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Brown adipose tissue is able to secrete factors that activate fat and carbohydrate metabolism

Brown adipose tissue – the main organ generating heat in the body -- is also an endocrine organ that secretes signaling factors that activate the fat and carbohydrates metabolism, report scientists.
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