Fighting obesity with thermal imaging
Obesity research positive
With 150 million children effected worldwide by obesity and within the UK child obesity has doubled in the past 20 years, it is clear that more research has to be conducted in this area.
The university of Nottingham have developed a scanning system which works on body heat and is used to locate brown fat cells. It is known that brown fat cells are used for energy and release more heat then white fat cells which are used for storage. So by developing this scanner it will give researchers a better indication on how certain nutrition & exercise can break down brown fat cells quicker and more effectively
This thermal process could be used within further research in the effects of HCG.
Sourced from medical news