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How Sugar and Fat Trick the Brain into Wanting More Food - Scientific American

Matthew Brien has struggled with overeating for the past 20 years. At age 24, he stood at 5′10′′ and weighed a trim 135 pounds. Today the licensed massage therapist tips the scales at 230 pounds and finds it particularly difficult to resist bread, pasta, soda, cookies and ice cream-especially those dense pints stuffed with almonds and chocolate chunks.


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