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The Fat relationship to Cancer. [Study 40]



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0:00 – Introduction
3:44 – Study Introduction
4:54 – Fat Fates in Cells (Background)
8:37 – Fat and Cancer
24:50 – Mechanisms of Fat Reliance by Cancer Cells
41:50 – Conclusions/Take Aways

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16 thoughts on “The Fat relationship to Cancer. [Study 40]
  1. WOW , THIS INFORMATION IS REALY INTERESTING. MUCH I HAVEN'T LEARNED ABOUT… YET 🙂
    NOW, THAT I'M IN MY SENOR YEARS, CANCER, HAS BEEN ON MY MIND A LOT!
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  2. Super interesting topic, thank you for bringing this to us. Do you see interaction of the disease of cancer with cardio- or cerebro-vascular diseases? If a if a cell is stiffer because it's incorporated much more saturated fatty acid than normal and if these cancer cells are mobile in the blood, could their decreased fluidity cause issues with vascular health? And since it's spewing out cholesterol, does this not indicate there would be an effect on lipoproteins and ultimately plaques?

  3. Has it been shown these MYC over expressing cancers are using the fat for energy, or is it primarily to build new cells?

    As I understood, one of the hallmarks of cancer is damaged and dysfunctional mitochondria. This would limit their ability to burn fat for energy via oxphos, focusing primarily on anaerobic methods. Of course fat is a significant component of cell membranes, so they still need it.

    This is important in treatment though. Some cancers may be better to starve, such as Seyfried is researching. If some cancers can properly use fat for fuel, this method will not work for all cancers.

  4. Very interesting. What if the CPT1 inhibitors were programmed to only target the specific genetic profile of the individual cancer cells? Wouldn’t that prevent the damage to normal cells? And is that possible?

  5. This is very interesting.
    Much research I have seen to date advokes for a keto and low protein diet to improve cancer outcomes. Also much was found on combining this with intermittent fasting which was found to put a "protective shield" around healthy cells whilst making cancer cells more vulnerable to chemotherapy.

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