Fake Sugar Can't Fake Out the Brain

So you want to indulge in that sugar-coated doughnut because it tastes so sweet? You probably would want it just as much if it didn't taste sweet at all. Medical researchers at Duke University have found that the brain has a "sixth sense" for finding calories even if the taste for sweets is taken away. The research, published in a recent issue of the journal Neuron, is the latest in a long list of studies showing just how tricky the brain can be when it comes to shedding those extra...Full Story
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