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How does the brain respond to sweet food?

Researchers examined the link between parental weight status and teenage eating behaviors with the risk of developing obesity in adulthood.Current research on obesity shows...

Sweet food: Does how much we eat affect how much we want?

In a recent study, researchers reviewed existing data to determine if the consumption of sweet food influences the desire to consume more sweet food.High-sugar...

Can we control our food cravings?

Are food cravings caused by genetics or are they a case of mind over matter? Researchers recently reviewed food craving interventions to determine if...

Are sugar-sweetened drinks increasing your risk of type 2 diabetes?

A new study determined if fructose from sweetened drinks increased the risk of type 2 diabetes compared to other fructose-containing foods.Type 2 diabetes is...

Food choices and obesity: Individuals should lower energy intake at dinner 

It is important to understand how food choices affect energy intake and weight loss strategies. Researchers recently determined the food choices of overweight and...

Added sugar in sweet drinks may increase risk of prostate cancer

A recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition examined whether added sugars can affect prostate cancer risk.Little information is known about how...

Stress during pregnancy may lead to unhealthy food choices

Published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, researchers tailored a mindfulness approach to helping tackle overeating and stress during pregnancy.Pregnancy is a huge milestone and...

Eating more high-fat and high-sugar foods can increase food addiction

A recent study investigated food addiction symptoms their connections to obesity, eating patterns, and abnormal eating behaviour.Obesity is quickly becoming a global epidemic with...

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