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is becoming popular on a new platform ? “Traditional fermenting allows bad bacteria and there is no scientific way of controlling it. the GSLV rocket slung the 2, Seychelles, Several of her books have also won International Awards. vocalist Ankur Tewari, Though the work was done only in rodents, typically involves limiting food intake by removing part of the stomach or intestines.Yet it does morethan shrink the size of patient’s stomach or intestines It also changes the release of multiple gut-related hormones explains clinical endocrinologist Stephen O’Rahilly of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom who wasn’t involved with the study That’s important because years of eating a diet high in fat and sugar can throw a person’s metabolism into disarray Cells undergo genetic reprogramming that negatively impacts how they process sugar and store fat locking in obesity This pattern makes it harder and harder to lose weight even if a person changes their diet and begins exercising Bariatric surgery interrupts that cycle by stimulating the production of several hormones that reduce blood sugar burn fat and curb appetite (It may also change the composition of the gut’s microbes) Three of these hormones are called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) gastric inhibitory peptide (GIP) and glucagon Cells in your gut release GLP-1 and GIP after a meal to keep your body’s blood sugar levels in a normal range GLP-1 also curbs appetite signaling to your brain that you are full In type 2 diabetes the body stops responding to GLP-1 and GIP which contributes to hyperglycemia or too much blood sugar Hyperglycemia causes the devastating hallmarks of diabetes such as kidney injury cardiovascular disease and nerve damage Glucagon in contrast causes blood sugar levels to rise by telling the liver to convert fat into sugar As hyperglycemia progresses in diabetes the body shuts the hormone off in a presumed attempt to restore sugar balance but that also stymies fat burning In normal people and bariatric surgery patients glucagon lowers fat and can trigger weight loss Existing medications can individually boost the levels of each of these hormones but the drugs have a limited effect on obesity and diabetes For instance GLP-1 drugs only shave off an average of about 27 kilograms in human trials and also have unfortunate side effects like severe nausea and vomiting These challenges have convinced many researchers that “the way forward with obesity drug therapy is hitting more than one gut hormone at once” O’Rahilly says So that’s what endocrinologistMatthias Tschp research director of the Helmholtz Diabetes Center in Munich Germany and colleagues set out to do They engineered a protein that takes structural pieces of GLP-1 GIP and glucagon and merges them into a single molecule To create the hybrid the team started with an engineered protein that combined GLP-1 and glucagon then spent years making small changes to add GIP components Each time a tweak was made the researchers would test the hybrid hormone in cells or mice to see if it still stimulated each hormone pathway By the end they had a drug packed with the power to turn on glucagon GLP-1 and GIP signals but not other hormone systems—an unprecedented feat for obesity drug design When given to obese and diabetic rodents the drug triggered metabolic changes—glucose lowering fat burning and weight loss—to the same degree that bariatric surgery had in previous studies The compound caused the rodents’ body weight to drop by a third on average over 3 weeks and cut their blood glucose in half It also reduced fat mass by a third while keeping healthy lean mass intact Tschp and his colleagues report online today in Nature Medicine “Think of this as an injectable elixir that could reverse obesity and type 2 diabetes by cheating a body into believing that it just received a gastric bypass” Tschp says That means a commercial drug based on this research could potentially confer the benefits of bariatric surgery without the risks of a physical operation The project required some remarkably clever chemistry and is one of the more thorough evaluations of a drug for obesity and diabetes O’Rahilly says though he points out that true test will come in humans ”In the end you don’t throw a party until you have a drug that works in people” 2009 2:45 pm Related News This Oberoi Towers’ screamed the headlines of a million newspapers, The effect of transformational leadership remained significant after accounting for other factors linked to well-being.

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