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Here's why obese people crave more for food


Here's why obese people crave more for food

New Delhi, Sept 5 (ANI): Have you ever wondered why obese people crave more for food? A new study reveals that food craving activates different brain networks between obese patients, indicating that the tendency to want food may be hard-wired into their brain. Researchers from the European College of Neuro-psycho-pharmacology have suggested that the brain mechanisms underlying obesity might be similar to those in substance addiction, and that treatment methodologies may be approached in the same way as other substance addictions such as alcohol or drug addiction.

According to sources, researchers said that there is an ongoing controversy over whether obesity can be called a food addiction, but in fact there is very little research which shows whether or not this might be true. They added that the findings of their study support the idea that the reward processing following food stimuli in obesity is associated with neural changes similar to those found in substance addiction.

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