This allows your body to pass starch through without turning it into glucose. Without starch, fat cannot be stored in the form of carbohydrates and less weight will be gained. This may sound too good to be true. Though carb-cutter does actually block amylase, there are many other factors that go into the breakdown of the carbohydrates. Students at the University of Georgia have taken it upon them to test this rumor and see if carb-cutter really stops the breakdown of starch to helps weight loss.
 It has a prevalence that ranges between 2 and 150 per 100,000.  MS was first described in 1868 by Jean-Martin Charcot.  MS affects the ability of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other effectively. Nerve cells communicate by sending electrical signals called action potentials down long fibers called axons, which are contained within an insulating substance called myelin. In MS, the body's own immune system attacks and damages the myelin.
Dementia with Lewy Bodies can be closely related to Parkinsons Disease and there is a theory that Dementia with Lewy Bodies interferes with two neurotransmitters called dopamine and acetylcholine which assist in the brains functions. In Frontotemporal dementia – Picks Disease, the brain shrinks in the frontal and temporal lobes and a build of specific protein’s occur in these areas. Once the proteins come together, they become toxic and cause brain cells to die. It is not understood why these proteins build up. There are other dementia types too, namely Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) caused by an abnormal infectious protein call Prion which cause nerve damage to
As the mass impedes on the brain or blood vessels, symptoms such as seizures and speech problems can occur. Epilepsy, classified as a brain disorder, occurs when a group of nerves in the brain generate abnormal electrochemical impulses. These impulses cause stroke-like symptoms including strange sensations, irrational behaviour, muscle spasms, convulsions and loss of consciousness. A hemiplegic migraine is a specific type of migraine headache that often runs in families. Migraines, throbbing pain in one area of the head, are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light and/or sounds, according to the Genetics Home Reference.
Alzheimer's disease affects the brain through exponentially greater cell death and tissue loss, resulting in a decreased brain size. As a result, behavior, memory and thinking are affected. Vascular dementia is caused by blockages and breaches in the brain's blood supply that damage the brain and can be caused by any condition which results in an interruption to the blood flow to the brain, and as well as strokes, this could include diseased arteries, heart attacks, high blood pressure, raised cholesterol, diabetes, furred arteries and irregular heart rhythms. Any condition causing damage to the circulation of blood to the brain carries a risk to mental functioning. People experiencing vascular dementia will, like those with Alzheimer’s disease, have problems with learning, remembering, recognition, planning and problem solving.
The resistance genes could transfer to human causing them to immune to antibiotic. This could aggravate the already serious health problem of antibiotic-resistance disease organism. The British Medical Association, the leading association of doctors in Britain called for ban on GE crops in 1999. -Toxicity Toxicity can emerge to our familiar foods in so many ways. It might occur intentionally by the BT toxin which is considered to be relatively safe for humans.
The Millard reaction is formed in the presence of sugar and amino acid. Millard reaction takes place in living organisms and also are health beneficial acting as an anti-oxidative, and antibiotics. They also help in the promotion of diabetics, and cardiovascular diseases an example of this MRPs is carboxymethyl lysine (CML), and acrylamide acting as a carcinogen. It was reported that people that eat instant meal such as pizza, snacks, and processed meats tend to have developed insulin resistance, and metabolic syndrome more than those that eat low processed foods, and vegetables. Millard reaction products changes while processing foods, and they are important either in the increasing or fighting of diseases.
Because they create movement within the cell, both the cell as a whole and its subcellular components have the ability to move from one place to another (Kleinsmith & Kish, 1988) [pic](W.H.Freeman & company, 2000) Patients who suffer from Parkinson’s disease have a protein called alpha-synuclein in their brain. The toxic effects from this protein damages neurons in Parkinson’s disease. Study shows that these neurons can be kept protected by inhibiting the action of an enzyme called SIRT2. Microtubules help transport objects within cells and it is known that SIRT2 acts on a huge component of microtubule in order to inhibit its action. Research has shown that inhibition of SIRT2 has lead to microtubule-dependent transportation of alpha-synuclein into large quantities.
Because of antibiotic resistance antibiotics are becoming less and less effective. When your body builds up immunity to the pathogens; the pathogens mutate and become a similar but at the same time different disease and are able to attack the cells. Natural selection is the reason what is causing the mutations (Maclean, Hall, Perron, & Buckling, 2010). Natural selection is one of the mechanisms of evolutions. The way that the infectious pathogens are becoming stronger is just like the scenario that Darwin refers too with the beetles.
This report further elaborates the most common but fatal diseases on human body due to excessive alcohol intake. One of the diseases linked to excessive alcohol drinking is liver fibrosis that ultimately results in liver cirrhosis. In both these cases, the normal structure and function of the liver is altered by excessive disposition of extracellular matrix in liver. The liver looses its capability to perform its primary function: detoxification, which leads to further complications in a human body. Because of active cirrhosis, individuals are more susceptible to deadly infections such as hepatitis (Jamal & Morgan, 2003).