Friday, October 4, 2019

Fructose-rich diet has bad effects on liver

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Fructose-rich diet has bad effects on liver


Fructose-rich diet has bad effects on liver

Damage to mitochondria from fructose (Fructose) diet: Researchers monitored the dynamics of an important enzyme for fat burning, known as cptp1a. Higher levels of ctp 1a are considered better. This indicates that mitochondria were performing their burning functions correctly. While the high-fat fructose diet had low CPT1a (ctp 1a) levels, which meant mitochondria did not function properly.
A study has shown that high doses of fructose can be harmful to the liver. According to the study, foods with high levels of fructose (processed foods and sugary drinks) may damage the liver's ability to burn fat properly. The study was published in a journal called Cell Metabolism. The study stated that high levels of dietary glucose improved liver fat burning function, while fructose-rich foods had negative effects on fat burning. C. Ronald, a professor of medicine at Howard Medical School, says that the most important thing revealed from this study is that high fructose intake in the diet is bad for health.
          According to the Joslin Diabetes Center's Chief Academic Officer, this is not bad because it is high in calories, but because it is bad because it affects the liver's fat-burning efficiency. This results in the conclusion that the addition of fructose in the diet leads to the accumulation of excess fat in the liver, which is bad for the liver and whole-body metabolism.
                   The study on animals performed a comparative study of the effect of 6 different diets on metabolism. It consisted of a diet containing high fructose, high glucose, high fat, high fat with high fructose, and a high fat-high glucose diet. Researchers analyzed different scales to determine the effects of each diet. The study found that acycleritin production was highest in animals eating high fat and high fructose diets.