Aerobic exercise can effectively prevent abnormal liver
There is no doubt that people who rarely participate in aerobic exercise are prone to obesity and may subsequently develop heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
But scientists have been ignorant of the reasons, a new study published in the journal Physiology shows that low aerobic capacity is associated with non-alcoholic mild liver disease (NAFLD), the key to causing obesity-related diseases, aerobic exerciseCan beat NAFLD.
NAFLD will accumulate abnormalities in the patient’s liver, and the micro-concentration in the patient’s blood vessels is also high, which increases the risk of obesity.
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Sturt pointed out that a small number of liver diseases will be another metabolic disorder associated with obesity and non-exercise, which can also cause type 2 diabetes.
In order to test the relationship between oxidative metabolism and harmful liver, the Sturt team selectively replaced the replacement mouse, which resulted in different aerobic metabolism in the mouse.
After 17 generations of breeding, the “poor aerobic capacity” mice can run an average of 200 meters, while the “aerobic metabolism” mice can run an average of 1,500 meters.
After 25 weeks of birth, these “poor aerobic capacity” mice developed significant NAFLD symptoms: their mitochondria were degraded, their ability to consume slightly was poor, and they accumulated more.
By the time of its natural death, the liver of the mouse has been fibrotic (a precursor to cirrhosis).
In contrast, mice with “aerobic capacity” are very healthy throughout the life.
In fact, the mice did not perform any physical exercise.
This discovery provides for the first time the biochemical relationship between aerobic capacity and unfortunate liver.
The researchers therefore suggested that developing a suitable exercise plan and incorporating it might prevent NAFLD.