Individual Impact on Obese-related Diseases

Premiere DateAug 11, 2016
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 The Daily Beat Intro
01:03 The Daily Beat pt. 1 Alejandro Gugliucci
02:00 The Daily Beat pt. 2 Heart disease
07:40 The Daily Beat pt. 3 Children and obesity
10:47 The Daily Beat Outro
11:47 Pin Secure Darkstar
16:10 Finish

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This week on the Daily Beat: We chat about the latest study done by Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Alejandro Gugliucci and UCSF, which found that cutting sugar leads to a drop in heart disease risk factors among obese children.

Today on the Daily Beat, Thursday August 11, 2016: This study follows on the heals of one released last October conducted by Touro’s Jean Marc Schwarz and UCSF, that found the effects of fructose can be reversed.

The latest study by Gugliucci and UCSF’s Robert Lustig, shows that reducing sugar consumption in obese children leads to a sharp decline in triglycerides and ApoC-III, both of which are associated with heart disease, Touro officials said.

Gugliucci and Touro University California “are working to help reduce the number” of obese youth in Solano County which, according to a 2014 Journal of the American Medical Association study, is nearly 30 percent, they said.

HOST Lisa Autz
Lisa Autz is a staff writer, as well as Host of The Daily Beat and Co-Host of Third Eye Weekly. Lisa has a background in journalism and economics. She enjoys working on stories that shed light on the…

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