Aerobic exercise can effectively prevent abnormal liver
There is no doubt that people who rarely participate in aerobic exercise are prone to obesity and can subsequently cause heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
But scientists have not been able to understand why. A new study published in The Journal of Physiology shows that aerobic metabolism is related to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), which is responsible for obesity-related diseases.The key is that aerobic exercise can repel NAFLD.
NAFLD can accumulate abnormally in the liver of patients, and the trace concentrations in patients’ blood vessels are also high, which can increase the risk of obesity.
Researcher John Missouri State University?
Ford noted that a small number of liver diseases will be another symptom of metabolic disorders related to obesity and inactivity, and it will also cause type 2 diabetes.
In order to test the relationship between oxidative metabolism and harmful livers, the Sford team selectively replaced recombinant mice, which resulted in different aerobic metabolism within the mice.
After breeding for 17 generations, mice with “poor aerobic metabolism” can run an average of 200 meters, while mice with “good aerobic metabolism” can run an average of 1500 meters.
After 25 weeks of birth, these “poor aerobic capacity” mice showed obvious NAFLD symptoms: their mitochondria continued to degenerate, their ability to slightly consume was poor, and their aunts accumulated.
By its natural death, the rat’s liver had been fibrotic (a precursor to cirrhosis).
In contrast, “good aerobic metabolism” mice have very healthy livers throughout their lives.
In fact, no actual exercise was performed on the mice.
This discovery provides for the first time a biochemical relationship between aerobic capacity and unfortunate liver.
Researchers therefore suggest that developing a suitable exercise plan and combining it with implementation may prevent NAFLD.