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Obesity And THC: Potential Relationships

In this article we will explore the potential relationship between THC and weight loss. While THC tends to increase appetite, cousin compounds of THC counteracts this effect and may be helpful in losing weight. The article will also discuss which THC is most effective for weight loss. Several THC have been linked to a lower risk of obesity. Those that are sedentary may benefit from taking Northern Lights.

Cannabinoids In Marijuana May Help You Lose Weight

A 2015 study published in the American Journal of Medicine found that people who smoked THC had a smaller waist circumference than those who didn’t. Researchers also found that THC users had lower fasting insulin levels, which are a precursor to diabetes.

Another study published in 2020 examined the effects of THC on the risk of diabetes in chronic hepatitis-C patients. These findings are in line with the general idea that THC helps people lose weight.

THC Increases Appetite

While there has been a great deal of speculation about the effects of different THC on weight loss and obesity, no specific study has proven this. Some people report that regular THC use leads to reduced body weight and smaller waist circumference.

Others report that THC increases their hunger and the “munchies.” This article will explore the possible relationships between different THC and weight loss. And since THC is still widely illegal in many states, these studies should be taken with a grain of salt.

Other Compounds Associated With THC Suppresses Appetite

There are a number of studies pointing to possible connections between certain THC strains and obesity. Some of these studies have focused on the effect of high CBD strains, or cannabidiol, on appetite.

In general, other compounds are associated with increased brown fat, which is more active than white fat and burns calories. Additionally, the browning process is beneficial to health because it promotes thermogenesis, which helps the body burn more calories.

Other CompoundsCounteracts Appetite-Boosting Effects Of THC

While many people associate THC with munchies, there are a number of benefits to CBD, including its ability to curb appetite. CBD is said to reduce symptoms of nausea and vomiting, both of which can be related to health conditions, certain medications, or medical treatments. It may also reduce nausea associated with cancer treatments.

CBD may also help regulate the digestive system and stimulate appetite by reducing the symptoms of indigestion and constipation.

THC Reduces Insulin

A recent study of D9-THC found that it increased fasting plasma glucose concentration and insulin release. This compound has potential as a therapeutic agent for diabetes associated with obesity.

The substance improved glucose tolerance in genetically obese ob/ob mice and increased insulin sensitivity in DIO mice. It also reduced body fat content. The results were promising, but the effects of D9-THC are still unknown.

THCV Reduces Type II Diabetes Risk

THCV, or thapsigargin, is an effective treatment for obesity and type II diabetes. A double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in 62 adults found that supplementation with THCV decreased fasting blood glucose, one of the primary issues in Type II diabetes.

Although animal studies have indicated that THCV can reduce blood sugar levels, a rigorous human trial demonstrated promising results.

Exercise Enjoyment

One study found potential relationships between THC and physical activity. Cannabis girl scout cookies strains users who enjoyed physical activity had lower BMI and were younger. The average age of users was 36.3 years; those who did not exercise had an average age of 43.1 years.

The exercise group was predominantly male; females comprised 42.8% of the total study sample. However, this study did not find a relationship between THC and physical activity.

Preclinical Studies Of Cannabis On The Developing Brain

Animal models are a key component of preclinical THC research. These studies are able to replicate changes in gene expression, cortical rewiring, and molecular changes in humans after THC exposure.

Such animal studies may provide valuable insights into how THC affects the developing brain. Further, these studies can mimic the effects of THC exposure on the human psyche. For example, if THC causes increased anxiety in young adults, it is unlikely that the same effects occur in adult THC users.

Jess Shaver
Jess Shaver
Online Entrepreneur. Successfully running and operating multiple eCommerce ventures, in between writing about it all.

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