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See around those who have willpower fat people, rely on diet and exercise to lose weight successfully, it is simply reverse attack ah.
As people’s diets and lifestyles change, overweight and obesity have become an important and serious public health problem facing the world. On November 19, Kim Wanzhu’s team from the Institute of Zoology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Li Donghao’s team from Yanbian University launched a new generation of candidate drug targets for weight loss.
Without dieting or increasing physical activity, obese mice could significantly lose weight by taking ginseng extract daily. That said, ideally, the ginseng extract could help mice lose weight “regardless of mouth or legs.”
Yes, you heard me right! This is the fat man’s dream way to lose weight. “Really? Is there any scientific evidence? On not? How does it work?” Everyone moved the little bench, and waited for me tirelessly:
Research has shown that ginseng has many biological functions, including the role of obesity and obesity-related diseases, at a conference, experts in the field of brown fat, a researcher with the animals of the Chinese Jin Wanzhu ginseng with yanbian university expert professor whole Lin Hu Li Donghao team, “ginseng thermogenesis” problem discussed up, opened for the study.
Researchers at Tennessee State University in the United States said ginseng’s role in preventing and treating obesity has been studied many times before, but the role and mechanism of ginseng in preventing obesity have not been understood. In TCM, The USES of Asian ginseng and American ginseng are quite different. Asian ginseng is considered positive while American ginseng is considered negative. Asian ginseng is often used to help treat fatigue, loss of appetite, diarrhea, shortness of breath, weak pulse, spontaneous sweating, etc. American ginseng is used to treat cough, sputum, restlessness, fatigue and thirst.
Although the potential anti-obesity effects of Asian ginseng have been studied in mice and Asians for decades, the effects and mechanisms are still not fully understood, especially in humans. In addition, high-quality research on ginseng is rare in the United States, and there is little research on whether and how American ginseng can prevent obesity.
So far, only one human study has confirmed that Asian ginseng extract has weight loss in obese women. The extract of Panax quill, whole plant of Panax quill and berry had no such effect. In addition, the anti-obesity effect of ginseng and ginsenoside on human stem cells has not been reported.
How does ginseng extract activate BAT? Since ginseng extract has been reported to have an effect on gut microbes, we speculate that it may be because ginseng extract changes the types of microbes in the intestines of obese mice, causing them to become thinner.
The researchers collected feces from mice and examined the bacterial community in the feces. They found that the mice that ate the ginseng extract had higher concentrations of enterococcus faecalis than the control group. Enterococcus faecalis is the common complement of healthy human gastrointestinal tract. When enterococcus faecalis was fed to obese mice, the researchers found that the bacteria did increase their energy expenditure. When mice were exposed to cold, enterococcus faecalis treatment increased their body temperature, or thermogenesis.