Obesity is a disease characterized by excess body fat has accumulated over time. A BMI of over 30 is an indication of obesity.
And, "Dietary fat induces overconsumption and weight gain through its low satiety properties and high caloric density. Obese and post-obese subjects do not appear to adapt to dietary fat, and therefore fat storage is increased".
and often in the greenhouse.
On finding a natural and potential compound for the treatment of obesity complication, researchers investigated the effect of the potent tomato-derived antioxidant and oxidative status, and inflammatory markers in obese.
The presence of high levels IL-6 and oxidative stress also found to correlate inversely with carotenoids (P < 0.05).
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(1) The effect of tomato-derived lycopene on low carotenoids and enhanced systemic inflammation and oxidation in severe obesity by Markovits N1, Ben Amotz A, Levy Y. (PubMed)
(2) The role of dietary fat in obesity by Golay A1, Bobbioni E. (PubMed)