- Nestle, the world's largest food company, is working on a potential drink that could help those with "limited mobility" achieve exercising benefits, Kei Sakamoto, a Nestle scientist, told Bloomberg.
- The scientists are researching natural resources they could use to possibly harness a compound, C13, and the enzyme AMPK, one that handles metabolism.
- "The enzyme can help people who can’t tolerate or continue rigorous exercise," Sakamoto added.
This concept of "exercise in a bottle" would most likely be welcome to those who cannot - or just don't - exercise. Soft drink companies have already committed to lowering calories, but this move by Nestle would certainly be a more swift effort if it indeed happens.