Thursday 24 November 2022 08:29 PM Chic-fil-ACHES: Eating fatty fast food can trigger pain - even if you're thin trends now

Thursday 24 November 2022 08:29 PM Chic-fil-ACHES: Eating fatty fast food can trigger pain - even if you're thin trends now
Thursday 24 November 2022 08:29 PM Chic-fil-ACHES: Eating fatty fast food can trigger pain - even if you're thin trends now

Thursday 24 November 2022 08:29 PM Chic-fil-ACHES: Eating fatty fast food can trigger pain - even if you're thin trends now

Chic-fil-Aches: Eating fast food can trigger pain — even if you’re thin and healthy, study suggests Certain fats in fast food known to raise cholesterol and lead to inflammation  Eating bad diet or being obese leads to chronic inflammation and pain sensitivity But now researchers believe even a few off meals can cause similar damage

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Eating junk food can trigger aches or make people more sensitive to pain — even if they are healthy and slim, a study suggests.

Certain fats in fast food can cause cholesterol to build up in the arteries leading to inflammation, which leads to joint ache and makes people more sensitive to pain.

It is well documented that being obese or eating junk over a long time can lead to chronic pain, but now researchers say even just a few off meals may cause damage.

A study of mice found saturated fat in the blood binds to nerve cell receptors that leads to inflammation and mimics the symptoms of nerve damage.

The process was observed after just eight weeks on a high fat diet which did not have enough calories to make the rodents overweight. 

Dr Michael Burton, assistant professor of neuroscience at UT Dallas, said: 'This study indicates you don’t need diabetes; you don't need need a pathology or injury at all.

'Eating a high-fat diet for a short period of time is enough — a diet similar to what almost all of us in the U.S. eat at some point.'

Previous studies have looked at the relationship of high fat diets with mice who also were obese or had diabetes.

It comes after a study found intermittent fasting – one of the most popular and promoted dieting techniques – may actually

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