Risks of contracting many dangerous diseases if you overeat

Risks of contracting many dangerous diseases if you overeat

Sunday - 02/06/2024 00:12
When you overeat, the food exerts great pressure on the stomach, leading to the accumulation of fat, which is the cause of many dangerous diseases. If you feel your stomach can handle one kilogram of food per day, you should only consume half of that amount. This will prevent your body from being overloaded, avoiding a host of health issues.
Modern humans often consume high-protein and high-fat foods that are difficult to digest. Excess nutrients stored in the body will be converted into fat, leading to obesity and some other affluent diseases. "Many studies have shown that obesity leads to many cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, fatty liver, arteriosclerosis, gallbladder inflammation, and hundreds of other terrifying diseases."

Gastric diseases
Overeating will cause the stomach and intestines to bear more weight, reducing the efficiency of the digestion process. The lifespan of cells on the gastric mucosa is relatively short, regenerating once every 2-3 days. If the previous meal has not been digested, and the subsequent meal is forced in, the stomach will fall into a distended state, making it difficult for the mucosa to recover, leading to gastric pain, indigestion, and possibly ulcers in the long run.

Intestinal disease
Taiwanese scientists have found that fatty obstruction in the intestines will cause blockage, with stools becoming black accompanied by blood.

Overeating will slow down brain reactions, accelerating the aging process of brain cells. When overeating, blood in the body has to flow to the stomach and intestines to work, reducing blood supply to the brain, making you often feel tired and sleepy.

Japanese scientists have pointed out that overeating will reduce the activity of cancer cell inhibitory genes, increasing the likelihood of cancer.

Alzheimer's disease (memory loss in the elderly)
A study group from Japan found that 30-40% of people with Alzheimer's disease had a habit of overeating for a long time since they were young.

Overeating for a long time can cause the loss of minerals in bones, increasing the risk of osteoporosis.
Kidney disease
Overeating can damage the urinary system because it has to excrete too many non-protein nitrogen compounds, putting a burden on the kidneys.

Acute pancreatitis
Overeating at night, coupled with excessive alcohol consumption, can easily lead to acute pancreatitis.

Nervous system exhaustion
Overeating at night, causing the stomach to be distended, will compress the surrounding organs. These organs constantly transmit signals to the brain and other parts, which can lead to nervous system exhaustion over time.
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