Dr. Orien Tulp's Paper on Nonshivering Thermogenesis Published

Dr. Orien Tulp, the founder and president of the University of Science, Arts and Technology in Montserrat, is proud to announce the recent publication of his paper on nonshivering thermogenesis

DENVER, April 21, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dr. Orien Tulp, the founder and president of the University of Science, Arts and Technology in Montserrat, is proud to announce that his paper on nonshivering thermogenesis has been published in MedCrave.

The publication, dedicated to providing unrestricted access to unique scientific material for scholars, reporters, and enthusiasts worldwide, by Dr. Orien Tulp titled "Nonshivering thermogenesis revisited: sympathetic and non-sympathetic contributions" was published on February 27.

In the paper, Dr. Orien Tulp discusses the thermogenic effects of diet and the environment that contribute to the modulation of the metabolic rate and elements of energy expenditure and energy balance in man and animals.

"Nonshivering thermogenesis refers to an increase in metabolic heat production that isn't associated with any muscle activity," Dr. Orien Tulp explained. "It mainly refers to metabolism increasing in brown fat, though it can be detected in white fat, the liver, brain and skeletal muscles as well."

One of the main focuses of the paper was being able to discriminate between the origins of various thermogenic mechanisms to determine the relative contributions of obligatory and adaptive processes. Discovering the relative contributions of each could be potentially significant in weight management protocols and dietary planning.

To come to the conclusions in the paper, Dr. Orien Tulp used the highly palatable Café feeding diet approach, which is often used to induce overfeeding and stimulate the adaptive process of diet-induced thermogenesis, or DIT, in normally lean and obese strains of rodents. This has been done because it's proven to be a method that's both reliable as well as reproducible.

The overall goal of the review was to approximate this qualitative distribution between the two primary factors that are linked to the physiologic process that results in the expression of diet-induced thermogenesis in a normally lean phenotype of rat.

Dr. Orien Tulp is proud of the fact that he was able to study nonshivering thermogenesis and share the findings of his study through a paper published on MedCrave.

"Nonshivering thermogenesis is an important area to study for overall diet, nutrition, obesity, and weight management," Dr. Orien Tulp said. "Hopefully, the findings of this paper can help influence future studies on the topic."

Dr. Orien Tulp, a career military veteran, earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. from the University of Vermont. He followed that up by completing post-graduate studies at the Clinical Research Center of the University of Vermont College of Medicine. His studies, which were sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, focused on nutrition, endocrinology, and metabolism.

He has served in academic and leadership roles throughout his entire career, including serving as a professor at Drexel University in Philadelphia. For over 20 years, Dr. Orien Tulp has worked at the University of Science, Arts and Technology in Montserrat.

About Dr. Orien Tulp

Dr. Orien Tulp, founder and President of the University of Science, Arts and Technology, is a distinctive professor, author, and researcher in the field of medicine. He is also a military veteran and recipient of the Legion of Merit award. Dr. Tulp has conducted extensive research on obesity and is a contributor to many academic journals. A dedicated volunteer, he has participated in hundreds of humanitarian medical missions.

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