Fatty diet can leader to sever body pain

A study has found that even if you are not obese, do not suffer from diabetes, nor have you been forbidden to live due to any injury. Nevertheless, you may suffer from an unknown chronic pain caused by an "excess of a fat-rich diet."

 

A new study on mice by researchers at the University of Texas suggests that consuming a high-fat diet for a short period of time could possibly be related to obesity or diabetes or a feeling of discomfort without any injury.

 

 

The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, compared the effects of different diets given to two groups of mice for eight weeks. One group was given a normal diet while the other group was given a high-fat diet in such a way that it did not result in an increase in levels of obesity or blood sugar (which can cause diabetic neuropathy and other types of suffering) in the mice.

 

Researchers found in the research that due to a fat-rich diet, a neurological change that explains the transition from severe to chronic pain occurred and allodina was revealed. People suffering from allodina condition also feel severe pain by a slight touch.

 

 

Dr. Michael Burton, one of the authors of the study, said that this research shows that it is not necessary to have obesity, diabetes, pathology or any injury for pain. Eating a fat-rich diet for a short time is enough. Food that almost everyone eats in the United States.

 

In the study, mice suffering from obesity and diabetes were compared with mice whose diets were changed.

 

 

Western foods are rich in fat, which in turn causes obesity, diabetes and related diseases. People who eat high amounts of butter, cheese and meat (beef, mutton, etc.) have a higher amount of free fatty acids in their blood, which causes inflammation




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