Current Studies

Our recent study provides definitive evidence that drinking sugar-sweetened beverages directly impacts weight gain and paediatric obesity. Obesity Prevention Center suggests that all calories are not alike from a metabolic perspective.  Reducing consumption of highly processed carbohydrates – like white bread, white rice, refined breakfast cereals, and sugary beverages – can provide a metabolic boost of several hundred calories a day, equal to an hour of physical activity.  This metabolic boost may be a key to successful long-term weight loss maintenance. 

Genetics and Endocrinology, analysed data from about 90,000 people, they discovered six new genetic variants linked with body mass index. Most of the variants highlight genes active in the brain, suggesting that differences in appetite regulation may play a role in obesity. The team is now performing larger-scale studies in an attempt to identify additional genetic variants with the goal of one day developing an effective treatment for obesity.

  • Animal Models of Obesity and Bone Loss
  • Current Research and Clinical Interventions
  • Obesity and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
  • Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) Linked to Obesity
  • Changing Stem Cell Structure to Control Obesity
  • Risk of Bowel Cancer in Obesity Teens
  • Novel Drugs that Target G Protein-Coupled Receptors (Gpcrs) which Regulates Feeding

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