When you are overcome by an addiction your brain levels change and cellular communication is compromised!
The Associated Press ran an article on a new study that looks at brain scans to determine why we are addicted to sugar and how it may be causing obesity. Our brains have an epigenetic trigger that rewards us for eating (pleasure). This trigger is not implemented when sugar is present. Thus we continue to eat causing weight gain.
- Scientists Say Fructose Changes Brain To Cause Overeating (consciouslifenews.com)
- Your brain on sugar: Study finds fructose may spur overeating (thestar.com)
- Brain image study: Fructose may spur overeating (sacbee.com)
- Fructose may spur overeating: Brain image study (todayonline.com)
- Fructose ‘may spur overeating’ (timesofmalta.com)
- Fructose May Spur Overeating: DNews Nugget (news.discovery.com)
- MRI shows fructose may spur overeating (news.com.au)
- Brain scans reveal what we already knew: fructose linked to overeating (sott.net)
- Fructose may trick your brain into overeating (todayhealth.today.com)
- Sugar may change the brain to cause overeating (sott.net)