Obesity hinders brain recognition of nutrient signals

obesity hinders nutrient recognition by the brain
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Recent research has demonstrated that obesity impairs the mechanisms that allow our brains to realise when our stomachs are full and that these changes are maintained despite dieting, giving insights into why it is difficult for obese people to avoid excessive eating and why there is often a yo-yo effect after dieting.

It has been long known that a failure to appropriately respond to satiety signals is related to obesity and disordered eating. If you want to learn what this new study found, read the full article at MappingIgnorance.org

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