Thursday, December 8, 2016

Discovered, Stews Sweet Water Efficacious Streamline

In terms of weight loss, to be honest we want instant results. Not long ago, a scientist from Japan found that instant way, by drinking boiled water yam!

Protein waste products in a potato stew it managed to suppress appetite in mice. Experts from the Japanese believe their findings can be applied to humans.

The Japanese researchers fed two groups of mice with a diet rich in fat. One group was given peptide potatoes with higher levels. These peptides generated by digestion of the enzyme protein in the water during the boiling process.

After 28 days the animals were weighed. Liver and fat tissue mass they measured. Cholesterol and triglycerides and leptin was calculated.

Experts from the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Tsukuba also measure adiponectin which measures the metabolic syndrome. Researchers found that rats fed a potato peptides significantly lower weight. It was also found the mice had higher levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, leptin and adiponectin lower.

Lead investigator, Dr. Koji Ishiguro said, "We're wasting a lot of water at any time leftover boiled potatoes that contain protein. Our hypothesis, these proteins can affect body weight, fat tissue and other factors."

"Finding alternative uses protein in the former potato cooking water beneficial to both the environment and industry as well as potentially good for health," he added.

He concluded, "We are surprised that the peptide potatoes can reduce the levels of fat molecules in mice. It appears that the substance is a molecule involved in controlling appetite suppressant."

"These results are very promising ,, because it gives the option to use the remaining waste rather than throw them away. We hope this sweet peptides useful for functional food ingredients in the future," he added.

Not yet known how much the rats were given the peptide potato during the study 28 days. However, the present invention is believed to be applicable to humans since mice and humans are biologically the same. But the researchers stressed further research is needed to explore further this research.

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