Imaginary Meal Pill
Watch video of Fexaramine – Imaginary Meal Pill Tricks Mice Into Losing Weight below. Could an ‘imaginary meal’ pill solve the obesity crisis? Scientists Want To Trick The Gut Into Burning Fat Without Food. They say a drug that’s been effective in mice acts like an “imaginary meal” in the body.
Ronald Evans, director of the Salk Institute’s Gene Expression Laboratory, has developed a compound called fexaramine. This medicine perfectly acts like an imaginary meal. He hopes fexaramine -Imaginary Meal Pill, which tricks the body into burning fat as if it has consumed calories.
This property will lead to an effective obesity and diabetes treatment in humans. “One of the ‘miracles’ of this drug is that it doesn’t require you to restrict calories”. Note that this only affects your body’s use of fat, rather than your stomach’s uptake of food; Fexaramine – Imaginary Meal Pill isn’t an appetite suppressant. This is called “fake meal” which has all the fat-burning qualities of a steak dinner with none of the fat-creating qualities of a steak dinner.
Human trials are already well on the way, though, mostly because of the fact that Fexaramine – Imaginary Meal Pill stays in the gut. The drug is being floated as a way to fight extreme obesity, as an alternative to a gastric bypass, and also as a way to combat type II diabetes. If a pill could cure obesity, would we still have any motivation to live a healthy lifestyle?