How fat tissue surrounding heart can affect risk of diabetes

August 15, 2019 0 By Bertrand Dibbert


GUIDE.>>Janine: CAN’T WAIT TO WATCH. IN TODAY’S HEALTH NEWS A LOOK AT HOW THE FAT TISSUE SURROUNDING YOUR HEART CAN AFFECT YOUR RISK FOR DIABETES. LOCAL10 MEDICAL SPECIALIST KRISTI KRUEGER IN THE NEWSROOM WITH DETAIL.>>Kristi: THAT LINK BETWEEN HEART FAT AND DIABETIC HATS BEEN THE FOCUS OF RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MILLER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FOR SOME TIME NOW. EVERYONE HAS SOME DEGREE OF FAT AROUND YOUR CHAPTER IT’S CALLED EPI CARDIAL FAT. WHEN IT BECOMES EXCESSIVE THERE’S A INCREASED RISK OF DIABETIC.>>THESE MEASUREMENTS IS A GOOD PREDICTOR OF THE RISK OF HAVING HARD PROBLEMS AND DIABETES AND CAN ALSO BE USED A THERAPEUTIC TARGET FOR MEDICATION THAT ARE TARGETING THE FAT SPECIFICALLY.>>Kristi: ENT CRINNOLOGIST VERY JEANNE LUCA IS SAW THAT SHRINKING EPITHELIAL FAT CAN REDUCE THE RISK OF HEART DISEASE AND DIABETES, LETTERS IN TODAY’S HEALTH NEWS ANOTHER REASON TO PUT ON THOSE RUNNING SHOES AND GET OUT THERE TO JOG. NEW RESEARCH FINDS THAT RUNNING FOR 30 TO 40 MINUTES EVERY DAY, FIVE DAYS A WEEK CAN REDUCE CELLULAR AGING BUT GET THIS, BY NINE YEARS. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY APPEARS TO HAVE A DIRECT IMPACT ON SOMETHING WE ALL HAVE THAT’S CALLED TELOMERES. A IT’S OOH AT A BIOLOGICAL MEASURING OF YOUR YEARS. THEY CAN SH RING OF AS WE AGE AND EVEN STOP FUNCTIONING AND DIE, BUT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LIKE JONG HELPS KEEP YOUR CELLS