Saturday, 10 October 2015

inflammation, obesity and diabetes

http://www.sciencemag.org/content/339/6116/155

 UN goals on diet-related disease will fail to be met because of the soaring numbers of people becoming obese or overweight, with almost 1 billion of the world’s adults projected to be obese by 2025, analysis shows.

Further to this worrying news, parents tend to fail to recognise obesity or overweight in their children.

Today, there is strong scientific evidence that inflammation, obesity and diabetes type II are interlinked.(see also here).

Therefore, our current research efforts are focused on how to inhibit inflammation and all its knock-on effects.

Yannis Zabetakis




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