When you open the waist, there are health concerns. But recently, how the jury specifically affects the weight of our ears.
A new study suggests that it is not great. The research strengthens that it binds extra extra body, especially with abdomen fat to reduce the brain's volume.
It is not clear how the fatty function affects our brain, but the obesity, together with the neurological conditions, does not seem positive.
"Existential research has reduced the decline in memory due to memory lag and increased risk of dementia, but it is not possible to study whether excessive body fat protection or brain damage is harmful," says Mark Hamer, principal writer at Loughborough University in England.
Some studies have shown a decline in some types of brain cells with the growth of body fat, showing possible causes of high risk neurological conditions.
But all researchers do not find any discovery, especially in the years before diagnosed with dementia for weight acceleration.
To find out more details, recent researchers have compared the body mass index (BMI) measurements and waist-to-hip ratios, both a portable signal called "gray matter" and "white matter."
Each factor has been previously analyzed. This time, he was studying the joint effect of gland-hip-relationships and IME.
Less than 10,000 participants attended the study, aged between 40 and 70 years old. All participated in the latest UK-based biobank survey. After that, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment was scanned.
Height and body weight measures were used to calculate the score against body mass: traditional obesity indicator. Body fat masses were also recorded and combined with other details to achieve the anti-fat score.
The belt and hip circumference were also measured to obtain a weight indicator.
This analyzed and compared the anatomical research bank. Less than five percent of the sample in obesity, most were physically active and probably had heart disease and hypertension.
Considering other factors, it can cause differences in the brain volume (age, smoking, and exercise), the body only finds the index of the mass index in relation to the slight drop in gray matter.
But the high IME high waist with hip-rattan has had a real concern.
Approximately 1,300 subjects have been included in this category. On average, they had a brain volume of gray matter of 786 cubic meters.
Compared to each other, 3,000 people with an age and age hip ratio accounted for a volume of 798 cubic centimeters. Those with high BMI and fastest waistband reached 793 cubic centimeters.
Although studies can show a relationship, the nature of this link is still debatable. It is possible that excess fat is affected by the cardiovascular system by the central nervous system.
There is also no conventional warning to jump to the effects of the relationship. Such research can not exclude that losing gray matter allows somehow to lose weight.
Unfortunately, most people who participated in the research condemned it. The small proportion of volunteers was somewhat healthier, bearing in mind the results.
However, research is a compelling case of observing the close connection between obesity and neurology.
"We also found links between obesity and the reduction of specific bodies," says Hamer.
"This will require more research, but it may be possible to determine the daily MRI and waist-to-hip ratios to determine brain health."
If there is so much in the discovery that the functioning of ourselves is not related to the operation of ourselves, it is not surprising that the body fat and brain volume is connected to one another.
Certainly, we will be closer, this relationship will be more complex.
This study was published Neurology.