Smoking Dissolves The Muscles and Harms for The Bodies of Smokers
Australian researchers have confirmed that smoking does not dissolve the fat and decrease weight, as is the belief it but will dissolve the muscles and is thus harmful to the bodies of smokers.
Margaret Morris, professor of pharmacology at the University of New South Wales indicated that the use of smoking as a way to reduce the increase in body weight is not useful, when a decrease in the muscle appears as if the smoker has less weight.
The researchers conducted a study of seven-week-old rats, half of the sample was exposed rats the equivalent of four cigarettes smoke a day, for six days a week, while the other half in a place free of smoking. Despite of the reduction of calories in the diet given to rats by a quarter smoked, they kept in the same body fat levels in their body, which was before the experiment.
The results of the study published in the Journal of the American Journal of physiology: that, despite of the low weight, the fat collects on the smoker''s heart and lungs and liver, which would have negative repercussions on human health as a whole.