22 May 2013


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Melbourne University’s Molecular Obesity Laboratory group at Austin Health discovered that the liver apparently is capable of “talking” directly to the brain, and telling it when it is time to cut down on food intake.

It does this via an enzyme called FBPase which, after high fat food, triggers a number of hormones that influence the control of appetite. The hormones triggered by the enzyme reduced genes in the brain associated with weight gain. However, FBPase only acts to help control weight when the body is subject to excessive fatty nutrients. Under normal dietary circumstances, it does nothing to control weight gain.

It pays to take care of your liver with herbs, eg. Milk Thistle, Bupleurum, Dandelion Root and Schisandra.

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