When you eat fat, use this to stay healthy

When you eat fat, use this to stay healthy

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When you eat fat, use this to stay healthy

The purple sweet potato is a large, sweet-tasting root vegetable.

This food is often associated with the Japanese island of Okinawa, where it is very popular. But it probably originated in the Americas.

It is known around the world as a health-giving food, probably because it is denser in micro-nutrients than most staple foods.

The purple sweet potato also has alleged medicinal benefits.

Compounds called anthocyanins give the vegetable its distinctive color. 

These compounds also have potential health benefits.

Recent experiments show that these compounds can (among other things):

  • Lower the risk of obesity
  • Improve blood sugar regulation
  • Prevent the cognitive impairment associated with type 2 diabetes

Purple sweet potato color improves hippocampal insulin resistance via down-regulating SOCS3 and galectin-3 in high-fat diet mice

These researchers did animal experiments at the Jiangsu Normal University, Xuzhou, China. The journal Behavioral Brain Research published the results.

Cognitive impairment refers to a loss of mental function and memory.

Researchers have noticed that cognitive impairment is associated with obesity. 

“Hippocampal insulin resistance is the key factor in cognitive deficits.”

This is because inflammation causes insulin resistance in the brain. (Fat cells create inflammation.)

“Obesity induces chronic inflammation and the inflammation suppressors directly impair the insulin signaling.”

So the researchers began asking whether decreasing inflammation could improve cognitive function and insulin signaling.

“The anti-inflammation properties of purple sweet potato color (PSPC) prompted us to investigate the effect of PSPC on cognitive impairment associated with obesity.”

The researchers decided to conduct some experiments on mice.

They divided the mice into four groups and put these groups of mice on different dietary and supplemental protocols.

And then they experimented with a purple sweet potato extract that concentrated the colorful anthocyanin compounds. 

They labeled the extract purple sweet potato coloring.

Here are the diets they fed the different groups of mice:

  1. Normal mouse diet
  2. High-fat diet that makes mice obese
  3. High-fat diet supplemented with purple sweet potato coloring
  4. Normal mouse diet supplemented with purple sweet potato coloring

The study took about eight months.

“The mice were fed with the high-fat or normal diet for 32 weeks.”

The animals given purple sweet potato coloring received it for the last 11 weeks of the experiment.

“The purple sweet potato coloring was administered from 21 to 32 weeks.”

Purple sweet potato coloring prevented a lot of the metabolic problems caused by the high-fat diet.

“The results showed the purple sweet potato coloring rectified the abnormal metabolism induced by the high-fat diet.”

The supplement helped with obesity, fasting blood sugar, and glucose tolerance.

“Purple sweet potato coloring ameliorated obesity, decreased the concentration of fasting blood glucose and improved glucose tolerance.”

Then they tested the experimental mice to assess changes in cognitive ability.

The standard test for cognitive ability in mice is called the Morris water maze test.

Test results showed that the purple sweet potato coloring improved cognitive function.

“The Morris water maze test showed that the purple sweet potato coloring alleviated the cognitive impairment in high-fat diet fed mice.”

In addition, the supplement lowered inflammation in the brains of the experimental animals.

The purple sweet potato coloring significantly decreased the key inflammatory proteins tumor necrosis factor alpha and interleukin-1 beta.

“Purple sweet potato coloring decreased the expression of tumor necrosis factor alpha and interleukin-1 beta in the hippocampus of high-fat diet fed mice.”

This extract of purple sweet potato ameliorated obesity, improved blood sugar and insulin regulation, and protected brain function… 

Probably by lowering inflammation.

“These findings indicated that purple sweet potato coloring could be a potential treatment to improve the cognitive impairment associated with obesity.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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