On 12/11/2014 4:10 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org [EquineCushings] wrote:
Thank you so much, ladies, for your swift assurances that my gelding
is indeed not the outlier of leptin resistance that I fretted over.
He is, in fact, in good company it seems! :)
I find it very interesting that my 20yo mare--the quintessential IR
model whose fat pads have their own fat pads--had a leptin of only
4.19 at her highest, while my svelte gelding, who has many times been
mistaken for a Thoroughbred, is in perfect body condition w/o a trace
of any visible fat on him, yet has a leptin of >8.
My Tennessee Walker, Whiskey, has a leptin reading of 16.....I have not yet figured out how to lower it.
Elva and Angel Satin