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Friday, 12 June 2015

Regular soda, please: Hormone that differentiates sugar, diet sweeteners could exist in humans

If our brains work the same way, this helps explains why diet foods don't satiate or satisfy us, and we gain weight while dieting, she says. It's analogous to a person eating that entire sleeve of low-calorie cookies and the body telling her she's still hungry. She keeps snacking until she eats something with nutritional value that meets her energy needs.
Regular soda, please: Hormone that differentiates sugar, diet sweeteners could exist in humans -- ScienceDaily
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