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New Research On Appetite-Suppressing Bacteria Could Help Fight Obesity

Scientists already know that different kinds of gut bacteria -- those microbes inside our GI tracts that don't share our DNA yet are oh-so-integral to our health -- play crucial roles in breaking down our food, producing some vitamins and keeping harmful microbes at bay.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Similar appetite-suppressing compounds (oleylethavolamides or OEA) are made from oleic in the gut.  This is another good reason to consume monounsaturated fats.


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