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Scientists: eat sweet and not gain weight - quite real

Scientists: eat sweet and not gain weight - quite real Is possible to use a large amount of carbohydrates and still maintain her figure correct?Researchers from the American University (Southern California) believe that it's real ... but only in theory. While this statement may be called a comic, as the researchers have named the two main conditions: firstly, the need to have a particular mutation in the genes, and secondly - you need to be ... roundworms.
new study in California geneticists found that Nrf2 gene and its derivatives help protect against excess weight.Scientists conducted an experiment on roundworms: dividing the animals into 2 groups, one worm had mutated gene analogues in humans is called higher Nrf2.All the worms began to give daily 2 percent more glucose.As a result, "normal" worms greatly gained weight while the second group with the altered gene had all the same body weight as before the experiments.
after the experiment, scientists believe that a similar mechanism to open people, in principle, possible but recognize that all is not s

o simple: the human gene Nrf2 directly related to the risk of developing malignant tumors.

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