Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Meat So Cause Obesity Like Sugar

Sugar is one of the foods considered to contribute to the increase in cases of obesity globally. In addition to sugar, the meat also turns out to contribute to the growth of obesity globally.

According to a team of researchers from the University of Adelaide, fat and carbohydrate intake is able to meet their daily energy needs. In addition, fats and carbohydrates are digested much more quickly than proteins like meat.

The condition shows that the energy that comes from the meat will be used later. Or, if the energy is not used, then the energy will be converted and stored as fat in the body which if left unchecked can lead to obesity.

One of the researchers, Wenpeng You, has been conducting research on the availability of sugar and meat globally and its effect on obesity rates in 170 countries. From this research You find a strong correlation between obesity as well as meat and sugar.

To achieve these results, You have previously calculated the differences found in each country. Such a difference include urbanization, physical activity and calorie intake. From these assessments, You noticed that helped flesh 'donate' obesity rates to 13 percent, equivalent to sugar.

"There is an assumption that fat and carbohydrates, especially fat, is the biggest factor that causes obesity," said You, who indicated that one of the findings based on the latest findings, as reported by the Independent.

Head of Unit peneltian Antropoligi Biological and Comparative Anatomy at the University of Adelaide, Professor Maciej Henneberg, aware that their research tends to be controversial. Because, continued Professor Henneberg, their results showed that meat contributes as much sugar in the growth of obesity globally.

Even so, Professor Henneberg show that their findings need to be considered to maintain a healthy lifestyle. From these results, People need to realize that besides the need to avoid excessive consumption of sugar and fat, people also need to avoid excessive consumption of meat protein in order to avoid obesity.

"Based on our findings, we believe that the meat protein in the human diet also contributes significantly to obesity," said Professor Henneberg.

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