Scientist’s endless efforts to conquer the problem of obesity are not new to the world. People are well-versed with the fact that researchers have been striving hard to eradicate the problem of obesity from its root. Their unstoppable thirst to look for a cure has made it possible to solve many unsolvable health complications. Likewise, a recent revelation of some factual information pertaining to obesity may help to address the doubt regarding effect of fatty foods on the cells of brain. Scientists undertook a research on mice. The research result advises that highly fatty foods initiate the production of some new brain cells which trigger weight gain in mice.
As per the opinion of experts like neuroscientist Seth Blackshaw of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a published online report on March 25th in Nature Neuroscience, except few rare cases, most part of the human brain does not make any new nerve cells. But there is a place called the median eminence, which makes new nerve cells throughout the whole life of a human being and is also a vital place of brain’s metabolism. Read the full story