Obstructing sugar consumption may reduce cancer risk in obese and diabetic people

According to the researches, blocking dietary sugar and its activity in tumor cells may minimize the cancer risk and progression.

The study, purveys intuition as to why metabolism-related diseases such as diabetes or obesity are linked with certain types of cancer including breast, colon, pancreatic, and liver cancers. In this study, the researchers used fruit flies to understand the effects of diet and insulin resistance on cancer progression.

Cells utilize glucose for energy and to grow. When a cell becomes insulin durable, glucose builds up in the blood instead of being absorbed by the cell, starving the cell and directing to metabolic diseases like diabetes. Because of this dysfunctional growth, the researchers have been confused about how tumors can thrive in an insulin-durable environment.

Previous research has found a strong interrelation between metabolic diseases and liver, pancreatic, colon, and breast cancers, but they have not resolved how tumors grow so aggressively in this environment if they do not have the energy provided by glucose, but the current research revealed how tumors overcome insulin resistance in the body and turn metabolic dysfunction to their benefit.

The study shows that sugar activates oncogenes in the tumor, which then boost insulin sensitivity, meaning that the excessive glucose levels in the blood pour into the tumor, because they have no chance to go anywhere else in the insulin-resistant body. The researchers have recognized a three-drug combination that stops this signaling activity and tumor growth in its tracks, without affecting general cell function. These three drugs taken together substantially minimized tumor size and progression.

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John Anderson completed his graduation in Biotechnology and also did PhD in Bio-pharmacology. He works as a medical consultant for kamagrasex.com

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