IN BLANKSTARE NEWS: Lose weight …wirelessly.


 Researchers from texas A&M University have just discovered, however, that they can mimic the surgery – using light. Yep, via a tiny, wireless implant, light can be used to trigger the nerve in the stomach that tells the brain that you're full.

Researchers from texas A&M University have just discovered, however, that they can mimic the surgery – using light. Yep, via a tiny, wireless implant, light can be used to trigger the nerve in the stomach that tells the brain that you're full.

If you’ve ever watched My 600-Lb Life you know that for people who suffer from morbid obesity, gastric bypass surgery is sometimes the only tool to aid in long-term weight loss. Researchers from texas A&M University have just discovered, however, that they can mimic the surgery – using light. Yep, via a tiny, wireless implant, light can be used to trigger the nerve in the stomach that tells the brain that you're full. That means with just a small implant, doctors could one day replace invasive surgery with a simple procedure and produce similar results.