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CRISPR is one of many new gene editing techniques scientists are using to bring about health improvements. In a new study, scientists used CRISPR to silence a gene that stores fat in mice, reducing their weight by a stunning 20 percent!
"Perhaps even more incredible is the mice in the study did not reduce food intake or increase exercise, and yet experienced this very significant reduction in fat storage."
https://www.studyfinds.org/skinny-genes ... e-in-mice/
NMN - 1 gram
Methyl Folate - 1,000mcg
Methyl B12 - 5,000mcg
PQQ - 20mg
Vitamin D3 & K2 - (D3 25mcg, K2 45mcg)
Creatine Monohydrate - 800mg
NAC - 600mg
Glycine - 1,000mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine - 500mg
CoQ10 - 100mg
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Skinny genes to fit into your: Skinny Jeans..
Taking into account a large percentage of the population do not do or like exercise, this could be another game changer.
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Interesting! This topic minded me of this Freakonomics radio episode I listened to the other day discussing the possibility of "the zero-minute workout" (taking a pill that mimics the effects of exercise): http://freakonomics.com/podcast/exercise/
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The future in health care is very bright and promising. So many breakthroughs and cures on the horizon.