Researchers have identified a protein called Sestrin that could help burn belly fat and potentially prevent diabetes.

Sestrin is produced naturally in the body during exercise and can mimic the effects of exercise even in the absence of physical activity.

The protein activates a pathway that helps to break down fat and sugar in the body.

Sestrin also helps to improve insulin sensitivity, which can help prevent diabetes.


The study was conducted on flies and mice, but the researchers believe the findings could be applicable to humans as well.

The researchers hope to develop a drug that can mimic the effects of Sestrin and help people burn fat and prevent diabetes.

The drug could be particularly beneficial for people who are unable to exercise due to physical limitations.

The findings could also lead to a better understanding of the link between exercise and health.

The study highlights the importance of regular exercise and a healthy diet in preventing obesity and diabetes.

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