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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Jet Lag The Trigger Weight Gain

Long-distance travel by time difference which is much telampau sometimes makes the body wracked by jet lag. As a result, normal body rhythm changes and not being able to balance with the new time due to travel long distances. Condition of jet lag causesthe sufferer is very uncomfortable.

According to recent research, the jet lag can disrupt the circadian rhythm (the body's natural clock) a person, who can change the composition of intestinal microbes and cause obesity and other metabolic problems.

Research conducted by scientists in Israel studying samples of feces of mice and humans at different times of the day and found the rhythmic fluctuations (changes up and down) in the number of intestinal microbes.

When the mice experienced changes to dark-light activity and abnormal eating habits,the rhythm is missing. Changes in gut microbes that same dirt samples also looks attwo people who traveled from the United States to Israel.

"Additional high-fat diet that is consumed on the go and there is the risk of a persondeveloping a certain condition, such as diabetes, also increased when the person isexperiencing jet lag," said the team of researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science.

The findings, published in the journal cell, is expected to be a reference to create a newtherapy to reduce the risk of obesity and metabolism than those who travel often andshift workers, as quoted Torontosun.

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