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Friday, May 22, 2015

Weight Loss Research: Thunder god vine potential obesity treatment ♦ Skipping meals linked to abdominal weight gain ♦ Potential obesity treatment targets

Potential obesity treatment targets the two sides of appetite: Hunger and feeling full Our bodies' hormones work together to tell us when to eat and when to stop. But for many people who are obese, this system is off-balance. Now scientists have designed a hormone-like compound to suppress hunger and boost satiety, or a full feeling, at the same time. Obese mice given the compound for 14 days had a tendency to eat less than the other groups.
Average-sized models could sell more fashion The fashion industry could benefit from using average-sized models rather than size zero in marketing campaigns.The study considered the impact of using average and zero-sized models in marketing campaigns.
Skipping meals linked to abdominal weight gain Skipping meals sets off a series of metabolic miscues that can result in abdominal weight gain. In the study, mice that ate all of their food as a single meal and fasted the rest of the day developed insulin resistance in their livers -- which scientists consider a telltale sign of prediabetes..
Thunder god vine used in traditional Chinese medicine is a potential obesity treatment An extract from the thunder god vine, which has a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine, reduces food intake and causes up to a 45 percent decrease in body weight in obese mice. The weight-loss compound, called Celastrol, produces its potent effects by enhancing the action of an appetite-suppressing hormone called leptin..
Obesity, weight loss change splicing pattern of obesity, type 2 diabetes genes Alternative splicing of obesity and type 2 diabetes related genes may contribute to the pathophysiology of obesity, according to research. Obesity leads to changes in the splicing pattern of metabolically relevant genes such as TCF7L2 and INSR, resulting in impaired insulin action. However, weight loss, induced by either obesity surgery or a very low-calorie diet, reverses these changes

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