Sunday, September 15, 2019

Visceral Fat

Be Careful: If the amount of fat in your intestines is high, be careful because the fat present in the intestines increases the risk of many diseases.

Fat in the intestines increases the risk of many diseases

Visceral Fat
Visceral Fat


Hidden fat increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease in women. Haliya research has claimed. Scientists have estimated that fat is present in more than 3,25,000 people, which surrounds the organs near the abdomen. This fat present near the organs inside the body increases the risk of type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure and heart attack, especially in women.

Men less risk- 

According to research, women accumulate an extra one km of fat on their organs, increasing their risk of health problems by up to 7 times. At the same time, this risk is double in men. However, there is no clear information about this difference between women and men. Lead researcher Asa Johansson said, "We were surprised that fat was more at risk for women than men." The risk of diabetes increased by 7 times in an extra kilo of women.

                 In the US and UK, it accounts for a quarter of deaths from heart disease. Type-2 diabetes is also a serious problem and 500 million people worldwide are struggling with this problem.

Note: - 'Gene is also responsible'
In the second part of the experiment, scientists examined the human genome to identify genes affecting the development of adipose fat. They found that more than 200 gin is involved in this process. Researchers have claimed that large numbers are responsible for increasing fat. These things force people to eat more and live a more sedentary life.