Obesity has become a major concern around the world and researchers are examining genetic, physiological and environmental causes. Although, newer studies are evaluating dysfunction of the endocannabinoid systems involvement in the cause. Oleoylethanolamide (OEA) is a special type of lipid, structurally similar to anandamide, an endocannabinoid. OEA is involved in controlling appetite. Research shows that OEA helps promote fat metabolism stimulating fatty acid breakdown and uptake and also helping to control food intake. OEA has been shown to bring satisfaction from food consumption and control hunger. It is believed that OEA aids in helping individuals go for longer periods of time without hunger.
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