DATE: September 5, 2012
EXCERPT: "A high-fat diet triggers chemical reactions in female mice that could explain why women are more likely than men to gain fat in the abdomen after eating excess saturated fat, new research suggests. The study also sheds light on why women gain fat following menopause." more
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Yasmeen R, Reichert B, Deiuliis J, Yang F, Lynch A, Meyers J, Sharlach M, Shin S, Volz KS, Green KB, Lee K, Alder H, Duester G, Zechner R, Rajagopalan S, Ziouzenkova O. Autocrine Function of Aldehyde Dehydrogenase 1 as a Determinant of Diet- and Sex-Specific Differences in Visceral Adiposity. Diabetes. 2012 Aug 28.
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