New Gluttony Drug Could Allow You To Eat Whatever You Want Without Gaining A Single Pound
People have spent decades searching for methods to combat weight gain. The process typically goes one of two ways: they find a renewed focus on diet and exercise, or they just throw caution to the wind and start knocking back diet pills like it’s nobody’s business. But it is those looking for the quick fix into the realm of the lean-and-mean that often end up getting their asses handed to them.
Anyone who has ever seen the film “Requiem for a Dream” knows that the mother’s amphetamine-induced quest to fit into her red dress doesn’t exactly have a happy ending. Even those seemingly harmless Stacker 2s and other low-rent varieties of trucker speed that people use to curb their appetites can, over time, take a person’s moderately attractive appearance and turn them into full-blown ghouls.
But let’s face it – neither approach to shedding pounds is ideal, at least not for the male persuasion. After all, we are big dumb beasts. Our life philosophy is written on a pizza box, and our theme song sounds a hell of a lot like a beer fart. So, trying to keep up appearances like we’re some health-conscious band of do-gooders who hits the gym every day, always eat their broccoli and only consumes the occasional light beer is more of a challenge than most us would care to admit.
Fortunately, science is onto a new development that could forever eliminate this problem for all of us.