Slendesta[R] is an all-natural ingredient that promotes the body's release of cholecystokinin, a peptide that makes a person feel fuller.
What does CCK stand for?
CCK stands for Cholecystokinin
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We have 58 other meanings of CCK in our Acronym Attic
- Centre Culturel Jean Vilar (French: Jean Vilar Cultural Center)
- Centre Culturel Juif de Villeurbanne (French: Villeurbanne Jewish Cultural Center; Villeurbanne, France)
- Club des Collectionneurs de Jeux Vidéo du Québec (French: Quebec Video Game Collectors Club; Quebec, Canada)
- Christian Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
- Crown-Congress Joint Working Party (New Zealand)
- Cabinet de Conseil Karaj (French; law and tax consultancy; Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Cancer Center for Kids (Mineola, NY)
- Centre de Calcul Khawarizmi (French: Khawarizmi Computing Center; Tunisia)
- Chair Command Kill
- Choa Chu Kang (Singapore)
- Christian Council of Korea (South Korea)
- Church Of Christ the King (Brighton, UK)
- Ciudad Cultural Konex (Spanish: Konex Cultural City, Argentina)
- Client Customization Kit
- Cocos-Keeling Island (airport and country code)
- Color Clock
- Communications Commission of Kenya
- Complementary Code Keying (RF modulation)
- Content Construction Kit (Drupal)
- Conti Comfort Kit (tire air compressor)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Interestingly, the immune system was using the hormone cholecystokinin, which usually stops feeding during daily meals to cause a reduction in weight and fat deposits.
SolaThin is a pure potato protein extract consisting of several low molecular weight proteins, including protease inhibitor PI-2, PI-2 enables the release of cholecystokinin (CKK), a naturally occurring peptide shown to produce a feeling of gastric fullness, and thereby helping reduce food consumption.
9780789028921 Cholecystokinin and its antagonists in pain management.
National Office of Statistics May 2002 Breast milk contains a hormone called cholecystokinin (CCK), which induces sleepiness in mother and baby
Eating fat-rich foods causes cells in the small intestine to produce a hormone called cholecystokinin, or CCK, which can even protect against potentially lethal bacteria.
The study focused on the hormone called cholecystokinin (CCK), which is in the small intestines.