Did you know your circadian clock is an actual part of your body? And not just a single part of your body, but part of a system tied to nearly every cell and bodily function. Composed of genes and proteins, your biological clock constitutes an intricate series of interacting molecular pathways throughout your body that operate in a feedback loop. Each unique gene and protein regulates specific functions in almost every single cell in your body. These clocks are found in nearly every tissue and organ. And not just in your body, biological clocks exist in almost all organisms including plants, fungi and bacteria. But new research is demonstrating that late night artificial light could activate the liver’s circadian clock, throwing rhythms out of balance.
Posted by Lipo Naturals on 1/1/2020 to News in Health