«El β-hidroxibutirato suprime el cáncer colorrectal»

Este abril de 2022 hizo su aparición estelar un artículo científico¹, ni más ni menos que en la supraprestigiosa revista Nature, uno de los medios más influyentes (por no decir abiertamente el más respetado) de la ciencia académica universal. Aquel obcecado «comer grasa provoca cáncer colorrectal» (que los ketofílicos llevábamos décadas sorteando) pasó a la historia por fin.

No exagero, no. El título del estudio no puede ser más esclarecedor, porque reza textualmente «el β-hidroxibutirato suprime el cáncer colorrectal».

¡Aúpa keto!

(1). Dmitrieva-Posocco, O., Wong, A. C., Lundgren, P., Golos, A. M., Descamps, H. C., Dohnalová, L., Cramer, Z., Tian, Y., Yueh, B., Eskiocak, O., Egervari, G., Lan, Y., Liu, J., Fan, J., Kim, J., Madhu, B., Schneider, K. M., Khoziainova, S., Andreeva, N., … Levy, M. (2022). β-Hydroxybutyrate suppresses colorectal cancer. Nature, 605(7908), 160-165. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-022-04649-6


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