Exercise creates a special blood molecule that is beneficial for the body, claims research

Exercise creates a special blood molecule that is beneficial for the body, claims research

These days a lot of emphasis is being laid on exercise, yoga, and physical exertion. Medicines are given by doctors in the treatment of almost every disease, as well as special advice is given regarding exercise. In this sequence, scientists from Baylor College of Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine, and affiliated institutions of America did research. It claims to detect blood molecules. They say that these blood molecules are formed during exercise. Along with this, researchers said that along with reducing appetite, obesity can also be reduced.


rat research

The findings of this research done on rats have been published in the journal Nature. This can help to better understand the physiological processes associated with hunger and exercise. According to study co-author Dr. Yong Xu, professor of infant nutrition, molecular and cell biology at Baylor College of Medicine in the US, "It has been proven that regular exercise can improve weight loss, appetite control and improve metabolism." Helps to make. Especially, those who are overweight or who are prone to obesity.

How exercise works at the molecular level

"We wanted to understand how exercise works at the molecular level and is able to provide benefits to our bodies," said Jonathan Long, assistant professor of pathology at the Ford School of Medicine who was involved in the research. The researchers performed a detailed analysis of the blood plasma compound of the rat after it was run on a treadmill. During this, it was found that the most modified amino acid was produced in the rat, which is known as Lac-Fe. It helps in weight loss while reducing appetite by up to 50 percent.

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