Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Advances for the Human Body in the Near Future (part 2)

It sounds like a fairy-tale, but the reality of an obesity-prevention drug isn't but a few years away. There are several such drugs already on the market, though they have been met with skepticism—people generally believe obesity is a problem of willpower instead of a medical condition. Not to mention that some of these drugs have serious side-effects, including an increased risk of having suicidal thoughts. However, new drugs are being developed that might allow us to eat whatever we want without weight gain. The drug will trick the body into reacting as if it has already consumed a full meal. By boosting adrenaline and neural serotonin, weight loss will be facilitated, regardless of how much food is being consumed! The food industry can't “weight!”

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