July 22, 2013
Researchers from the Scripps Research Institute (SRI) have created a chemical synthetic compound that mimics the body’s reaction to exercise. The idea is that obese individuals would be injected with the serum and they would lose weight, their cholesterol would improve and all of this without having to change their diet.
The compound is called REV-ERB. It consists of a protein that is naturally occurring in the body and controls circadian rhythms and biological clocks.
Should the body exercise rigorously, the protein increases by amount and influence of mitochondria.
REV-ERB would be injected and cause cells to create new mitochondria – effectively mimicking the response to exercise and taking in more oxygen, thereby increasing energy output.
The US Census Bureau’s American Time Use Survey (ATUS) states that Americans are exercising more often than they did 4 decades ago; however that practice is not alleviating the obesity rates within the US.
REV-ERB is being sold as the perfect response to those who are too busy to exercise; saving time and money and getting back time wasted at the gym or going for a run in the park.
Psychologically, those taking REV-ERB would feel better knowing that they are still getting the benefits of exercise without spending the time to make sure their body is in optimum health.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over 700,000 children are injured during physical education in school. Mainstream media (MSM) suggests that popping a pill would save trips to the emergency room.
The SRI collaborated with the Pasteur Institute and other academic institutions to test REV-ERB.
Lab mice given the serum showed measureable disabilities in having diminished endurance and few mitochondria produced. They also reached exhaustion quickly when placed on a treadmill.
Another study published nearly simultaneously warns that attempts to replicate the findings of the first study were dangerous because high levels of the REV-ERB were needed to reproduce the results.
This made the use of REV-ERB toxic which would cause other under-noticed health issues.
As population reduction, in all its covert forms, begins to litter the landscape of mainstream media, overweight teenagers are being classified as having lower IQ simply because of their size, according to a new study. This blanket determination called the “metabolic syndrome” suggests that obesity in children is linked to their brain function and cognitive capacity. Simply put: fat kids are stupid.
The study asserts that MRI scans revealed that differences in the brain structure among overweight children are significant when compared to other children. Dr. Antonio Convit, lead author, correlated his findings with other psychiatrists, as well as worked in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to concoct a proactive diagnosis that could label children with metabolic syndrome under five “warning signs”:
• Abdominal obesity
• Low cholesterol
• High triglycerides
• High blood pressure
• Pre-diabetic levels of insulin resistance
Convit wants to use these methods to develop a classification for overweight children in America so that the psychiatric industry can work together with the pharmaceutical corporations to develop drugs. He estimates that 54% of American teenagers are overweight or obese and that 40% struggle with weight-challenges based on metabolic syndrome.
Some of the classification criteria during the study indicated the test subject’s economic background, ethnicity, gender, and place of residence.
The SRI works with the US government through institutions like the National Institute of Medicine. Their medical endeavors extend to researching vaccinations to treat addiction, HIV/AIDS, H1N1, Obesity, cancer synthesis and polio.
The founder of SRI, Ellen Browning Scripps (EBS), was a eugenicist, in-conjunction with the E.W. Scripps Company. EBS focused research on understand human metabolic rates with the inception of the Scripps Metabolic Clinic.