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Are cell phones making people fat?

Matt Cook here, and over the last few decades, we have seen an explosion in people who are overweight and obese.

It is very important to understand the reasons for this – because of the massive detrimental effects excess body fat has on your health.

Just recently, researchers began to ask the question of whether the use of cell phones could be associated with increasing body mass in the last few decades.

The shocking results of this study show that about half an hour exposure to cell phone radiation can increase food consumption by about 25%.

The use of cell phones may be a major and overlooked factor in the obesity crisis.

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The human research was carried out at the University of Luebeck in Germany. The paper was published in Nutrients.

The authors of this paper began with the observation that increases in obesity seem to occur alongside the rollout of cell phones.

“Obesity and cell phone usage have simultaneously spread worldwide.”

Cell phones emit radio frequency fields – and this energy is absorbed by the brain when cell phones are held up to the head.

“Radio frequency-modulated electromagnetic fields emitted by cell phones are largely absorbed by the head of the user.”

We already knew that energy fields like this can alter energy use inside the brain and affect active neurons.

“This energy absorption can influence brain sugar metabolism, and modulate neuronal excitability.”

One of the major controllers of appetite is the hypothalamus – which is a part of the brain.

“Body weight adjustment, in turn, is one of the main brain functions as food intake behavior and appetite perception underlie hypothalamic regulation.”

The hypothalamus has cells which produce proteins which cause us to feel hungry.

These are called neuropeptide Y and agouti-related peptide.

“Against this background, we questioned if cell phone radiation and food intake may be related.”

The researchers carried out a study in which young men were exposed to standard cell phone radiation for 25 minutes.

2 different cell phones were used.

In some cases the cell phones were switched off (the sham condition).

This was to see if there was a difference caused by the radiation when the cell phone was switched on.

“15 normal-weight young men were exposed to 25 min of radio-frequency EMFs emitted by two different cell phone types vs. sham radiation under fasting conditions.”

After 25 minutes of exposure to cell phone radiation, the researchers offered the participants a buffet meal.

Young men ate much more food after they had spent 25 minutes exposing themselves to cell phone radiation.

“Exposure to both cell phones strikingly increased overall caloric intake by 22–27% compared with the sham condition.”

Brain scans showed major alterations in energy metabolism in the brain after cell phone exposure.

“Measurements of the cerebral energy content, i.e., ATP and phosphocreatine ratios to inorganic phosphate, displayed an increase upon cell phone radiation.”

After analyzing what the men had eaten, the researchers discovered that they primarily ate more carbohydrates.

“Differential analyses of macronutrient ingestion revealed that higher calorie consumption was mainly due to enhanced carbohydrate intake.”

The brain is an energy hungry organ – and it loves the sugar supplied by carbohydrates…

…but it seems unlikely that the 25% increase in caloric intake could be used by the brain in such a short period of time.

Cell phone use may be a major factor in overeating and obesity.

“Our results identify radio-frequency EMFs as a potential contributing factor to overeating, which underlies the obesity epidemic.”

Not only that, but this radiation causes clear and major effects on brain metabolism, which may have other unforeseen consequences.

“EMFs-induced alterations of the brain energy homeostasis may put our data into a broader context because a balanced brain energy homeostasis is of fundamental importance for all brain functions.”

We are only now beginning to understand some of the effects of the electromagnetic fields which were introduced into our environment decades ago.

“Potential disturbances by electromagnetic fields may therefore exert some generalized neurobiological effects, which are not yet foreseeable.”

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Mobile Phone Radiation Deflects Brain Energy Homeostasis and Prompts Human Food Ingestionhttps://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/14/2/339/htm