Gut hormone might help weight loss Add to ... CTV News Published Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 9:00AM EST Last updated Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 9:08AM EST A study finds giving overweight or obese patients a gut hormone that suppresses their appetite can also lead to weight loss, and reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels Watch More Video: Camping in Ontario? Here's what you need to know about rattlesnakes PETA protests handbags from Hermes Could bioengineered rhino horn save this endangered species from poachers? Four white lion cubs born in Crimean zoo Salma Hayek attends LA premiere with her mother and daughter Colombiamoda fashion expo kicks off in Medellin Victoria's Secret angels land in Times Square Mexicans make giant, 65-metre sandwich "Demolition" with Jake Gyllenhaal to launch 40th Toronto film festival 'Bachelorette' stars want to be a 'normal couple' 36 Hours in Siem Reap: Wind down and relax in this laid-back Cambodian river town Boy who lost limbs gets double hand transplant Jane Birkin doesn't want famous Hermes handbag named after her any more 'What Pet Should I Get?': Recently-discovered Dr. Seuss book hits shelves "Impossible" is the biggest magic show to hit London since the time of Harry Houdini World's oldest panda in captivity celebrates 37th birthday Cruise says new "Mission" film isn't just action, there's a story too 'We may never know' if Kanye mic-toss was staged: Pan Am CEO Hemingway look-alikes run with the bulls Is denim appropriate for the office? Comments AA More Related to this Story The key to fending off pounds Willpower's secret weapon? Sugar The hottest diet books of the season: Will one work for you?