The link between lipids and PPARs in NASH by Prof. F. Sacks

Prof Sacks, Harvard Medical School, discusses the link between PPAR agonists and plasma lipid risk factors for cardiovascular disease. He explains how free fatty acids go to the liver and become lipotoxic. This activates inflammation in the liver which in turn reacts.
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Hello, my name is Frank Sacks. I’m a professor in the department of nutrition and molecular metabolism at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health in Boston. I’m also a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School……

Prof. Frank M. Sacks

Prof. Frank M. Sacks

Dr. Sacks is Professor of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in the Nutrition Department of Harvard Chan School of Public Health; Professor of Genetics & Complexes Diseases; and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Sacks led the panel designing the DASH Study, which crafted a healthful eating pattern and demonstrated..

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