Implications for effective diet drugs
Date: January 17, 2020
Source: Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan
Summary: A CALCR cell found in mice may stop feeding without subsequential nauseating effects, as well as influence the long term intake of food.
Ever eaten something, gotten sick and then didn't want to eat that food again because of how it made you feel? That's because a signal from the gut to the brain produced that sickness, creating a taste aversion.
Conventional wisdom renders there's one circuit in the brain that suppresses eating -- it comes from the stomach and makes you feel sick if you activate it too hard. Eating a portioned meal makes your body happy, though, even while stimulating a signal to the brain to stop eating, according to Michigan Diabetes Research Center's director, Martin Myers Jr., M.D. Ph.D. Read the full article at Science Daily >>>> https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/01/200117122115.htm