Why can the weight of a person depend?
May 17, 2018
Studies conducted at the University of Michigan, as well as at Marquette University, revealed a definite relationship between the weight of a person and his neighbors. In particular, it was revealed, then there is an inverse relationship - if a person( for example, a student) lives in the same room with a full neighbor, then his weight gradually decreases, he begins to lose weight.
American scientists came to the conclusion that there is a connection between the weight of young girls and their closest associates, with whom they live together. If a girl lives in the same room as a fat woman, then her weight will most likely fall.
This pattern was suggested the following explanation. A full neighbor with excess weight still tends to lose weight a little and tries to stick to some diets. At the same time, she always follows her diet, can exercise and attend a gym. Some people can run jogging in their spare time.
Simultaneously, a neighbor without excess weight begins to imitate her - she leads a healthy lifestyle, controls her diet, refuses some high-calorie foods, and does physical exercises. All this she does for the company with her full neighbor.
It should be noted the proven fact that people with extra pounds are not always themselves to blame for increasing their weight. Many people can gain weight, especially those who own a set of FTO, which is called the genome of hunger. The reason for weight gain in such people is that the presence of this gene, as it were, encourages people to consume a large amount of high-calorie food. Over time, a person's dull feeling of satiety, which leads to the fact that almost always there is a desire to eat something.
A separate study was conducted, the purpose of which was to identify this gene. As a result, American scientists found that almost 50% of Americans have a hunger gene, which is quite a lot. In comparison with those who do not possess this gene, such people daily eat about 200 kcal more. Also it is worth recalling that the presence of the famine gene leads to an increased risk of getting better - on average, the owners of such a gene have pathological completeness in 30% of cases. These data largely explain the large number of fat people who find it difficult to cope with their excess weight and lose weight. The problem of people with excess weight has long ceased to be personal, and has acquired a global scale. And many scientists are trying to develop a tool that would help to cope with this problem.Like the article? Share with friends and acquaintances: