Friday, January 8, 2010

Healthier Low Calorie

This is good news for those who used low-calorie diet.However, diet is not too tight.The researchers Mount Sinai School of Medicine found that low-calorie diet can slow aging and the emergence of diseases associated with age.In contrast, high-calorie diet can lead to premature aging and increase the risk of disease because degenaratif trigger oxidative stress.Oxidative stress is a process in which cells of tissue damage and trigger the growth of cancer cells.According to the researchers, limiting consumption of foods will trigger CREB-binding protein (CBP), factors that control the activity of genes regulating cell function.They found that CBP associated with life expectancy of mammals.The key is to find the right balance.Reduction of ten per cent of food will only result in very little improvement in life expectancy.Conversely, reduction of food intake by 80% will shorten the life expectancy due to lack of nutrition..
The question is, how the right balance that?Mobs led the team found, decrease calories by 30 percent will increase the life expectancy of about 50%.Diet is also to slow aging and reduce the risk of the emergence of diseases such as Alzheimer's degenaratif.Mobs team is now trying to find a drug to match the protective effect of CBP.With the drug, life expectancy may be extended and degenaratif disease risk could be lowered.


GeeKs2laS said...

nice article on healthier low calorie...

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