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    Biotin Suppresses Food Intake

    Biotin augments acetyl CoA carboxylase 2 gene expression in the hypothalamus, leading to the suppression of food intake in mice. - PubMed - NCBI It is known that biotin prevents the development of diabetes by increasing the functions of pancreatic beta-cells and improving insulin sensitivity...
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    Bromocriptine Is Anti-obesity Agent & Reduces No Synthesis

    Given the role of NO in endotoxin-inflammation-obesity axis, reducing NO synthesis would probably explain a good deal of bromocriptine's anti-obesity, anti-diabetic, and anti-cancer activity. If alpha-adrenergic "receptor" agonism was the main beneficial mechanism in bromocriptine's anti-obesity...
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    Vitamin A Is A Powerful Anti-obesity Agent By Lowering Cortisol

    I know some people on the forum struggle with high cortisol, as well as its accompanying side effects such as weight gain, muscle loss, etc. It looks like vitamin A may be able to help, and it can do so even in people with Cushing disease whose cortisol levels are VERY high. Here is some info on...