obesity

Could psychedelics change a damaged relationship with food and the body?

Psychedelic studies are underway for the potential treatment of Eating Disorders and obesity For the duration that humans have been alive, our relationship to food has changed, from one of survival, to one encompassing nutrition, satiation, indulgence, therapy, and even neglect. Add to that a complicated relationship with our bodies or body image, and you …

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Hoodia: A Case Study on the Difficulties in Commercializing a Potential Anti-Obesity Plant

By Sandra Nomoto Despite a Decade’s Worth of Research and Marketing, the Science Remains Inconclusive on the Appetite-Suppressing Mechanism Behind Hoodia Hoodia (Hoodia gordonii) is a succulent also known as Bushman’s hat and Kalahari cactus, because it grows in the Kalahari Desert of southern and southeastern Africa. Its flowers have a putrid smell, and are …

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