I thought I had seen everything, and it is not even April Fools day. But apparently fecal matter transplanted from thin healthy people and put into obese pre-diabetics helps improve insulin sensitivity (http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2010/10/19/6914/transplanted-feces-from-thin-people-improve-insulin-sensitivity-in-people-with-pre-diabetes/).
Transplanted Feces from Thin People Improve Insulin Sensitivity in People with Pre-Diabetes
Oct 19, 2010
European researchers have reported that when they transplanted fecal matter from healthy thin people into obese people with pre-diabetes, the latter group's insulin sensitivity notably increased. (Insulin sensitivity is the body's ability to properly use the insulin hormone to regulate the amount of glucose in the bloodstream. Pre-diabetes exists when increasing resistance to insulin creates higher-than-normal blood sugar levels, a precondition to the onset of full-blown type 2 diabetes.)
I really don't know what was going through these peoples minds that gave them the idea to do this.