WASHINGTON, D.C.- Being hungry is a part of life, but what if there was a new device that could actually trick your brain into thinking you’re not hungry?
We're talking about the Maestro Rechargeable System, which is the first new weight-loss device approved by the Food and Drug Administration in eight years.
Apparently, once the device is implanted in the abdomen, it sends electronic pulses that disrupt the stomach`s signals to the brain, telling the person that it's empty.
In the medical trial, patients with the implant lost 85 percent more weight than the control group. So weight-loss devices or not, kudos to everyone working hard to get healthy!