Scientists Discover Weight Loss Virus (Video)
2011 05 09

From: YouTube.com

"Rather than the usual build-up of white fat at the base of the tail, there were indicators that the rats were forming brown fat, which is much easier for the body to burn through than the stuff that usually builds up around our bellies."

But a writer for Tek-Bull is torn over the experiment. He thinks it has the potential to bea man-made disaster.

"No more running or working out, just sit at home and watch your body shed those pounds away.

Currently the virus is still under ’testing’ and its unclear as to when it will be tested in humans, but I think I can see a little bit of I am Legend in this story."


Video from: YouTube.com



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