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The role of obesity in damaging organs and tissues not related to fat
 

The role of obesity in damaging organs and tissues not related to fat

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An international team of researchers conducted a study to analyse the link between obesity and physically distant diseases.
 
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10 Jul 2016 - General
 
I do not know the most current or the complete details of fats vis a vis health. However, basically fats lead to abnormal metabolism in our body, Obesity leads to metabolic syndrome which lead to problem with glucose metabolism, primary hypertension, hyperlipidemia, high uric acid level. All these in turn leads to arterial wall stiffening, arteriole constriction through reduce nitic oxide, arterial plaque formation etc. So any organs can developed ischamia and there we have all our ishaemic hear...
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Various studies have been conducted to know the affect of obesity on the organs of the body where fat is not deposited. It was assumed that problems associated with those organs were related to other factors than obesity. It was observed that the cells and tissues associated with obesity could bring changes on other normal tissues which caused the underlying health problems. There are various conditions in the heart, brain, skin and other main organs of the body which are affected due to obesity...
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