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"For obese Americans who are low on vitamin D, taking a supplement of the nutrient might help them lose weight, a new study suggests.
According to an Italian team, led by Luisella Vigna of the University of Milan, prior research has shown that vitamin D deficiency is associated with a higher risk of obesity and obesity-related complications.
However, studies on the use of vitamin Dsupplements to curb obesity have so far been inconclusive, the team said."
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"Watching when you eat, without necessarily changing what or how much, may yield big health benefits, including weight loss.
Although more research is needed, intriguing new findings in people and mice suggest that eating within a strict 8- to 12-hour time frame each day changes metabolism at the genetic level, lowering blood sugar and body weight, even without cutting calories.
Scientists think the changes may be powerful enough to lower the risks for cancer, heart disease, dementia, and diabetes."
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"The international police agency Interpol has issued a global alert about an illegal and potentially lethal drug used for dieting and bodybuilding.
The warning concerns "2,4-dinitrophenol" (DNP), a combination of compounds that increases body temperature and metabolic rate. Last month a British woman who'd taken pills containing DNP died. The drug also left a French man seriously ill.
DNP, which is also used as a raw material for explosives, is linked to other deaths too. It's highly toxic and causes side effects like hot, dry skin, excessive thirst, and an unusually fast heartbeat.
The drug is being sold on the Internet. It's usually sold in yellow powder or capsule form, but it's also available as a cream."
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"Researchers are warning consumers to avoid dietary supplements labeled as having the active ingredient Acacia rigidula.
The supplements claim to aid weight loss, boost energy, and sharpen attention. But about half of the 21 "natural" Acacia products tested by researchers contained a lab-made stimulant called BMPEA, which stands for beta-methylphenylethylamine."
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"Only two out of 32 major commercial weight-loss programs marketed nationwide -- Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig -- can boast scientific evidence showing their clients maintain weight loss for at least a year, the researchers found."
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"Preliminary research in a small number of men suggests that the "love hormone" oxytocin may reduce appetite, potentially turning it into a tool for weight loss.
The new study tested a synthetic nasal formulation of oxytocin, and found the hormone treatment reduced the number of calories that men consumed, especially calories from fatty foods.
"We are seeing early signs that oxytocin reduces how much food someone eats at a meal and improves the way their body handles blood sugar," said study lead author Dr. Elizabeth Lawson, assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston."
"There are some caveats to the study. The researchers didn't study if the men who ate less were hungrier later, and women weren't included, so there's no way to know how they might be affected."
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