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Thermogenin

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Why brown fat makes you thin
But in 2012 scientists at the Harvard Medical School discovered yet another type of fat - beige fat – which may perform a similar function to brown fat because it contains the same key protein molecule thermogenin (UCP1) that burns energy. Studies with ...
Bird Flight Might Have Started With Legs, Not Wings
Newman's research shows that all birds and reptiles lack a single gene that codes for a protein called UCP1 or, with a nod to its function, thermogenin.
The healing power of olive leaf
Oleuropein also appears to increase the body's production of thermogenin, a substance that helps us to burn fat more efficiently. In early studies, oleuropein demonstrated blood pressure-lowering properties.
Olive leaf oil exhibits impressive health benefits
Oleuropein also appears to increase the body's production of thermogenin, a substance that helps us to burn fat more efficiently. In early studies, oleuropein demonstrated blood pressure-lowering properties.
Female Marine Tells Fox & Friends That Women Should Not Serve In Combat Role
A female U.S. Marine appeared on Fox & Friends on Monday where she said that a combat role for women in the armed services would be dangerous for both those women and the military.

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