Protein may aid in diabetes, obesity management

08/9/2011 | Toronto Sun

The protein nesfatin-1 helped reduce food intake and increase fatty acid oxidization and use of stored fat in rats, a study found. The findings in the journal Endocrinology suggest that the protein may help obese patients and those with type 2 diabetes lose weight and keep their appetite and blood glucose levels under control, experts said.

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