Has to work.
Despite more than 25 years of research on antiobesity drugs, few medications have shown long-term success. Now researchers reporting online on December 21 in the Cell Press journal Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism say that targeting taste sensors in the gut may be a promising new strategy.Given the amount of s**t that the gut has in it, it must like the taste.
The gut "tastes" what we eat -- bitter, sweet, fat, and savory -- in much the same way as the tongue and through the use of similar signaling mechanisms.
If more people ate s**t or food that tasted like s**t, it is likely that they would gain less weight or even lose!
Great approach researchers.
Now you are using your heads.
Or some other parts.