The world’s first diet control slimming clamp developed by researchers at the University of Otago
- Scientists have developed a weight loss device that has magnets attached to it.
- As a result, the person cannot open their mouth very wide and therefore cannot eat solid things.
- It is said to be the world’s first device of its kind made with magnets.
There is good news for people with weight gain problems. Scientists have developed a weight loss device that has magnets attached to it. As a result, a person cannot open their mouth very wide and therefore cannot eat solid things. In a sense, the human mouth is completely blocked. It is said to be the first device of its kind in the world.
To fight obesity around the world, a team of researchers from the University of Otago in New Zealand and the UK developed this magnet-based device. Its name is the DentalSlim diet control device, which is placed on the top and bottom of the tooth with the help of a dentist. It uses magnets that are equipped with specially designed locking bolts.
Loss of 6.36 kg in two weeks
After placing the device in their mouth, that person can only open their mouth by 2 mm. This allows you to only eat liquids. After installing this magnetic device, a person can speak and breathe easily. During the study, patients equipped with this device lost 6.36 kg in just two weeks.
These people are very happy with this weight loss method and are now pursuing it. Lead researcher Professor Paul Brunton said the device was very effective, safe and accessible to all people with obesity. This device can be installed with the help of a dentist and easily removed by that person in an emergency.
65 million rupees of the people are obese
This device can be installed and removed multiple times. He said that people cannot control their diet so it will not reduce their obesity. The feeding can be controlled via a magnetic device. Around two billion people worldwide are overweight. At the same time, 65 million million people are victims of obesity.
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