, 2023-01-10 04:47:00,
In an article published in the journal Nutrients, scientists have described the effectiveness of a specific diet containing fruit, avocado, whole grains, and trout in controlling inflammation and oxidative stress in obese individuals.
Obesity and being overweight have become public health issues worldwide. According to recent estimates, more than 1.9 billion people are overweight globally, which includes over 650 million with obesity. Obesity increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and metabolic diseases, including diabetes and cancer.
Functional impairment of adipose tissue in obese people is associated with the induction of a chronic low-grade inflammatory state, which in turn is responsible for developing chronic diseases.
Strict adherence to a healthy lifestyle, including a healthy diet and daily physical activity, is the key to managing body weight. The Mediterranean diet and the Nordic diet are examples of healthy diets that are known to reduce obesity-related inflammation and oxidative stress.
In the current study, scientists have evaluated the impact of fruit, avocado, whole grains, and trout-based diet on postprandial expression of inflammation- and oxidative stress-related genes in obese people…
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