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Pramlintide-A Boon to Restrain Fast Food Consumption

... exhibit a long-term switch to eating more healthy chow and less high-fat, high sugar food. Our findings illustrate that comprehensive, carefully conducted clinical studies can provide important new insights into how hormones help regulate human eating behavior, Weyer said. Often times, the food intake ...

Berries Boosts Brain Power: Study

...d diet of grain-based chow. A second group was fed chow with blueberry extract equal to one cup daily in humans. A third group was fed chow with strawberry extract equal to one pint daily in humans. After two months on the diets, half of...

Super Chow, Laced With Semi-Synthetic Vitamin E, Inhibited Spread of Cancer

...mically altered form of vitamin E mixed into mouse chow dramatically reduced spread of aggressive mammary ...the University of Arizona. Mice eating the super chow had a 4.8-fold reduction in the number of tumors that spread to the lungs, compared to control mice,...

Brain Protein Maybe Helpful in Curbing Obesity

...ealth magazine WebMD. First, the rats ate normal chow for four days. They were then made to go on a high-fat diet laced with lard. The rats also got a steady stream of a solution with or without TLQP-21 directly into their brains round the clock for two weeks. The rats that received TLQP-21 gained les...

Mental Health Benefitted by Eating Berries

...e WebMD. The first group of rats was given plain chow with no berries. The next group got the same chow mixed with strawberry extract. The third group got chow that was laced with blueberry extract. Fol...

Pet Project: Lifestyle Touch Ups for Senior Citizens and Their Beloved Pets

...ly owner has mistakenly purchased the wrong animal chow for a senior pet that might be on a health-restricted diet. Designers are also looking at the creation of incentive-based toys for senior pets that can deliver a treat following a prescribed interval of exercise and play," Dorsa said. Other ideas r...

Walnuts a source of the Anti –oxidant Hormone Melatoni

.... Researchers then fed either walnuts or regular chow to rats, after having restricted their diet prior to the study. Their serum melatonin levels and ‘total antioxidant power’ were measured. The walnuts were seen to increase blood melatonin concentrations threefold in the rats that ate them, compared w...

Cholesterol Mystery Solved By Nobel Laureates

...enes -– Insig1 or Insig2 in the liver. On a normal chow diet, the mice over accumulate cholesterol and fats in the liver, but levels of SREBP's and other SREBP target genes (molecules that sense cholesterol and regulate its synthesis) were not reduced. Normally, cholesterol intake reduces SREBP and the ge...

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