antiobesity

antiobesity

(ˌæntɪəʊˈbiːsɪtɪ)
adj
1. reducing or controlling obesity
2. acting against obesity
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A similar potential association was also reported for antiobesity drugs sibutramine and orlistat (6).
He said the balloon could also provide an alternative to antiobesity drugs and may be useful for people who have found that drugs do not work.
Of particular interest is its antiobesity effects demonstrated in animals and a human clinical trial, possibly mediated by activation of AMP-activated protein kinase.
Increase secretion of the antiobesity hormone adiponectin (23)
Antiobesity effect of Safoof Mohazzil, a polyherbal formulation, in cafeteria diet induced obesity in rats.
has received approval for the antiobesity agent VENESPRI (lorcaserin hydrochloride, U.
You can get the positive effects that you'd want in terms of antiobesity but not the negative ones that sometimes occur," says Robert Langer, the David H.
THE FOOD and Drug Administration (FDA) has ordered the recall of one batch of an antiobesity pill from the market due to failed assay results based on laboratory analyses.
There are several types of antiobesity drugs, ones that act as a lipase inhibitor, reducing the absorption of dietary fat, and another that claims to reduce food intake by producing a feeling of satiety.
In spite of the vastly reported prominent role of HCA in inducing satiety, reduced energy intake and weight gain, and improved blood parameters and substrate oxidation, controversial results regarding its efficacy and safety as an antiobesity dietary supplement had also been reported.
High-glycemic index carbohydrates abrogate the antiobesity effect of fish oil in mice," American Journal of Physiology--Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.