wright2018's Journal, 24 April 2018

Sorry as I tried to paste some research on LEPTIN which I thought was pretty wild to view.

Here is a research comparison of a mouse unable to produce leptin, resulting in obesity, constant hunger, and lethargy (left), and an active normal weight mouse (right) performed by a laboratory in 2015.....

Thanks Again ! I look forward to speaking with you....

Diet Calendar Entry for 24 April 2018:
1563 kcal Fat: 61.01g | Prot: 70.84g | Carb: 198.24g.   Breakfast: Scrambled Egg, Baby Spinach, Tomatoes, Water. Lunch: Nature Made Vitamin B-12, Nature Made Turmeric Curcumin (Nature Made), Centrum Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplement, Water, Banana, Strawberries, Baby Spinach, Simple Truth Organic Fat Free Milk, Frozen Ice Cubes, Blackberries, Walnuts. Dinner: Veggie Noodle Co. Zucchini Spirals, Laura's Lean Beef 96% Lean Ground Beef, Meat Filled Tortellini with Tomato Sauce, Mushrooms, Tomato Sauce, Mixed Salad Greens, Ranch Salad Dressing, Unsweetened Iced Tea. Snacks/Other: Campbell's SpaghettiO's with Meatballs, Almonds, Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich, Banana, Strawberries, Baby Spinach, Blueberries, Simple Truth Organic Fat Free Milk, Frozen Ice Cubes. more...
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Has your research come across ways of regulating the leptin hormone? 
25 Apr 18 by member: NowIunderstand
@nowiunderstand, Still researching more on the the regulation of Leptin, if I should happen across it I will post....thanks for taking the time to read about it..... Hope your doing well, haven't spoken with you in awhile ----but your probably busy! Wishing you great results.... 
25 Apr 18 by member: wright2018
Who gave you my picture?  
25 Apr 18 by member: Steven Anthony
@stevenanthony, Nice Joke, but I know you can't be that bad off......Hope all is working out for you.....Keep me posted on your progress....I like meeting persons and checking in from time to time..... 
25 Apr 18 by member: wright2018
Interesting.. Just read a little about it (and the relation to ghrelin) and the only real conclusion I came away with is this quote from the introductory level article... "Metabolic endocrinology appears to be only slightly more complicated than a nuclear reactor and brain surgery combined" (not to mention throwing mental/emotional factors into the mix). Really reinforces the fact that there is no one size fits all silver bullet and one really has to find a mix of approaches that works for you as individual then constantly tweak that approach as your body changes it's reaction. Please do post more as you come across stuff... feeds my inner science nerd nicely :) 
25 Apr 18 by member: JLente
Well, I am sill not as perfectly round as the left mouse, but I am working on it :) 
25 Apr 18 by member: Ingria
@ingria, thanks for the joking comment, I wish you well on your self discovery. @jlente, thanks for taking time to read---your right the leptin does factor into ghrelin and does get super complex. I will be posting a few more links to this topic area which delves into ghrelin, insulin resistance, T factors, obesity, sex drive, appetite/hunger, and more...I was amazed at how much is involved with leptin levels--- I will post about 4 of them shortly....2 of which goes into amazing depth, so you may need a coffee or two if your one to get bored. It is eye opening and gave me some conceptual ideas I may try..... 
25 Apr 18 by member: wright2018
On a serious note, there is a good book ‘You on a Diet’ by Dr Michael Roizen and the now infamous Dr Mehmet Oz. I am sure there is some new information on the topic as my edition is several years old, but some solid information on ghrelin, leptin and the company. Do not recall them trying to sell anything so safe to read. Please post links if you find anything interesting. One of the best things about FS is our ability to share useful information with each other. 
25 Apr 18 by member: Ingria


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