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Soy protein can lower fat accumulation in liver

IANS
The Pioneer
Monday, April 23, 2012

Washington - Eating soy protein could significantly lower
fat accumulation in the livers of obese patients by
partially restoring the function of a key signalling
pathway in the organ, according to a research at a US
university. Hong Chen, assistant professor of food
science at the University of Illinois, said: "Almost a
third of American adults have fatty liver disease, many
of them without symptoms. Obesity is a key risk factor
for this condition, which can lead to liver failure."

Consuming soy protein, drawn from soybean as also from
such sources as tofu and yogurt, appears to alleviate
some of the stress on fatty livers, Chen said.

For her study, Chen compared fat accumulation in the
livers of lean and obese rats, which were assigned to
either a diet containing casein, a milk-based protein, or
a diet containing soy protein, for 17 weeks after
weaning.

Fat is metabolised in the liver, and in those who are
obese the transfer of fat to adipose tissue can slow down
to the point at which the liver becomes a dumping ground
for excess fat, she said, according to an Illinois
statement.

"When the fat accumulates in an organ that's not supposed
to store fat - like the liver, that organ's vital
function can be dangerously compromised," Chen noted.

While diet had no effect on the liver profiles of lean
animals, the obese rats that were fed soy showed a 20
percent reduction in triglycerides and overall fat
accumulation in the liver, leading Chen to believe that
soy protein could be used to alleviate the symptoms of
fatty liver disease.

A triglyceride is an ester derived from glycerol and
three fatty acids. There are many triglycerides:
depending on the oil source, some are highly unsaturated,
some less so.

These findings were presented at the annual meeting of
the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, held with the Experimental Biology 2012 meeting
in San Diego on Sunday.

More at:

http://dailypioneer.com/home/online-...-in-liver.html

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

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On Apr 23, 4:48*pm, and/or www.mantra.com/jai (Dr.
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Soy protein can lower fat accumulation in liver

IANS
The Pioneer
Monday, April 23, 2012

Washington - Eating soy protein could significantly lower
fat accumulation in the livers of obese patients by
partially restoring the function of a key signalling
pathway in the organ, according to a research at a US
university. Hong Chen, assistant professor of food
science at the University of Illinois, said: "Almost a
third of American adults have fatty liver disease, many
of them without symptoms. Obesity is a key risk factor
for this condition, which can lead to liver failure."

Consuming soy protein, drawn from soybean as also from
such sources as tofu and yogurt, appears to alleviate
some of the stress on fatty livers, Chen said.

For her study, Chen compared fat accumulation in the
livers of lean and obese rats, which were assigned to
either a diet containing casein, a milk-based protein, or
a diet containing soy protein, for 17 weeks after
weaning.

Fat is metabolised in the liver, and in those who are
obese the transfer of fat to adipose tissue can slow down
to the point at which the liver becomes a dumping ground
for excess fat, she said, according to an Illinois
statement.

"When the fat accumulates in an organ that's not supposed
to store fat - like the liver, that organ's vital
function can be dangerously compromised," Chen noted.

While diet had no effect on the liver profiles of lean
animals, the obese rats that were fed soy showed a 20
percent reduction in triglycerides and overall fat
accumulation in the liver, leading Chen to believe that
soy protein could be used to alleviate the symptoms of
fatty liver disease.

A triglyceride is an ester derived from glycerol and
three fatty acids. There are many triglycerides:
depending on the oil source, some are highly unsaturated,
some less so.

These findings were presented at the annual meeting of
the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, held with the Experimental Biology 2012 meeting
in San Diego on Sunday.

More at:

http://dailypioneer.com/home/online-...tness/59873-so...

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti

o o o

About the terrorist Goon Squad:

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tries his best to be a bully --
telling others what and when to post, where to post and
where not to post, deliberately publishing lies about
others, stalking and abusing them with hate speech -- but
fails miserably. He is really stressed out, and like his
lap dog Prem Thomas (who currently posts as "P. Rajah"
, and issues *death threats* to people),
is priming himself for conditions such as stroke and
heart disease. Others in the Goon Squad include
Dayashankar M. Joshi "DMJoshi" who
displays unquestioning obedience to Goon Squad thugs, and
the instigator who posts as "Bholu"

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the soy chemical should help make you impotent so that
way you'll be able to focus on posting to the usenet.


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