A function of the immune system is directly dependent on how much we eat Bruchsal January 21, 2010 – if man time has eaten, or making much sport, decreases the energy level of the cells, as well as also the insulin level. At a low level of insulin activates the FOXO transcription factor genes off and can turn on. So, FOXO turns on the genes for the immune proteins with an energy requirement and anti-microbial peptides (antibodies) are affiliated from the body cells removed and destroy any sick makers. Dissolve their cell walls. Professor Hoch suspects that little energy is strengthened the barrier between the body and the outside world in a possible hazardous situation.
The Bonn researchers publish their findings in the journal: nature (DOI: 10.1038/nature08698). The investigations of the Bonn biologists may have clinical relevance, because a number of common diseases such as diabetes type two or overweight resulting from an increased caloric intake. Moreover, such diseases go often with increased inflammation of barrier tissues, an impaired immune system, and a total shortened life span accompanied by. “Professor Dr. Joachim Schultze of the LIMES Institute says: our results provide new approaches to the understanding of this disease”. “LIMWS researchers point the views on the relationship between caloric intake and life Professor Hoch says: we now want to find out whether this is due to a Foxo-dependent enhancement of barrier function of the natural immune system.” Source: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Bonn company information: Jutta Schutz (journalist, psychologist, Lecturer) writes books that inspire, motivate and provide special insider knowledge (also about low-carb). For more information