Cheese Holes & “Imaginary Meals”

By Science & Food | June 4, 2015 10:00 am

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As it turns out, the holes in Swiss cheese may be from hay particles found in milk, say Swiss scientists. Also, scientists in California have developed a diet drug called Fexaramine, which may trick the digestive system into burning fat without food.

Swiss Scientists Plug Hole in Cheese Knowledge – The Guardian

Scientists Want To Trick The Gut Into Burning Fat Without Food – NPR: The Salt

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