Scientists Work On Vaccine For Obesity, But What’s The Point?

Filed under: Study — @ August 1, 2006

Dr. Kim D. Janda from the Scripps Research Institute conducted a study where he injected lab rats with one of three vaccines that targets the ghrelin hormone levels to help stablize hunger.

The rats continued to eat the same amount of a disgusting low-carb, low-fat food blend and lost about 20-30 percent more weight than the control rats in the study.

The findings of this study will be published in advance of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week.

Scientists keep working on finding a vaccine or pill to solve the obesity problem, but what’s the point?

bq. How long have we been told about the great weight loss pills that are supposed to revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry and help the millions of overweight and obese people lose weight?! WHEN WILL THE MADNESS FINALLY END! If you are fat, then stop waiting on science to make you a pill to lose weight. It is time for you to find yourself an eating and exercise routine that you can stick with for the rest of your life and execute it. Why are we making weight loss so difficult?

Click here to read more about Dr. Janda’s study and why people who want to lose weight shouldn’t get too excited about this new obesity vaccine.


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