From: Jeff Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Fat is stored in cells, and released when needed, right?
>Logically there is a biochemical situation which signals that
>Doesn't it seem logical that the fat so released is, at least
>temporarily, in the bloodstream?
>If this process was understood more precisely, might it not be
>(1) artificially signal the fat cells to release the fat, then
>(2) divert the blood to a circuit outside the body, where the fat
>could be separated (perhaps by centrifuge) and removed?
Twice a month I donate platelets which has the temporary effect of
lowering your cholesterol. So perhaps if we discover the right
trigger chemical this would induce people to give regularly.
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