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Applying a cream containing nitric oxide to the skin of the overfed mice had the same effect of curbing weight gain as exposure to UV light, the team found.
The researchers gave overfed mice oleoylethanolamine injections and found that the mice had a dopamine surge when fat reached the gut, ate less and lost weight.
All female offspring then were divided into four groups of nine to 12 animals each: (1) non-BPA-exposed controls that received a normal diet, (2) BPA-exposed offspring that received a normal diet, (3) overfed, obese controls and (4) overfed, obese BPA-exposed offspring.
PROJECT Killingworth Lake which has been plagued by overfed swans and geese
Leaving each unit will be a mixture of saturated vapor produced by absorbing heat from the refrigeration loads and saturated liquid that was overfed. The two-phase mixture is carried back to the same pumped recirculator vessel through the "recirculated liquid return" or "wet suction return." The recirculator vessel separates overfed liquid from vapor and liquid falls to the bottom of the vessel to be pumped back out to the evaporators while the saturated vapor is directed to the compressors through the "dry suction" line.
The present study was designed to elucidate the correlation between LPL activities, expression of LPL in different tissues and measured plasma parameters including triacylglycerol (TG) concentrations, glucose and insulin in control and overfed geese of the Landes and Sichuan white breeds.
Then, when warming soil makes many more nutrients available, you find that you have overfed your plants.
A BORDER collie ended up weighing more than six stone after his owner overfed him and kept him cooped up in a flat.
But I suspect that the ducks of Sefton Park are actually overfed, gobbling up many loaves of bread.
Dr Adam Drewnowski, (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT) director of the Center for Public Health Nutrition at University of Washington said: "We are an overfed but undernourished nation ...
The Times notes that an obesity epidemic among evermore-sedentary and overfed dogs mirrors that among humans.
Obviously this poor specimen has been seriously overfed, perhaps by the tourists: is this another effect of over-commercialisation?