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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Targeting Taste Receptors in the Gut May Help Fight Obesity

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.

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.
Given the amount of s**t that the gut has in it, it must like the taste.

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.

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