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  6. West Street Report

    Yeah it’s the fat, not the GMO glyphosate sprayed mutagenic grain snacks

  7. Ki Sigma

    Type 2 is serious I'm glad they have unsweetened product now thank God

  8. Iris Gomes

    This is a load of crap. I've had inflammation due sugar and carbs. The moment I switched to a high fat/protein diet all inflammation disappeared and I know I'm not an outlier.

  9. Estar 127

    So in that case allergies can also cause inflammation and thereby insulin resistance and then diabetes in the long run right?

  10. emiel2509

    Hmmm….not convinced about this. Yes Diabetics suffer from a lot of inflammation. But does it really start with intake of dietary saturated fat? I personally do not think so. Inflammation starts from the fat cells which are growing bigger and bigger and become insulin resistant. They are under stress and start to leak fat. As a survival mechanism they start to create pro inflammatory cytokines and these travel through the whole body and they now start to damage other parts of the body / get insulin resistance in muscles, liver etcetera. Anyway, thank you for the video and the information

  11. Jay M

    Saturated fatty acids trigger TLR4-mediated inflammatory response.
    Toll-like receptors (TLR) mediate infection-induced inflammation and sterile inflammation by endogenous molecules. Among the TLR family, TLR4 is the best understood. However, while its downstream signaling pathways have been well defined, not all ligands of TLR4 are currently known. Current evidence suggests that saturated fatty acids (SFA) act as non-microbial TLR4 agonists, and trigger its inflammatory response. Thus, our present review provides a new perspective on the potential mechanism by which SFAs could modulate TLR4-induced inflammatory responses: (1) SFAs can be recognized by CD14-TLR4-MD2 complex and trigger inflammatory pathways, similar to lipopolysaccharide (LPS). (2) SFAs lead to modification of gut microbiota with an overproduction of LPS after a high-fat intake, enhancing this natural TLR4 ligand. (3) In addition, this metabolic endotoxemia leads to an oxidative stress thereby producing atherogenic lipids – oxLDL and oxidized phospholipids – which trigger CD36-TLR4-TLR6 inflammatory response. (4) Also, the high SFA consumption increases the lipemia and the mmLDL and oxLDL formation through oxidative modifications of LDL. The mmLDL, unlike oxLDL, is involved in activation of the CD14-TLR4-MD2 inflammatory pathway. Those molecules can induce TLR4 inflammatory response by MyD88-dependent and/or MyD88-independent pathways that, in turn, promotes the expression of proinflammatory transcript factors such as factor nuclear kappa B (NF-κB), which plays a crucial role in the induction of inflammatory mediators (cytokines, chemokines, or costimulatory molecules) implicated in the development and progression of many chronic diseases. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26687466

    For more http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=saturated%5Btitle%5D+TLR4

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