values of our office.  We are sorry for the harm that the article may have … Continue reading Alcohol Metabolism, in men vs women

Gut Bacteria Influences Metabolism – fermented carbohydates

Gut Bacteria Influences Metabolism Through the Immune System Summary: Digestive enteroendocrine cells use an innate immune pathway to respond to good bacteria by fine tuning metabolism to diet and intestinal conditions, a new study reveals. Source: Boston Children’s Hospital. Research tells us that the commensal or “good” bacteria that inhabit our intestines help to regulate … Continue reading Gut Bacteria Influences Metabolism – fermented carbohydates

Gut microbiota interacts with circadian rhythm to impact metabolism

BODY CLOCK AND GUT MICROBIOTA WORK TOGETHER TO PACK ON POUNDS NEUROSCIENCE NEWSSEPTEMBER 12, 2017 A new Science study sheds light on how the gut microbiota interacts with circadian rhythm to impact metabolism. Researchers say the finding could help explain why those who work night shifts have higher rates of metabolic diseases. … READ MORE… FEATUREDNEUROSCIENCE7 MIN … Continue reading Gut microbiota interacts with circadian rhythm to impact metabolism

Do people with higher metabolism get sick more easily?

Do people with higher metabolism get sick more easily? Connie B. Dellobuono, Health author  Answered just now The way our bodies regulate and manage energy—our metabolism—and our body’s ability to defend itself against pathogens—the immune response—are closely linked because a strong immune response relies on energy, writes Hotamisligil. But an imbalance in this relationship can … Continue reading Do people with higher metabolism get sick more easily?