Oreos Just As Addictive As Cocaine, Study Finds

Researchers measured lab rats' brain stimulation when eating cookies and being injected with drugs.
1:14 | 10/16/13

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It turns out that eating all those -- -- is just as addictive as cocaine at least for lab rats researchers found that -- formed an eagle dependency on Oreo -- as they did when they were injected with cocaine they also found that eating the chocolate he treats activated more neurons in the brain's pleasure center -- -- drugs. And they say just like many humans the rats tend to eat that creamy filling. For I love it to rats want to be mutually personally -- didn't help out yeah we did admit to everybody that we -- We're literally having this conversation yesterday during a commercial break he -- is an alternative -- control. About how much. I don't sleep -- Orioles don't have one. Explain I think -- aluminum components and you have to done right I mean good without -- but it's like. -- when he learns what really is terrible about our staff here not only did they give us. Accident Gloria -- to crack losing her women supposed to be kicking cocaine they get the double double stuffed Horry. But what which. We just read that the lab rats go for the dog for the -- part anyway so that means that we're gonna go for the inside he deeply into the you do that you can do that. So don't waste into it and the few days go right to crack down on TV secondly right now but he -- -- -- -- -- --

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