After successful weight loss to take their own “fecal capsules”, can reduce the weight rebound after dieting? !

To lose weight is to be yourself, otherwise how can you be determined to hold your mouth and open your legs? But after spending a lot of effort to lose weight, there will still be a weight rebound, which is estimated to be a headache for many people. Today to introduce you to a trick, but also need to be more ruthless – eat their own slugs. Recently, Israeli scientists in clinical trials for the first time confirmed that dieting and exercise after successful weight loss faeces into capsules, can make some successful diet subjects weight rebound range.

In the 14-month trial, the most effective was the “Green Mediterranean Diet Group”, in which participants continued to take dung capsules during the rebound period, with a weight rebound of only about one-third of the control group, which was closely related to changes in the gut bacteria. The study was published in Gastroenterology.

Fecal transplant (FMT) thing, odd pastry pastry nagging quite a lot, like what to treat the difficult Thyrobacteria infection ah, regulate the immune system ah, and even treat some very difficult diseases, such as the previous time let Abe resign ulcerative colitis, Abe is said to have received such treatment.

Although the theoretical basis of these applications are different, but are based on fecal transplantation to regulate the role of gut microorganisms, then used to lose weight is also a matter of course, after all, the human body’s digestion and metabolism, are closely related to the intestines.

The clinical trial, conducted by Israeli scientists, also took into account the effects of different diets on the composition of enterobacteria, such as eating more fruits and vegetables and eating less meat, so the subjects were divided into three groups during the weight loss period: the Healthy Dietary Guidelines Group, the Mediterranean Diet Group and the Green Mediterranean Diet Group.

The so-called “green Mediterranean diet group” was based on a Mediterranean diet in which subjects drank 3-4 cups of green tea and a Mankai (a type of phytophytophytophytophylaxis) milkshake a day, and studies showed that Mankai had an effect on improving blood sugar and regulating anemia.

Haven’t tried the Mediterranean diet, have you? (Photo: Pixabay)

Regardless of which diet the subjects chose, they were guided to exercise at the same time to achieve the goal of losing 3.5 percent of their weight over six months, after which 90 subjects who reached the target submitted stool samples, which the researchers filtered and centrifuged into frozen, opaque, tasteless faeces capsules.

During the 8-14 months of the trial, the subjects were given a total of 100 faeces capsules (1 g each, about 100 grams) on the basis of adjusting their diet and exercise, and then assessed their weight rebound. To analyze the effects of different diets, the researchers also prepared animal experiments to validate the conclusions of human trials.

In terms of weight loss, the Effects of the Mediterranean Diet and the Green Mediterranean Diet were significantly better than those of the Dietary Guidelines Group (9 kg to 5.4 kg), but all three groups of subjects have since rebounded more than 30% of their weight loss. When it came to taking dung capsules, the subjects were very dependent, with 95.6% able to stick to them.

Subjects who took dung capsules had an overall weight rebound of 30.4%, which was better in value than the placebo group (40.6%), but did not achieve statistical differences. However, in groups, participants in the green Mediterranean diet who took dung capsules had a weight rebound rate of only 17.1 percent, well below the 50 percent in the placebo group.

The green Mediterranean diet group also had better changes in waist circumference and insulin levels than the other two groups after taking dung capsules.

Further analysis showed that the dung capsule retained the weight loss period in the green Mediterranean diet group, and the results of the mouse experiment confirmed the increase in common bacillus (Bacteroids vulgatus) and Alistipes putredinis, as well as microbial-related glucose transport pathflows.

“This study is the first to confirm that a relatively ‘ideal’ serving of gut microbes can be stored for later use to improve metabolism, and that the use of self-excrement bacteria can also address many of the barriers in practice and is expected to be used in the future for the treatment of other diseases,” said Ilan Youngster, author of the paper. “

So the magic of the brain hole is released again, the ideal state in the future, is not to set up a “dung bacteria bank”, so that people will be relatively healthy or weight loss success of the fecal bacteria storage, when extracted to make medicine? Well, the bank’s passbook or bank card has to be well designed.