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Sugar’s Secret Pathway

Seems the body treats sugar differently to other similarly effective drugs.

Many who have tried to kick the sweet white crystals will tell you that “sugar addiction” is very real, and there are indeed neurological underpinnings that back them up. MIT researchers have now discovered that the pathways of the brain responsible for sugar addiction may differ from those which govern drug addiction and healthy eating, which could be a boon for studies and treatment of compulsive eating and obesity.
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By IAN HAMILTON

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