Nestle’s scientist developing tonic to become fit without excerise

November 23, 2014 11:39 PM

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Nestle’s scientist developing tonic to become fit without excerise

Among the popular, new wave of food and health consciousness, old age presents a tense conflict of desire versus reality for the aging. The aging, similar to patients who are obese, diabetic, and ill, have trouble maintaining energy levels. Healthy foods are no substitute for regular physical exercise. It is well known that burning energy and contracting muscles elongate lifespan and boost confidence, however, the more hormonal cells are negatively affected, the more the body’s energy levels slow down. Time looks toward science for answers, and thankfully, Nestlé provides a reply.

Nestlé, the leading health food and beverage industry giant, based in Switzerland, has its scientists working to uncover a way to stimulate the enzyme that regulates metabolism, so that the process of energy burning after food consumption can be balanced. The enzyme is called AMPk. At the Nestlé Ins...

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