Successfully linked certain byproducts of digestion to the risk of excess body fat are worked out by Translational Researchers. This finding lead to more personalized interventions for people who are identified as at-risk in obesity, which includes supplements, diet or exercise such as probiotics.
The team of international researchers constructed an in-depth biochemical route that tracks the way food is processed and broken down by the body. This enables the researchers to take a snapshot of the end product of digestion molecules which are known as metabolites.
Nearly two dozen of these metabolites are highly correlated with diet. Some were associated with having a high body mass index (BMI), an estimated measure of body fat, while others were associated with having a low BMI.
The study of authors declared their research suggests that obesity risk is actually driven by many factors. They can include amino acids and muscle metabolism, energy metabolism and involvement of gut bacterial metabolism. This is a superior problem is our environment. Identifying obesity metabolites and the mechanisms by which obesity works is very interesting. But social influence and human behavior override nature.