obEase II

obEase II


Manages Fat Metabolism & Food Cravings


Product Description

obEase II (HoV-M4R/LIP)

Manages Fat Metabolism & Food Cravings

This product has been developed to combat excessive weight gain by targeting the genes MC4R and LIPE.

What do the MC4R and LIPE genes do?

Excessive weight gain is associated with the urge to over-eat. The hormone leptin suppresses the appetite. Therefore, for people with moderate excess weight, weight can be lost by up-regulating leptin production so that the urge to eat is reduced. Activation of the gene that encodes leptin however is not so effective in obese people because they already have excess leptin. That is because adipose or fat tissue secretes leptin. To help people with excessive weight gain, an alternative weight loss protocol has been developed. It works by targeting the genes MC4R and LIPE.

MC4R encodes the protein melanocortin 4 receptor. It is a G protein-coupled receptor that controls food intake. It also plays an important role in energy homeostasis.

Reduced activity of the MC4R gene is associated with a markedly increased appetite and development of excessive weight gain. This relationship has been confirmed in an experimental model in which MC4R activity was reduced artificially. Importantly, studies have confirmed that increased activity of MC4R leads to protection against excessive weight gain. For full review see Ref. 1.

LIPE encodes hormone sensitive lipase, also known as HSL. Its’ principal role is to break down fat stored in fat cells or adipose tissue when the body needs to call upon its fat reserves as a source of energy [2]. Dr. Large and colleagues have shown that fat cells in obese people have reduced expression of the LIPE gene [3], so that fat is retained more readily in adipose tissue and released less effectively as an energy source. Up-regulation of the LIPE gene, leading to greater LIPE activity enables stored fat to be broken down more readily, resulting in the reduction in adipose tissue.

Decreased activity of LIPE is also associated with male infertility, therefore promotion of LIPE activity helps to resolve male infertility [4].

1. Tao. The Melanocortin-4 Receptor: Physiology, Pharmacology, and Pathophysiology. Endocrine Reviews. (2010) 31; 506.
2. Langin et al., Adipocyte Lipases and Defect of Lipolysis in Human Obesity. Diabetes. (2005) 54: 3190.
3. Large et al., Decreased expression and function of adipocyte hormone-sensitive lipase in subcutaneous fat cells of obese subjects. J Lipid Res. (1999)40; 2059.
4. Vatannejad et al. Genetic variation of hormone sensitive lipase and male infertility. Syst Biol Reprod Med. (2011) 57,288.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Seek the advice of your physician before beginning any new products.

Key Points*

– Manages Fat Metabolism
– Natural DNA Solutions
– Enhancing Genetic Intelligence

Additional Information

Product Code

Volume (of 1 bottle)
50 mL (apprx 6 week supply)

Acidum Nucleicum M4R/LIP UHD at 10 -12
Ethanol (25%) in purified water

Directions For Use

Shake before use. Twice daily, add 8 drops to a little clean water. On a clean palate, rinse round mouth and swallow. More than one product can be taken in the same glass. Do not use if seal is broken. Keep product in original container.


Best stored at room temperature away from direct sunlight, excess heat, odors & children. Keep product in original container




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